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cLHy's weekly snapshot is now available in HyPA!

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November 10, 2019

Starting from cLHy 1.6.1 (released on November 9, 2019), a weekly snapshot of cLHy source tree has been made available for you at URL:

http://hypa.hyang.org/cgi-bin/clhy/clhy-snapshot

As part of an effort to expand the availability of open source projects from the Hyang Language Foundation (HLF) for you, we attempt to provide weekly snapshots of the HLF's softwares source code, one of which is a weekly snapshot of cLHy server's source tree.

We provide this clonable weekly snapshot of cLHy server effectively starting from today.

The cLHy's weekly snapshot also uses hyscm which will always be updated to the latest HySCM version available in the HySCM repository.

Recommended: cLHy 1.5.39 and HySCM 1.1.5

The HyPA Team 0 Comments

October 26, 2019

Since cLHy 1.6 is still in development phases and still unstable we recommend cLHy 1.5.39 for your use. You can download cLHy 1.5.39 directly from cLHy website :

Alternative downloads via HyPA website :

We also recommend HySCM 1.1.5 for your use since it is stable and has a number of feature enhancements and bug fixes. Download HySCM 1.1.5 directly from HySCM website :

The cLHy Server version 1.5.37 is now ready for download

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October 7, 2019

We're pleased to announce that cLHy community version 1.5.37 is ready. The community standard version 1.5.37 provides you with a lot of advanced features that will make you love your web and mobile works even more. The cLHy server standard is targeted to support advanced HTTP services with easy setup. The cLHy standard project welcomes a wider community participation in developing a reference implementation of the cLHy standard server.

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cLHy software package download is now available directly from the cLHy website :

Alternative downloads form HyPA website :

You can get the latest cLHy source code development using Git, SVN, or the HySCM repository.

1. Clone using Git (Bitbucket):

git clone https://hyw3@bitbucket.org/hyw3/clhy-dev.git

Check the hyscmterm and hyscmterm.id files to match the latest version in the HySCM repository.

2. Checkout using SVN (OSDN):

svn checkout https://svn.osdn.net/svnroot/clhy-dev/

Also, check the hyscmterm and hyscmterm.id files to match the latest version in the HySCM repository.

3. Get latest development using HySCM :

To build and install cLHy from the latest development in HySCM repository, follow step by step guide here.

A book on the Source Code Management System with HySCM has been published

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September 30, 2019

If you think that the implementation of blockchain technology is only limited to cryptocurrency, you are too pessimistic!

This book (in bahasa Indonesia) discusses and practices HySCM as a distributed version control software, built on the concept of blockchain, supports automatic synchronization, integrated with all features needed in software development (such as wiki, bug & issue tracker with ticket systems, forum, embedded documentation, etc.)... And, of course, HySCM repository can be launched on a web-based UI using HySCM built-in server or within other popular web servers (including cLHy).

E-Book Sistem Manajemen Kode Sumber Menggunakan HySCM: Konsep Desain, Implementasi dan Praktik Dasar oleh Hilman P. Alisabana

Get this e-book at HySCM website or at Hyang website.

Maintenance on cLHy for a core cAPI's RDD enhancement

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September 6, 2019

We would like to inform you that this week we will perform maintenance on one of our partner websites, cLHy. We will perform maintenance to improve one of the core cAPIs in cLHy. We have also been conducting research in the implementation of a core cAPI for Resilient Distributed Datasets (RDD) on cLHy.

You may have heard or learned about RDD. At the core, the RDD is an immutable distributed collection of records, elements of data, or objects, or called datasets. The RDD's datasets are then logically partitioned across different nodes in the cluster. These nodes can be computed and operated in parallel. We will use a low-level cLHy API (cAPI) for the RDD.

The cAPI for RDD can contain any type of Hyang's objects, including dinamically user-defined classes, that might offer transformations and actions. RDDs can be created through deterministic operations on either data on stable storage or other RDDs; either by parallelizing an existing datasets, or by referencing a dataset in an external storage system, such as a shared file system HDFS (Hadoop Distributed File System).

The cLHy's maintenance will address a support for either persisting RDDs on disk or replicated across multiple nodes.

By default, each RDD may be recomputed each time whenever any other datasets run a transformation or an action on it. However, we may also persist and cache an RDD in memory, in which case cLHy will cache the elements around on the cluster for a better execution time and much faster access, whenever next time another dataset queries it again.

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The illustration above shows an example of interactive operations of cLHy's RDD in one time processing. For a better execution time, any datasets can be cached in memory if different calls or queries are run on it repeatedly.

In connection with this maintenance activities, there is no downtime but internet connection might be slow for a few seconds. So we apologize for any inconvenience.

Today's fixing of several cross-browser issues on HyPA website

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September 4, 2019

Today we fix cross-browser issues on several targets reported by one of our users. We really appreciate our users taking the time to share their experience with us.

We have developed HyPA using Hyang Server Scripts (HySS) from scratch. This is not only fun for us, but we also have an interest in testing the extent of capabilities of the HySS that we have developed.

We also use some CSS and JS files that we developed in addition to the files provided by other tools, such as Bootstrap or Fontawesome. The CSS and JS are working fine on HyPA website with a browser that we use to test, notably Chrome.

Nowadays in all major web technologies you may already know well with browsers like Firefox, Edge, Safari, Opera, Internet Explorer, etc. You might also be there as a user or a web browser developer.

So for HyPA website we have to fix all cross browser issues, and we will greatly appreciate your reports regarding the issues.

The page of HyPA sponsors and supporters has been published

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September 2, 2019

Today we publish a page for the logos of HyPA sponsors and supporters. They might be mostly organizations (not as individuals), whether business or non-business organizations. For the lists of individual contributions we have published on this page.

We would like to thank our sponsors and supporters, without the generous contribution, support and donation the HyPA could not exist.

Some logos might not be what they should be. Therefore if you find any mistakes in displaying the logo on the page, please contact us via email or through the contact page, so we can fix the error as soon as possible.

A New, User-Submitted Logo for Hyang Programming Language

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August 29, 2019

On August 28, 2019, we have received a new design concept for Hyang logo contributed by Huwaben Studio, in Denpasar, Bali. We're proud and happy that this concept design has been submitted from our contributor. We have decided that this user-submitted logo as the official logo for Hyang version 1.3.0. If you wish, you can learn more about their works by visiting their website at huwaben.com.

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Learn more about their presentation at Hyang logo gallery.

Since you guys have great talent, we are always open to new logo design presentation, and we love it when you do our jobs for us.

Today's Updates to HyPA's Terms of Use and Privacy Statement

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August 28, 2019

We have made a little changes to the Terms of Use and Privacy Statement due to the presence of HyPA News section on HyPA website. Both of which are now version 1.2.

The changes we made were include: (1) Terms of Use point 1 ("HyPA Website and Content"), we added "HyPA News"; and (2) Privacy Statement point 2 ("Data Collection") in the first paragraph, we added "(d) Submit an application or a request for content creator positions; or (e)" ... the next remain as before.

We are in the process of refining and updating our policies, whether through Terms of Use, Privacy Statement or if applicable with other kind. Whenever the changes or updates have been published, we will inform you in the news post. We would be glad if you could send us input about this. We want to hear what you think of them and whether any of our policies can be improved. We look forward to hearing from you!

Content Creation Online in HyPA

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August 27, 2019

Anyone can be a content creator on the internet and contribute to the online world.

Reuters Institute on Digital News Report 2018 noted that a vast majority of adult people get some news online, either via a mobile device or desktop. The content creators are more likely younger than the average but have higher levels of education although there is no research about definite minimum level of their education. Through the contribution of these young people, the online digital world has become a host for the new, "born on the web" news space, not only for the legacy news space.

The Youth Manual which based in Jakarta, has pointed out the task of the content creator, i.e. collecting ideas and doing research, and making concepts to produce content; produce content that matches the desired identity and branding; trying to meet the objectives of the content (e.g., promotional or educational purposes, entertaining or giving information); adjust the content to a platform, or even multi-platform; and evaluate the content that has been published.

Here at HyPA we also provide a special admin room for the content creators or other type of writers, to make more contribution to the online world. Registration for the content creation is limited to contributors who meet our criteria, so please send an email to us if you are interested in contributing to this program and meet our criteria.

The HySS engine to generate PDF

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August 26, 2019

Yesterday we added a PDF engine application to HyPA website that can be used to generate PDF version from a HySS file. By using this engine, we were able to produce PDF versions of HTML files, input forms, and process HTML tags to be converted to PDF using regular expressions. We also added a PDF version of the FAQ, Terms of Use, and Privacy Statement, so now you can view these pages in PDF version.