I live, work, and attend graduate school in the great state of
New Hampshire. During the day, I am a C++/.NET programmer writing
software for CAD systems. At night, I attend graduate school and
work on my side projects.
I have been using OpenBSD in earnest since version 4.6 and for the
past year have been starting to use ruby more and more in my side
projects. The only downside is that the official ruby packages
sometimes lag behind the latest releases. I started compiling ruby
by hand, and then wrote a script to automate the build process.
mkruby fetches, builds, and installs the latest 1.9.3 patchset from ruby-lang.org and applies the relevant openbsd patches. The main differences between mkruby and official ruby packages are the binaries and gems do not have the 19 suffix. So that extra step of creating links is no longer needed.
Inspired by the moviestreamer sinatra app, MovieStreamer is a native Mac OS X application for watching personal movies stored on your mac via any HTML5 compatible browser on your local network.website code
A simple sinatra app for watching personal movies through HTML5
This project has been deprecated. mg is now available through homebrew. If there is any interest in a standalone binary installer, please email me and I will continue to support it. The code will remain on github.code
Fetches and builds the latest 1.9.3 or 2.0.0 ruby patchset.
Automates converting mp4 videos to webm.
Automates converting a dvd to mp4.
Installs the static mac os x builds of ffmpeg and ffprobe
from http://evermeet.cx to /usr/local/bin