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jq is a lightweight and flexible command-line JSON processor.
"jq is like sed for JSON data - you can use it to slice and filter and map and transform structured data with the same ease that sed, awk, grep and friends let you play with text."
json  unix  javascript  processor  sed 
february 2016 by ebouchut
Mactracker - Get Info on any Mac
"Mactracker provides detailed information on every Apple Macintosh computer ever made, including items such as processor speed, memory, optical drives, graphic cards, supported Mac OS versions, and expansion options. Also included is information on Apple mice, keyboards, displays, printers, scanners, digital cameras, iPod, Apple TV, iPhone, iPad, Wi-Fi products, Newton, iOS and OS X versions."
mac  hardware  model  characteristic  memory  processor  device  version  directory  list  iphone  ipad  macbook  apple  product  reference  headware  computer  information  application  find  search  configuration  settings 
october 2012 by ebouchut
EXSLT - Extensions to XSLT
EXSLT is a community initiative to provide extensions to XSLT. The extensions are broken down into a number of modules, listed below. We are trying to encourage the implementers of XSLT processors to use these extensions, so that your stylesheets can be more portable. If your XSLT processor doesn't support a particular extension, you can download packages that you can use to provide functions or templates for your stylesheets.
XSL  XSLT  extension  library  stylesheet  processor  PHP  add-on  programming  learn 
july 2010 by ebouchut
The JSR-133 Cookbook
waiting loads or speculatively executed instructions. These effects may lead to further interaction among caches, main memory and other processors. But there is nothing in the JMM that mandates any particular form of communication across processors so long as stores eventually become globally performed; i.e., visible across all processors, and that loads retrieve them when they are visible.
JSR  133  JMM  java  memory  mangement  volatile  monitor  synchronized  compiler  multiprocessor  atomic  barrier  synchronization  concurrency  thread  performance  deadlock  multi  processor  DCL  double-checked-locking 
november 2008 by ebouchut

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