oelf - Mach-O support for sqlelf

sqlelf lets you explore ELF objects through the power of SQL. It turns any executable into a queryable database. I added support for Mach-O binaries & libraries.

2023 in many words and some photos

It has become a tradition for me to look at the year that's about to end. I did so in 2022, 2021, 2020, 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015 and 2014. Let's look at 2023 now.

cargo script and cgi

Everything old is new again. These days things get deployed as Cloud Functions, Lambdas or whatever FaaS it is today. But those from the old days simply stuck with CGI and that's easily possible with Rust too.

git opinions

There's been a lot of chatter about git on the internet lately. So shortly after this morning's breakfast coffee I had opinions on the internet. Let's look into those.

Old Ruby on modern Nix

The other day I had to deploy an old Ruby 2.7 application. As I've recently started experimenting with NixOS I used this as an opportunity to figure out how to reliably and consistently deploy this application. Along the way I had to figure out a couple of things and the available Nix documentation was either outdated or things didn't work as specified.

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