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Located precisely on the axis of evil, I'm interested in open source solutions specially LAMP. But from time to time you might catch me coding in .Net (C#) but only for desktop applications.

For the past year or so (2012-2013), I've been working on the following open source project which I'm really proud of:

http://sourceforge.net/projects/pome-framework

Pomegranate is a web application framework developed in PHP and Javascript providing you with basic necessities to implement service oriented web applications. I'm using it in some huge projects myself and so far it has not let me down.

There are also a couple of more in github:

https://github.com/ziadloo


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comment Installing monodevelop from PPA on Ubuntu 14.04 (trusty)
My bad, when I run mono -V it tell me the moon-runtime package is needed, and it did so from the beginning.
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comment Installing monodevelop from PPA on Ubuntu 14.04 (trusty)
But it seems some later action of mine uninstalled it!!
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comment Installing monodevelop from PPA on Ubuntu 14.04 (trusty)
Yes I did, I even managed to install the mono-3.0 from that PPA (I tested it using mono -V).
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comment Unexpected termination of Bind in Ubuntu 10.04.4 LTS
How can I make sure which file the error log is printed to? I read the /var/log/syslog file and I did find few entries regarding the bind but none of them where errors. I wonder if errors are actually flushed there.
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asked Installing MySQL 5.6 using PPA
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comment Why `mono -V` differs from `/usr/local/bin/mono -V`
That's it! Thanks.
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comment Python memory leak problem in Ubuntu 12.04
Thanks for your comments, just one more thing: You said it is possible to write programs with memory leak in Python, are you sure? AFAIK Python is a scripting language and thus it should be using managed memory with leaks handled internally (it should have a garbage collector). Incorporating an external library leading to memory leak is one thing but if Python uses managed memory then it's up to Python to prevent leaks out of Python scripts itself, am I wrong?
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comment Python memory leak problem in Ubuntu 12.04
I can not comment on Flashplayer myself but there are other softwares too. Like Sencha Architect, the same happens there too. But lets stick to RabbitVCS, do you use it? Don't you have any problem with it? I can say this with absolution that it causes the Python process to eat up my memory and the only way I can get my memory back is killing Python process.
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