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Eliminating delays on ESC in vim and zsh - John Hawthorn
While having a vim discussion on twitter with @_jaredn, I remembered that having a delay in entering normal mode after pressing ESC (switching to normal mode) really frustrates me. This delay exists because many keys (arrows keys, ALT) rely on it as an escape character. Here’s the setup I’ve used for a while for near instantaneous switch into normal mode.
2012  blogpost  links  vim  configuration  keyboard  terminal  tmux  screen  tips  example 
4 hours ago by ezequiel
How do I get Vim to recognize ESC key faster? - Stack Overflow
Q: I use Vim, almost exclusively in the console. When I exit insert mode by pressing <ESC>, there is a noticeable lag in Vim's recognizing the command. The lag is similar to the delay when I push the <leader> key, I assume to give me time to enter other characters in a mapping. Is there an option I can set to get Vim to recognize the escape key faster?
2012  forumthread  stackexchange  vim  configuration  keyboard  terminal  example  tips  tmux  screen 
4 hours ago by ezequiel
Why does vim incsearch pause when cancelling a search with the <ESC> key? - Stack Overflow
Q: In vim, if you set incsearch then it will scroll to the next match of your current search term without moving the cursor. I often use this to read a section of code without moving the cursor there, because I can then hit <ESC> and the screen will return back to wherever my cursor was when I started searching.

However, vim has a pause after you hit <ESC>, and before it scrolls back to the cursor. I find this pause very irritating. What is the purpose behind this pause, and/or is this pause configurable?
2012  vim  configuration  tips  example  forumthread  stackexchange  keyboard  tmux  screen  terminal 
4 hours ago by ezequiel
vimscript - How can I get the character at the cursor position in a multibyte aware manner? - Vi and Vim Stack Exchange
Q: [...] Vim has several useful functions for dealing with strings in a multibyte-aware fashion, but getting the cursor position seems difficult: [...]
2017  forumthread  stackexchange  vim  scripting  example  tips  links  unicode 
4 hours ago by ezequiel
Changing lightline colorscheme on the fly · Issue #258 · itchyny/lightline.vim
Q: I was hoping to test out the different lightline colorschemes to see which I liked best, and in a wanton episode of yak-shaving ended up writing the following command to change colorscheme, including command-line completion for the colorscheme names.
2017  github  plugin  vim  issue  configuration  colour  links  example  scripting 
11 hours ago by ezequiel
JavaScript Semantic Completion through Tern · Valloric/YouCompleteMe Wiki · GitHub
JavaScript completion is based on Tern. This completion engine requires a file named .tern-project to exist in the current working directory or a directory which is an ancestor of the current working directory when the Tern server is started.
tern.js  javascript  tool  development  programming  wikientry  howto  configuration  example  github  guide  tips  vim  plugin 
yesterday by ezequiel
Tern Reference Manual
Tern consists of several components. Depending on what you are trying to do with it, you will be interested in a different layer. At the very top are the editor plugins. These talk to a Tern server, which is implemented on top of the server module, which uses the inference engine to do the actual type inference.
tern.js  javascript  documentation  reference  manual  guide  faq  tips  configuration  example  online  tool  editor  plugins 
yesterday by ezequiel
git merge - How to stash unmerged code in git? - Stack Overflow
Q: I did a git pull and found that one of my files needs to be merged.

I don't really want to merge that file right now - I have another branch that I need to work on, and I will get back to this branch later to resolve the merge.

What is the best course of action for me to "undo" this pull? Or how can I hold off on this merge until I'm ready to deal with it? What do I need to do to be able to change branches, but then return to this unmerged state in my code?
2012  git  tips  example  cli  unix  linux  windows  macosx  forumthread  stackexchange 
yesterday by ezequiel
BashFAQ - Greg's Wiki
These are answers to frequently asked questions on channel #bash on the freenode IRC network. These answers are contributed by the regular members of the channel (originally heiner, and then others including greycat and r00t), and by users like you. If you find something inaccurate or simply misspelled, please feel free to correct it!
bash  faq  shell  wiki  tips  example  howto  posix  unix  linux 
2 days ago by ezequiel
How to keep quotes in Bash arguments? - Stack Overflow
Q: I have a Bash script where I want to keep quotes in the arguments passed.

Example: ./test.sh this is "some test"

then I want to use those arguments, and re-use them, including quotes and quotes around the whole argument list.
2009  shell  bash  posix  links  tips  example  forumthread  stackexchange  unix  scripting 
2 days ago by ezequiel
4 PEP 328: Absolute and Relative Imports
The simpler part of PEP 328 was implemented in Python 2.4: parentheses could now be used to enclose the names imported from a module using the from ... import ... statement, making it easier to import many different names.
python  reference  documentation  online  compatibility  example 
2 days ago by ezequiel
How to import other Python files? - Stack Overflow
How do I import other files in Python?

1. How exactly can I import a specific python file like import file.py?
2. How can I import a folder instead of a specific file?
3. I want to load a Python file dynamically at runtime, based on user input.
4. I want to know how to load just one specific part from the file.
2010  python  tips  example  forumthread  stackexchange  programming 
2 days ago by ezequiel
Vim, I Think This Is The Beginning Of a Beautiful Friendship
I am using vim for a couple of months, I’m still learning every day and I’m having fun. This is the story of how I started and why I’m in love with Vim.
vim  advocacy  configuration  example  tips  plugins  review  howto  guide  blogpost  programming  ctags  ui 
4 days ago by ezequiel
Vim/YouCompleteMe - ArchWiki
YouCompleteMe (shortened as YCM) is a code-completion engine for Vim. It supports the following languages:
* C/C++/Objective-C/Objective-C++
* Python
* C#
* Go
* Rust
* JavaScript
* TypeScript
* Other languages (Java, Ruby, PHP etc.) through the use of omnicompletion system
vim  plugin  arch  linux  installation  configuration  howto  tips  example  wikientry  development  tool  programming 
5 days ago by ezequiel
A Simpler Vim Statusline · Blaenk Denum
Everyone that uses Vim and their grandmothers have apparently adopted the use of statusline plugins like vim-powerline or vim-airline. The latter, more recent vim-airline has gained popularity due to the fact that vim-powerline was deprecated in favor of a still-in-development rewrite that aims to provide a more general foundation for people to use the same kind of statusline in other areas, such as tmux and shell prompts. So now everyone can have the same look: solarized and some powerline-like status, everywhere.

There’s of course nothing wrong with using these plugins, but I’ve come to realize that they’re overdone for my particular needs, and I don’t even really care for how they look.
blogpost  2013  vim  scripting  ui  howto  tips  example 
5 days ago by ezequiel
cursor - Vim CursorLine color change in insert mode - Stack Overflow
There is good snippet for changing cursor color:
How should I alter this that instead of cursor, CursorLine would change color for example from dark blue to blue?
2011  forumthread  stackexchange  configuration  example  scripting  vim  tips  ui  colour 
6 days ago by ezequiel
Highlight current line | Vim Tips Wiki | FANDOM powered by Wikia
It is possible to highlight the line containing the cursor. In addition, the column containing the cursor can be highlighted. Highlighting the line makes it easy to locate the cursor when scrolling through a large file, and highlighting the column can help to check horizontal alignment of text in different lines. [...]
vim  configuration  scripting  example  wikientry  ui  colour 
6 days ago by ezequiel
autocmd - Stop highlighting when entering Insert mode - Vi and Vim Stack Exchange
Q: I would like Vim to stop highlighting matches when entering Insert mode. And not to highlight them again until a new search is performed. [...]
2016  forumthread  stackexchange  configuration  scripting  example  tips  vim  ui 
6 days ago by ezequiel
vim - UltiSnips and YouCompleteMe - Stack Overflow
Q: I have bundles ultisnips and youcompleteme installed on my macvim. The problem is that ultisnips doesn't work because tab is bound by ycm. I tried putting let g:UltiSnipsExpandTrigger = "<s-tab>" so that I can trigger the snippet completion with shift-tab, but it doesn't work for some unknown reason. I could use caps as the trigger, but so far I've found no way to do that.
Do any of you use those two add-ons together? What can I do to make shift-tab work? Can you recommend another key to trigger snippets?
2013  2015  forumthread  stackexchange  plugin  plugins  compatibility  configuration  vim  tips  example  scripting 
12 days ago by ezequiel
What's the implementation of Vim's default 'tabline' function? - Stack Overflow
Q: In Vim, the text that forms the row of tabs at the top of the screen (when using tabs) is configured with the tabline option.
Is there a piece of Vim script that provides the default implementation which I could adjust to my needs?
2011  vim  forumthread  stackexchange  tips  example  scripting  configuration 
6 weeks ago by ezequiel
GitHub Secrets | The GitHub Blog
Over the years we’ve added quite a bit of stuff to GitHub. Sometimes we ship huge features, sometimes we ship small, lesser-known bonus features.
github  blogpost  tips  documentation  2011  reference  example  markdown  ui  webapp 
6 weeks ago by ezequiel
Autolinked references and URLs - User Documentation
References to URLs, issues, pull requests, and commits are automatically shortened and converted into links.
github  markdown  reference  example  tips  documentation  links 
6 weeks ago by ezequiel
The Last Statusline For Vim – Hacker Noon
For some Vimmers, their statusline is like the Lightsaber of a Jedi. Each one similar, yet unique — the aesthetic cherry revealing a lurking identity. This notion has led to projects like Powerline, Airline, and Lightline. While all interesting, this tutorial is about doing it the old school way. We’ll be traveling to a metaphorical Dagobah to craft our statusline using the methods of the force — Vim script.
vim  configuration  howto  tutorial  example  scripting  blogpost  2018 
7 weeks ago by ezequiel
Powerline Escape Fix [vim] [usevim.com] [archive.org]
[...] The delay in leaving insert mode used to drive me nuts in vim-powerline. I posted an issue and the author pointed me to this helpful Vim config snippet as a workaround [...]
[...] The issue is that Powerline causes a delay when leaving Insert mode, but this can be fixed by changing the InsertEnter timeoutlen setting to 0: [...]
2013  blogpost  issue  configuration  vim  plugin  archived.version  tips  example  keyboard  workaround  links 
11 weeks ago by ezequiel
vim get slower after installing vim-airline · Issue #421 · vim-airline/vim-airline
A: [...] Super late to this, but first time install airline and encountered a similar issue. Found a nice solution should anybody else stumble along this down the line. [...]
2014  2016  issue  github  vim  plugin  ui  keyboard  performance  configuration  example  tips  links  workaround 
11 weeks ago by ezequiel
How to prevent commands to show up in bash history? - Stack Overflow
Q: Sometimes, when I run commands like rm -rf XYZ, I don't want this to be recorded in bash history, because I might accidentally run the same command again by reverse-i-search. Is there a good way to prevent this from happening?
2011  bash  unix  linux  cygwin  tips  example  configuration  cli  stackexchange  forumthread 
12 weeks ago by ezequiel
Excluding some of the commands from being getting stored in bash history - Unix & Linux Stack Exchange
Q: Is there any way to exclude commands like rm -rf, svn revert from being getting stored in bash history? Actually I, by mistake, have issued them a number of times even though I have no intent to do, just because I am doing things quickly and it happened. Hence results in lost of lots of work I have did so far.
2012  bash  unix  linux  cygwin  tips  example  configuration  cli  stackexchange  forumthread 
12 weeks ago by ezequiel
linux - Have tmux wait until I SSH in, to complete rest of Tmuxinator script - Unix & Linux Stack Exchange
A: Some notes of wait-for
So the basic usage of wait-for isn't too complicated if you think of it as analogous to threading concurrency primitives
It's not really connected to other tmux functionality, just a convenient implementation of IPC.
wait-for event_name is like waiting for an event wait-for -S event_name is a means of signalling an event [...]
2014  forumthread  stackexchange  tmux  tips  example  scripting  unix  linux 
september 2018 by ezequiel
Make tmux block until program completes - Unix & Linux Stack Exchange
A: tmux 1.8 introduced the wait-for command that can help do what you want:
The “channel” name (p12346-neww-done in the example above) can be anything you like (as long as it is the same in both places; if you anticipate multiple potentially simultaneous invocations, then you will probably also want to use a unique value for each invocation). [...]
tmux  2014  forumthread  stackexchange  scripting  example  tips  unix  linux 
september 2018 by ezequiel
Tmux Scripting | Peter Debelak
If you use tmux in your terminal you probably have a default set-up you use. For example, I always have the same windows open with the same names split up in the same way at work, so I decided I might as well make a script to avoid all that manual work each time.
tmux  scripting  example  blogpost  2016  unix  linux  tips 
september 2018 by ezequiel
home directory - Path for fonts? - Ask Ubuntu
Q: I searched already for this question and got a page on here where someone answered with "go to home/username/.fonts" or somesuch. I ran into a couple problems: [...]

(me: look into '/etc/fonts/fonts.conf', '/etc/fonts/conf.d/50-user.conf', '/etc/fonts/conf.d/*.conf' (look for '<dir>' entries))
2014  forumthread  stackexchange  ubuntu  debian  configuration  fonts  linux  tips  example 
september 2018 by ezequiel
FAQ · neovim/neovim Wiki
Note: :CheckHealth (or :checkhealth for nvim >= 0.3) detects and resolves many of the problems in this FAQ. Try it!
neovim  faq  editor  links  tips  github  documentation  issue  workaround  example  configuration 
september 2018 by ezequiel
How do I check the version of NeoVim in vimscript? - Vi and Vim Stack Exchange
Q: I can check vim's version by using v:version, and I can check if I am running in nvim by doing has('nvim'). Is there a variable like v:version in neovim to let me know the nvim version, like 0.1.4 or 0.1.6?
2016  forumthread  stackexchange  neovim  scripting  tips  example  compatibility  howto 
august 2018 by ezequiel
autocmd - Suppress output from a vim autocomand - Vi and Vim Stack Exchange
Q: I have an autocommand defined in my vimrc:

au BufWritePost * !./make.sh
The script make.sh compiles a .tex file 3 times and I don't want the output to be displayed.

Is there a way to suppress the output? [...]
2015  forumthread  stackexchange  vim  scripting  issue  workaround  example  tips 
august 2018 by ezequiel
How do I define a vim function on a single line? - Super User
A: [...] One option would be to use exe:

exe ":function! SomeFunc() \n return 0 \n endfunction"

The \n characters are interpreted as newlines by the double-quoted strings. This does mean you should be careful to escape any special sequences. [...]
2014  forumthread  stackexchange  vim  scripting  tips  example  issue  workaround 
august 2018 by ezequiel
The endless litany of tmux and nvim color problems : neovim
A: [...] If your terminfo database doesn't have any entry for the terminal type tmux-256color, try to build a more complete one in your home directory: [...]
tmux  terminal  colour  configuration  tips  example  cli  links  linux  unix  posix  bsd  macosx  forumthread  reddit 
august 2018 by ezequiel
exception handling - Try-catch in Vimscript - Stack Overflow
Q: I am trying to catch an error (E490) in Vim like this:
:try | foldopen! | catch | | endtry
I would like to open all folds if any are present. [...]
2011  forumthread  stackexchange  vim  scripting  example  tips 
august 2018 by ezequiel
rebase - Change first commit of project with Git? - Stack Overflow
Q: I want to change something in the first commit of my project with out losing all subsequent commits. Is there any way to do this? [...]
2010  forumthread  stackexchange  cli  git  tips  example  unix  linux  windows  macosx 
august 2018 by ezequiel
Ubuntu virtual terminal cursor style resetting - Super User
Q: I am running Ubuntu 14.04 and using one of the virtual terminals (TTY[1-6], accessible via Ctrl-Alt-F[1-6]); I want to permanently change the appearance of my cursor from the apparent default, a blinking underline, to a blinking box. I can change it temporarily, but it is consistently resetting when certain applications are run. [...]
(me: good explanation in the "accepted answer"; quoted excerpt from tmux(1) man page provided the only command that worked to fix tmux after neovim left the terminal in a "garbage-writing" state: printf '\033[0 q')
2016  forumthread  stackexchange  textui  terminal  configuration  issue  workaround  links  unix  linux  xterm  tmux  neovim  tips  example  debian  ubuntu  mint 
august 2018 by ezequiel
MessagePack: It's like JSON. but fast and small.
MessagePack is an efficient binary serialization format. It lets you exchange data among multiple languages like JSON. But it's faster and smaller. Small integers are encoded into a single byte, and typical short strings require only one extra byte in addition to the strings themselves.
distributed  ipc  multiplatform  c  c++  python  rusk  ruby  haskell  java  smalltalk  php  golang  node.js  pascal  qt  shell  unix  dotnet  c++11  d.programming.language  postgresql  objectivec  javascript  perl  delphi  lua  library  package  links  documentation  example 
august 2018 by ezequiel
Iptables Restricting Access By Time Of The Day - nixCraft
Recently I was asked to control access to couple of services based upon day and time. For example ftp server should be only available from Monday to Friday between 9 AM to 6 PM only. [...]
2006  blogpost  networking  security  linux  firewall  example  cli  sysadmin  tips 
august 2018 by ezequiel
linux - How to make iptables rules expire? - Server Fault
Q: Someone told me this is possible, but I can't find anything on google or man pages.
I need to ban IPs for a certain amount of time, and then have then unbanned automatically.
2011  forumthread  stackexchange  firewall  linux  cli  example  sysadmin  network  security  script 
august 2018 by ezequiel
LinuxSimpleGuideToCompiling < Main < Wiki
This guide was written with Ubuntu users in mind, and can be performed as written in most versions of Ubuntu and Debian. Users of other Linux distributions may have to modify these instructions or perform additional steps in order to successfully compile Rockbox.
rockbox  build  howto  linux  ubuntu  debian  wikientry  guide  tips  example  cli  configuration  development 
august 2018 by ezequiel
Qt Quick 2D Renderer 5.7
Qt Quick 2D Renderer is an alternative renderer for Qt Quick 2 that uses the Raster paint engine to render the contents of the scene graph instead of OpenGL. As a result of not using OpenGL to render the scene graph, some features and optimizations are no longer available. Most Qt Quick 2 applications will run without modification though any attempts to use unsupported features will be ignored. By using the Qt Quick 2D Renderer it is now possible to run Qt Quick 2 applications on hardware and platforms that do not have OpenGL support.
opengl  compatibility  hardwaresupport  qt  library  unix  linux  remote  cli  tips  example  configuration  xorg  x11 
august 2018 by ezequiel
14.04 - Hibernate/Suspend doesnt work - Ask Ubuntu
my laptop and monitor display are getting black. After one or two seconds, the laptop and the monitor are showing the things they showed before again. So it doesn't get in hibernate.

The same thing is with:

$ sudo pm-suspend

I have never had a problem like that before, although I had a 14.04 installation before.
forumthread  2014  powermanagement  issue  workaround  linux  kernelmodule  tips  example  cli  sysadmin  ubuntu  debian  mint 
august 2018 by ezequiel
Since it’s inception Node.js has depended on the V8 JavaScript engine to provide code execution in the language we all know and love. The V8 JavaScript engine is a JavaScript VM written by Google for the Chrome browser. From the beginning, a primary goal of V8 was to make JavaScript fast, or at least — faster than the competition. For a highly dynamic, loosely typed language this is no easy feat. This piece is about the evolution of V8 and JS engines performance.
2017  javascript  performance  article  blogpost  node.js  internals  tech  example  links  comparison  oldversion 
august 2018 by ezequiel
DevelopmentGuide < Main < Wiki
Welcome to our humble project. In order to get your hands dirty as quickly and smoothly as possible, here follows our suggested approach!
development  build  links  howto  tips  guide  documentation  rockbox  linux  unix  windows  cli  example  macosx 
august 2018 by ezequiel
Use Git LFS with Bitbucket - Atlassian Documentation
Bitbucket Cloud supports the Large File Storage (LFS) extension for Git that speeds up the handling of large files. [...]
git  extension  howto  tips  configuration  linux  unix  windows  cli  example  links  bitbucket  guide 
august 2018 by ezequiel
Git - Rewriting History [git-scm v2]
Many times, when working with Git, you may want to revise your local commit history. One of the great things about Git is that it allows you to make decisions at the last possible moment.
git  cli  example  tips  guide  reference  tutorial  scm  howto 
august 2018 by ezequiel
Run an interactive bash subshell with initial commands without returning to the ("super") shell immediately - Server Fault
Q: [...] I want to do this on a single line. Once I exit the subshell, I should return back to the regular "super"shell without incident. There must be a way [...]
2013  forumthread  stackexchange  bash  cli  scripting  tips  example  unix  linux  shell 
july 2018 by ezequiel
scripting - Best/Easiest/Quickest way to get relative path between two files? - Stack Overflow
Q: [...] Is there some easy way (utility, script, snippet of code) to say "here's file A, here's file B, what is the relative path of file B in relation to file A?"
2009  forumthread  stackexchange  scripting  shell  python  example  tips  filesystem  cli  windows  unix  linux  macosx 
july 2018 by ezequiel
branch - How do I get all refs that point to a commit in git? - Stack Overflow
Q: Is there any way to get a list of refs (including tags, branches, and remotes) that point to a particular commit in git?
2013  forumthread  stackexchange  cli  git  example  tips  shell 
june 2018 by ezequiel
sync — AWS CLI 1.x Command Reference
Syncs directories and S3 prefixes. Recursively copies new and updated files from the source directory to the destination. Only creates folders in the destination if they contain one or more files.
amazon.aws  amazon.s3  cli  tool  reference  documentation  example  unix  linux  windows  macosx 
june 2018 by ezequiel
Switching to an IAM Role (AWS CLI) - AWS Identity and Access Management
[...] You can use a role to run an AWS CLI command when you are signed in as an IAM user. You can also use a role to run an AWS CLI command when you are signed in as an externally authenticated user (SAML or OIDC) that is already using a role. [...]
amazon.aws  cli  reference  documentation  howto  tips  configuration  unix  linux  example 
june 2018 by ezequiel
Setting the Mac hostname or computer name from the terminal | Smoke | Autodesk Knowledge Network
This article provides instructions on setting the hostname of a Mac OS X workstation from the terminal.
macosx  2014  howto  tips  sysadmin  example  blogpost  cli 
june 2018 by ezequiel
pylint - How do I create a pylintrc file - Stack Overflow
Q: I am running linux. Can I do something like pylint --generate-rcfile > .pylintrc and then make changes to the resulting .pylintrc file to override the default settings? And if so should it be in my ~/ directory or should I put it in .pylint.d?
2014  forumthread  stackexchange  tips  example  cli  configuration  tool  python 
may 2018 by ezequiel
python - Relative imports for the billionth time - Stack Overflow
Q: The forever-recurring question is this: With Windows 7, 32-bit Python 2.7.3, how do I solve this "Attempted relative import in non-package" message? I built an exact replica of the package on pep-0328: [...]
python  2013  tips  example  forumthread  stackexchange  windows  linux  unix  links 
may 2018 by ezequiel
Bucket Policy Examples - Amazon Simple Storage Service
This section presents a few examples of typical use cases for bucket policies. The policies use bucket and examplebucket strings in the resource value. To test these policies, you need to replace these strings with your bucket name. For information about access policy language, see Access Policy Language Overview.
amazon.aws  documentation  reference  api  rest.web  amazon.s3  example 
may 2018 by ezequiel
Return multiple items from a mocked function with Python's mock.
Return multiple items from a mocked function with Python's mock.
github  python  unittest  example  tips  test 
may 2018 by ezequiel
Installing PDN under Wine in Linux. - Paint.NET Discussion and Questions - paint.net Forum
Has anyone had any success installing PDN under Wine in Linux? I've tried multiple times with version 4.0.9 and even 3.5.11, with no luck at all. I thought v 4.0.9 would succeed, but it crashed while trying to install Dot.NET 4.6.1.
winecompatible  howto  tips  installation  example  wine  ubuntu  mint  linux  guide  forumthread  2016  software 
may 2018 by ezequiel
Delete or turn off your message history - Computer - Hangouts Help
When you delete your message history, this is deleted from Gmail and Hangouts on all your devices. Other people in the Hangout can still see the history. [...]
google  search  tips  documentation  reference  example  cloudcomputing  webapp 
may 2018 by ezequiel
How to write comments inside a JSON document - Quora
A: Comments in JSON are not semantically valid on purpose, but here's a common technique suggested by Douglas Crockford to annotate your JSON: [...]
2013  forumthread  json  example  tips  fileformats 
may 2018 by ezequiel
Getting "Brightside" (hot corners) to work ? [SOLVED] - Linux Mint Forums
Q: I am running LMDE2, but with XFCE, so this could be quite handy. I've got it installed (from the repos). and its running, but I can't seem to get it to do anything I want. Perhaps I am just missing something that I am not aware of. Be happy to hear from any who do have it running. [...]
gnome  xfce  linux  ubuntu  mint  desktop  configuration  tips  example  forumthread  2015  ui 
may 2018 by ezequiel
javascript - Browser: Identifier X has already been declared - Stack Overflow
Q: I am using ES6 with Babel in my project and I am getting an error when I declare one of my const [...]
2016  forumthread  stackexchange  javascript  browser  issue  workaround  tips  example  node.js 
may 2018 by ezequiel
mount - Ubuntu 12.04 Keyring broken "signature not found in user keyring perhaps try the - Ask Ubuntu
Q: So, for some reason i cant suddenly log into my main account, so i did alt+ctrl+f1 and saw the message "signature not found in user keyring perhaps try the interactive 'ecryptfs-mount-private'"
I can log into another account such as root without any issue how would i fix this issue?
2014  forumthread  stackexchange  ubuntu  ubuntu.precise  security  encryption  filesystem  linux  mount  sysadmin  cli  example  tips 
april 2018 by ezequiel
Disable networking for specific users - Ask Ubuntu
A: You can do that with iptables.
So to prevent the group Security from accessing the Internet the command would look something like this: [...]
firewall  security  linux  ubuntu  debian  mint  example  forumthread  stackexchange  2012  tips  sysadmin  networking 
april 2018 by ezequiel
[ubuntu] 16.04 network-manager-strongswan Missing GUI entry
Q: [...] Fresh install of 16.04 Desktop. Install network-manager-strongswan. No option to select strongswan when adding a new connection.
"Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP)" is the only option. [...]
issue  workaround  tips  example  configuration  sysadmin  networking  vpn  gnome  ubuntu  ubuntu.xenial  mint  forumthread  links 
march 2018 by ezequiel
Currying in JavaScript – Kristina Brainwave – Medium
Currying refers to the process of transforming a function with multiple arity into the same function with less arity. The curried effect is achieved by binding some of the arguments to the first function invoke, so that those values are fixed for the next invocation. Here’s an example of what a curried function looks like:
tags: javascript blogpost 2013 programming example tips
javascript  blogpost  2013  programming  example  tips 
march 2018 by ezequiel
16.04 - Installing and using universal-ctags instead of exuberant-ctags - Ask Ubuntu
Q: How could I switch from exuberant-ctags to universal-ctags. I am using Ubuntu 16.04 LTS and [...]
tags: ctags tool build howto example forumthread stackexchange 2016 tips
ctags  tool  build  howto  example  forumthread  stackexchange  2016  tips 
march 2018 by ezequiel
How can I display a JavaScript object? - Stack Overflow
Q: How do I display the content of a JavaScript object in a string format like when we alert a variable?
The same formatted way I want to display an object.
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march 2018 by ezequiel
JSLint Error Explanations
JSLint Error Explanations is designed to help you improve your JavaScript by understanding the sometimes cryptic error messages produced by JSLint, JSHint and ESLint, and teaching you how to avoid such errors.
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march 2018 by ezequiel
formatting - How to turn off JSLint indentation warnings? - Stack Overflow
Q: I find that JSLint produces lots of warnings of the form:
Expected 'foo' to have an indentation at X instead at Y. [...]
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march 2018 by ezequiel
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