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John:
AIR's cURL for 64 bit ScriptBasic.


--- Code: Script BASIC ---' AIR RSS Challenge IMPORT curl.sbi ch = curl::init()curl::option(ch, "URL", "http://channel9.msdn.com/Events/MIX/MIX11/RSS/mp4high")curl::option(ch, "FOLLOWLOCATION")rss = curl::perform(ch)curl::finish(ch) SPLITA rss BY "</item>" TO itemFOR x = 0 TO UBOUND(item)  IF item[x] LIKE "*<title>*</title>*[CDATA[<p>*</p>*<pubDate>*</pub*<dc:creator>*</dc:*<enclosure url=\"*\" length*duration=\"*\"*" THEN    PRINT STRING(20,"-"), "\n"    PRINT "Title: ", JOKER(2), "\n"    PRINT "Presenter: ",JOKER(8), "\n"    PRINT "Date: ", JOKER(6), "\n"    PRINT "Description: ", JOKER(4), "\n"    PRINT "Video Link: ", JOKER(10), "\n"    PRINT "Duration: ", FORMATDATE("0H:0m:0s", JOKER(12)), "\n"  END IFNEXT 

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Title: Riding the Geolocation Wave
Presenter: Tatham Oddie
Date: Tue, 15 Mar 2011 20:26:00 GMT
Description: It&rsquo;s pretty obvious by now that geolocation is a heavy player in the next wave of applications and APIs. Now is the time to learn how to take advantage of this information and add context to your own applications. In this session we&rsquo;ll look at geolocation at every layer of the stack &ndash; from open protocols to operating system APIs, from the browser to Windows Phone 7. Building a compelling geo-enabled experience takes more than simple coordinates. In this session we will introduce the basics of determining a user&rsquo;s location and then delve into how to make geo data a useful addition to your application instead of a bolt-on &ldquo;me too&rdquo;.
Video Link: http://video.ch9.ms/ch9/7ce8/f849553d-644e-4dad-8deb-9ea700dd7ce8/MIX11EXT04_high_ch9.mp4
Duration: 00:47:52
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Title: Flickr API: Tap Into Billions of Photos for Windows Phone 7
Presenter: Markus Spiering
Date: Tue, 15 Mar 2011 20:26:00 GMT
Description: Do you want your app to integrate with one of the world&rsquo;s leading photosharing site? The Flickr for Windows Phone 7 app is a full featured mobile application that is pushing the boundaries of UX design and is 100% built on Flickr's API methods that are available for developers. This talk will introduce the mobile app, highlight some of the complex design decisions, and provide insights into the Flickr API methods. Attendees will learn how to enrich their applications using Flickr's rich content via the Flickr APIs.
Video Link: http://video.ch9.ms/ch9/7BAE/1F7A8CCB-5580-47BF-9371-9EA700DD7BAE/MIX11EXT01_high_ch9.mp4
Duration: 00:50:32
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Title: Fonts, Form and Function: A Primer on Digital Typography
Presenter: Robby Ingebretsen
Date: Tue, 15 Mar 2011 20:26:00 GMT
Description: Typography in digital experiences is unavoidable, and for years it was a fight we mostly lost. Today, however, technology is on our side! High resolution screens, an expanding library of open fonts and new flexibility in nearly every UI technology have made digital typography more fun and more interesting than ever. We'll cover all aspects of working with digital type: everything from choosing complimentary typefaces to licensing, rendering and a system for layout and sizing. We all love type. Come to this talk to learn why!
Video Link: http://video.ch9.ms/ch9/7bc8/133b3b99-1949-4ef4-a27c-9ec6010c7bc8/MIX11EXT02_high_ch9.mp4
Duration: 01:03:27

AIR:
where is your 32bit SOURCE tree?  Sandbox has some old stuff

John:
AIR,

I put a zip of the SB Win32 source on the server. I sent you a forum PM with the link.

ODBC has been enhanced. (4096 columns size & FetchSchema)

I built the SB Win 64 with this same source using TDM-CGG-64.

John

AIR:
Your modules were still configured to compile to 32 bit.  I replied to your PM.

John:
The 64 bit compile used a copy of your make I modified using -m64. The source build I sent you was configured to produce 32 bit.

Is the ODBC for 64 bit going to need special handling? This is a critical extension module for me.

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