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Posting from ThinBlog now. Does this work?

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Dabbling in Java

After reading on ZOPEN-X about Mike Cannon-Brookes (rebelutionary) and his Java RSS reader, I headed over to take a look at Thinlet, a very very small Java UI library.

Thinlet looks very cool.  I've been using C# a lot recently, and have been meaning to learn Java, except coding the UI has always seemed like a big waste of time when I can just go into Visual Studio and hack up a dialog.  However with Thinlet it's just a matter of putting together a little XML.

The result of a few hours' hacking (I'm not as quick as Mike :) is a Blogger API client.  I've only tested it with Blogger so far, but it should be able to work with Radio as well.

To fit in with the current naming convention, here is:


It's not perfect yet, but I've got to get some sleep sometime, so here it is.  About 90K, most of that being taken up by Thinlet and Apache XML-RPC.

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Mac Radio installer now available

Thanks to Robert Barksdale (packaging) and Jeff Cheney (testing), PyCS now has a Radio installer for the Mac too!

Get onto PyCS quickly from OS X

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