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    Adding custom class files (.cls) to Lyx in Windows Vista / Windows 7 environment

    by  • February 22, 2010 • lyx, TeX, windows • 23 Comments

    When writing for publication, you may be offered a .cls file from the journal in question in which to format a TeX document to their specification. Whilst this works great in TeX, usually by copying the class.cls file in your working directory where all your .tex files reside and adding \documentclass{class} in the preamble (before […]

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    Installing WordPress 2.9.x on an IIS 6.0 web server (Windows Server 2003) and enabling custom permalinks

    by  • January 18, 2010 • iis, windows, Wordpress • 2 Comments

    A few clients I’ve worked with in the past are Microsoft-centric having Server 2003 based dedicated servers but want to be able to host WordPress blogs. Luckily it’s relatively straightforward to get a WordPress blog up and running  on IIS by the following steps. This is written for Server 2003 (running IIS 6.0) and I’m […]

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    Changing Subversion working copy version using Windows and Python 3

    by  • July 30, 2009 • java, subclipse, subversion, windows • 4 Comments

    Made a bit of a boo-boo today… I used the Subclipse plugin regularly within Eclipse to manage my code checkins on my SVN repositories, but I’ve also got TortoiseSVN installed and checked in some modifications to this code using TortoiseSVN, which consequentially upgraded by working copy from Subversion 1.4 to 1.6. When I attempted to […]

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