Today I recieved an email querying me about the missing servlet.py in my jetty+django+jython post, and upon looking for it, i was suprised I could not find it. I linked to it, and I assume I would have copy+pasted the link from a browser's address bar, but it does not show in the commit history in github, or on my old work repository. I assume I've done something bizzare with the repository and overwritten it with a different one after moving the code around and forgot about it.
Tuesday, January 26, 2010
Wednesday, September 3, 2008
Monday, April 28, 2008
Turns out all I had to do was implement is_secure in my django handler.
updated servlet.py can be viewed here
Wednesday, April 2, 2008
One thing that has always annoyed me about my iPod Touch is the inability to play all of an artists albums, album by album. You from the artist list, you can select a single album, or all songs for which you can play them in alphabetical order or shuffle mode.
I just figure this out! The trick is to use the On-The-Go playlist. Go to playlists and select the On-The-Go playlist. If there is stuff in it already you will have to hit the edit button (or clear it and start again). From there you navigate to your desired artist, and the button with is normally All Songs is now Add All Albums. click that, and then click done and play your playlist.
I don't know why i didn't look into this earlier. I guess i figurered i'd have to add all the songs one by one, but Apple has made it very simple. Still, a play all albums button in the standard menus would be much simpler!