Things that amuse me by compilers

Not only does the BETA compiler have an interesting interpretation of the word “recent”, it also has an interesting interpretation of the words “no warnings” and “no compiler output.” Yup, I may just post things that amuse me by compilers for the next week. How about some C++ errors with templates? Those are always a […]

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Unicode and Beta

This may be the most niche post in the history of the internet.  Nay, since the invention of the wheel.  Make that since the invention of time. So, CPN Tools is written in Beta.  Beta is a programming language made Ole Lehrmann Madsen, Kristen Nygaard  ((Of Simula fame.  He was also one of the inventors of object oriented […]

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Windows 8 in the Land of Business Process Modeling

Good news, everyone! It seems that the upgrade to Windows 8 is not going to impact any of your business process modeling needs ((At least not the ones originating from the AIS group at TU/e.)).  Both CPN Tools (3.2.1 tested), Declare (2.1.0 tested), and ProM (6.1 tested) runs with no problems on Windows 8. I […]

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