Installer Sphinx sur Windows,

python logoArticle in french: I will probably translate this when I will have more time.

Cet article explique comment installer Sphinx sur Windows, pour les personnes qui ne sont pas familières avec l’utilisation avance de Windows (les auteurs par exemple) et/ou qui n’ont pas l’intention d’utiliser Python par la suite.

J’ai décidé d’écrire cet article car il y a beaucoup de tutoriels qui expliquent comment faire mais avec une quantité non négligeable de conneries inutiles pour les non programmeurs.

  • Niveau: Débutant, Novice

NB: A la fin se trouve la liste des logiciels que je vous fait télécharger avec une explication de ce que c’est.

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Orc Name Generator (again).

orc iconSo I’ve managed to have few hours to relax this weekend, so  I’ve played with ruby. I finally ended up with the will to remake the “Orc name generator” I’ve made few months ago, I’m happy to see my coding skills increases a little (everything’s less messy, I’ve get rid of my horrible C habit to make all my loops with “while” ah ah).

I’ve also discovered some really cool features of Ruby.

It’s a really stupid program that generates a random orc names with an Orcish clan name. This time Entirely in english.

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The Sound of Silence

Death Plunge (icon)

—tl;dr:  Silence while working is great if you live in the I.S.S. or on an island. (school education has completly destroyed my ability to sum stuff.) —

I’ll write “listen to music while working” all along this article but I think it’s more “hearing” or “having a background sound/reference”, no one can really listen to music while doing something else. But today, I shan’t describe what “listening to music” is. ;)

Few years ago I’ve read the absolutely amazing Richard Williams’ “Animation Techniques” book where a very wise sentence is written “working in the silence, is better, because you can’t concentrate with music.”. (it’s not exactly written like that, it’s from memory) Wise, but being this absolute is pretentious (Mr. Richard Williams is a master but)…

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