If somebody would ever think to create a syntax highlighter based on Vim’s highlight groups, they could theoretically use my new plugin called synner.vim to extract tokens and let Vim do all the hard work. 🤷♂️
Also, call out jokes that normalize working on weekends.
Don’t work weekends.
Joking aside, window.css has been great for a project I’ve been working on.
This gif was created by stitching together screenshots of HTML pages with
<pre> tags, which were generated by converting a byte stream recorded from the terminal to HTML using ANSI escape sequences.
✨ https://github.com/jeffkreeftmeijer/window.css ✨
Not too fond of this new terminal. The formatting is off, and running commands takes long enough for me to wonder if somebody went off to manually find the results.
expected "Contents (last 10 lines):\n" to match "Contents (last 10 lines):" Diff: <The diff is empty, are your objects producing identical `#inspect` output?>
Pro tip: don’t buy board games with translated rulebooks. Our Dutch version of Pandemic Legacy Season two uses the Dutch word for “every” instead of “any” at least once, which tripped us up tonight.
$ git commit -m 'kill -9 50 times'
Well, let’s see if this works.
I’m not sure I fully recovered from that article yesterday, but today has been better. How’s yours? :)
“Despite the pandemic, it was a record-setting year for the world’s wealthiest—with a $5 trillion surge in wealth and an unprecedented number of new billionaires.”
Accidentally read part of an article about the updated billionaires list. How’s your day going?
Nope, you’re doing great! 👍
Accidentally came to work. 🤦♂️
Providing technical support is mostly an exercise in first principles thinking.
Oh, that’s always great to hear, thanks! Doing well, hope you are too! :)
Thanks! That should be Apple’s SF Mono, which is the default in Terminal.app on macOS.
“We are using here a powerful strategy of synthesis: wishful thinking.”
$ networksetup -setairportpower en0 off
Enough of this. I’m making pizza. 🍕
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