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Dump a Terdata database to MySQL

over 3 years ago | Chris Parker: Quick bits from Chris

I wrote this a while back.  I had a Teradata database, but didn’t want to have to keep a Teradata VM running.  It might also be helpful if you are looking to migrate away from Teradata.  

Dump a Terdata database to MySQL

over 3 years ago | Chris Parker: Quick bits from Chris

I wrote this a while back.  I had a Teradata database, but didn’t want to have to keep a Teradata VM running.  It might also be helpful if you are looking to migrate away from Teradata.  

Crispy: a new .NET DLR language

over 3 years ago | Chris Parker: Quick bits from Chris

A while back I wrote a few languages targeting the .NET DLR.  I just released one of them on github: https://github.com/mrcsparker/Crispy It is designed as a throwback, 1980s-style language; it is simple, procedural, and – hopefully – easy for beginners … Continue reading →

Crispy: a new .NET DLR language

over 3 years ago | Chris Parker: Quick bits from Chris

A while back I wrote a few languages targeting the .NET DLR.  I just released one of them on github: https://github.com/mrcsparker/Crispy It is designed as a throwback, 1980s-style language; it is simple, procedural, and – hopefully – easy for beginners … Continue reading →

Teradata: exception info for program name: disstart

about 4 years ago | Chris Parker: Quick bits from Chris

If you are getting this: Internal error: Please do not resubmit the last request.  SubCode, CrashCode: and this: signal: 11 SIGSEGV code:   1 SEGV_MAPERR addr:   0000000000000002 registers: rip 0000000000000014  eflags 3d247208 rsp 000000000000b000  rbp 00002aaaaed7bd60 rax 00002aaac06e8000  rbx … Continue reading →

Teradata: exception info for program name: disstart

about 4 years ago | Chris Parker: Quick bits from Chris

If you are getting this: Internal error: Please do not resubmit the last request.  SubCode, CrashCode: and this: signal: 11 SIGSEGV code:   1 SEGV_MAPERR addr:   0000000000000002 registers: rip 0000000000000014  eflags 3d247208 rsp 000000000000b000  rbp 00002aaaaed7bd60 rax 00002aaac06e8000  rbx … Continue reading →

Some quick code updates

about 4 years ago | Chris Parker: Quick bits from Chris

Here are a few things that I have pushed out the last few months, Ruby edition: Active Record Teradata Adapter https://github.com/mrcsparker/activerecord-jdbcteradata-adapter https://github.com/mrcsparker/jdbc-teradata I had posted about this before.  This is a jruby teradata adapter.  It is a lot more complete … Continue reading →

Some quick code updates

about 4 years ago | Chris Parker: Quick bits from Chris

Here are a few things that I have pushed out the last few months, Ruby edition: Active Record Teradata Adapter https://github.com/mrcsparker/activerecord-jdbcteradata-adapter https://github.com/mrcsparker/jdbc-teradata I had posted about this before.  This is a jruby teradata adapter.  It is a lot more complete … Continue reading →

ActiveRecord JDBC Teradata Driver

about 5 years ago | Chris Parker: Quick bits from Chris

Quick update here. Just pushed out some code for an ActiveRecord JDBC Teradata driver.  I had been looking for a driver for a project I was working on, so if you have the same need feel free to play with … Continue reading →

ActiveRecord JDBC Teradata Driver

about 5 years ago | Chris Parker: Quick bits from Chris

Quick update here. Just pushed out some code for an ActiveRecord JDBC Teradata driver.  I had been looking for a driver for a project I was working on, so if you have the same need feel free to play with … Continue reading →

Parslet with proper left recursion support

over 5 years ago | Chris Parker: Quick bits from Chris

Parslet is a really, really nice parsing expression grammar. It is the nicest that I have ever used (and I used it on my project kalc, a Excel-formula based expression language) but it had one problem with it: it did not have support for left … Continue reading →

Parslet with proper left recursion support

over 5 years ago | Chris Parker: Quick bits from Chris

Parslet is a really, really nice parsing expression grammar. It is the nicest that I have ever used (and I used it on my project kalc, a Excel-formula based expression language) but it had one problem with it: it did not have support for left … Continue reading →

Rsync over ssh with non-default (!22) port

over 5 years ago | Chris Parker: Quick bits from Chris

We all need to do this sometime.  You need to rsync over ssh over a port that is not 22 for security reasons, or maybe you prefer another port for ssh. # rsync -av –progress –inplace –rsh=’ssh -p10000 -l yourname‘ … Continue reading →

Rsync over ssh with non-default (!22) port

over 5 years ago | Chris Parker: Quick bits from Chris

We all need to do this sometime.  You need to rsync over ssh over a port that is not 22 for security reasons, or maybe you prefer another port for ssh. # rsync -av –progress –inplace –rsh=’ssh -p10000 -l yourname‘ … Continue reading →

Does the original “Hello, world” still compile? Let’s see

over 5 years ago | Chris Parker: Quick bits from Chris

From Brian Kernighan‘s version from Programming in C: A tutorial. 1. Open editor # vim /tmp/hello.c 2. Write code main() {     printf("hello, world\n"); } Notice that that there are no arguments to “main”, no return values, and we don’t … Continue reading →

Does the original “Hello, world” still compile? Let’s see

over 5 years ago | Chris Parker: Quick bits from Chris

From Brian Kernighan‘s version from Programming in C: A tutorial. 1. Open editor # vim /tmp/hello.c 2. Write code main() {     printf("hello, world\n"); } Notice that that there are no arguments to “main”, no return values, and we don’t … Continue reading →