Printing backtrace on SIGSEGV

New version of log-malloc2 provides new helpful functions and scripts that make backtrace printing and analyzing easy and convenient. log-malloc2_util.h provides few fully inlined functions: 1. log_malloc_backtrace_init(void) Pre-initializes backtrace() function, to avoid any later memory allocations. Use of this function is optional, but it’s good to use it on program start if you want to […]

log-malloc2 v0.2 released

I’ve actually released log-malloc2 library for linux, that logs calls to memory allocation functions and should be very helpful when trying to locate memory leaks. It can be used without recompiling application, simply by preloading it using LD_PRELOAD . Logged functions: malloc realloc calloc free memalign Every function call  is logged with their parameters, amount […]

Solr Pager 0.2.2 released

Released solr_pager 0.2.2. This release fixes little bug that prevented solr_pager to work in some configurations (ie. with standard search handler). Well, Solr documentation did not mentioned that it can pass empty (null) result set to my component. Also added some sanity checks to prevent similar situation again. New version can be found on, […]

Solr Pager 0.2.1 released

Released solr_pager 0.2.1, an feature update with improved first/last page navigation. Now they appear in result only when first/last page is not visible in generated paging list. This version can be found on, for more informations about how it works see this post.

Solr Pager 0.2.0 released

I’ve just published solr_pager a search component for Solr that should make paging easier. It’s main use should be by XSLT transformation (using XSLT writer), so one should not bother anymore with slow recursive XSLT hacks and only apply fast templates on paging list in search result. Initial version 0.2.0 can be found on […]

LDAP + SASL authentification

I’ve found again, that simple things don’t get so simple in OpenSource world, and you have to do it yourself when you want something. That’s the difference, in the world of commercial software you have to, either pay big money or you never get feature you need (and mostly both ;-)) I’ve  slightly unusual and […]