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New updates to w2w!

Posted on April 15, 2008

I have now updated the public version of w2w to fix the problem with cUrl error no 5. The new version, 0.98, also includes automatic update checks and can be found here.

I have also made a new beta that shows some progress information during the upload process. If you are interested in trying that version (and are not already in the beta-program) please let me know in a comment or email.

Beta-testers wanted

Posted on September 5, 2007

I have made a new version of w2w that should solve the cURL error #5. Before I release it I would like to have it tested, so if you have seen the problem and would like to help me, please let me know in the comments or in an email.


w2w version 0.95

Posted on November 3, 2006

I have updated w2w to resolve a bug that occured when used on a directory with many files in it (such as an actual website... :-) ).

Many thanks to Reborg for his help with debugging!


Posted on October 6, 2006

Today, I got two hints into the macosxhints site. Both make use of launchd to start programs at specific occasions. One restarts a crashed program and the other offers an ability to print from Classic without installing a printer in the Classic-environment.

The important thing is that launchd is a great tool in OSX Tiger and it gets even better through Lingon, a graphical interface to launchd created by Peter Borg (who also happens to be the creator of my favorite text-editor, Smultron).

SpotSmart - Substructure search on your Mac

Posted on September 25, 2006

I have made a perl-script to enhance the excellent ChemSpotlight with substructure searching. The script in itself translates the output from mdfind into a valid smiles-file that could be searched using obgrep.

Update: A new version of the script solves an issue with long SMILES

More substructure searches

Posted on September 19, 2006

I have been using a customised version of the Lab Notebook from Macs In Chemistry as my labbook for several years now. I have however never really liked the substructure search in it. I don't want to first create a database and then search. When I'm looking for somehting I'm looking for it now... Besides, the fact that it uses ChemFinder that's still only available for Classic makes it even less attractive.

I have lately discovered the beauty of Open Babel and I figured that it's substructure search program obgrep should be possible to use to search in the Lab Notebook.