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Encode/Decode BASE64 scripts for Coda

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Here you will find two scripts for use with Panic's Coda, which take selected text and encode it to BASE64 or decode it from BASE64, inside the current editor (base64coda).
To add the scripts to Coda's scripts-menu, click the menu and select 'Open Enclosing Folder':
coda20110929a
Drag the scripts in the opened folder, go back to Coda and select 'Reload Scripts' from the scripts-menu. You should see the two new scripts:
coda20110929b

Now, select some text and choose BASE64 Encode and then BASE64 Decode to see your text again.
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Kürbissuppe - Pompoensoep

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Heute bekam ich im Restaurant da Mario (im Waghäuseler Hof) eine sehr schöne Kürbissuppe serviert. Ich konnte es nicht lassen und musste ein Foto davon machen:

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Foto: Nestor

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Nestor, our German shepherd

Nestor, our German shepherd

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Multiple MySQL instances on Mac OS X Client or Server

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A new project and a server in the basement, drove us to research how we could replicate MySQL databases of two other servers onto the one in the basement. Quest: we need multiple instances of MySQL on the server, with each its own setup. Our findings and how to set this up on Mac OS X Client (your regular desktop Mac) or Mac OS X Server (your co-located Xserve, Mac Pro or Mac Mini Server) are described on this page.
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Foto: Sunbeams

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Sunbeams

Sunbeams

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