Emacs setup for C++. I second this post since
lsp-ui are much more convenient than
rtags, notwithstanding the fact that they are easier to configure.
Always impressed when visiting Michael Betancourt’s website by the quality of his notebooks on bayesian statistics.
Here is a little screenshot of Emacs running in a Terminal (Nord theme if you ask).
I have no regret now that I took some time to reread this chapter on Mastering Eshell. A few days back, I decided to switch back to Doom Emacs and to use a very minimal configuration, which means no fancy zsh or bash terms, just plain Eshell.
Here is a handy script to automagically create and edit a new Hugo post from a Terminal:
#!/usr/bin/env bash set -e cd ~/Sites/aliquote POST="$1" DATE=$(date '+%Y-%m-%d-%H-%M-%S') if [ -z "$POST" ]; then read "Filename: " POST fi if [ "$POST" = "now" ]; then POST=$DATE fi hugo new "micro/$POST.md" ( sleep 0.2 && vim "$HOME/Sites/aliquote/content/micro/$POST.md" )
I’ve put this in my
~/local/bin directory, which is in my
TIL degit appears to be a good alternative to
git clone for project scaffolding (via Tom MacWright); Heroku won’t let you store flat files on their ‘ephemeral’ servers so easily–see the 12-factor app principles.
In the meantime, here is what I’ve been cooking a few minutes ago…
I’ve been pretty quite these past few days. It might even be a little longer if I don’t get back to writing online. Part of this distance comes from the fact that, first, I had to deal with side-effects of my medications; second, I’ve spent too much time fighting useless things; and, third, I have no obligation to publish anything anyway, which in a way suits me a lot (I keep writing on my paper notebooks, though).
Hot off the kitchen!
This is not the first time that I come across some king of ASCII- or OpenGL-based generative art using SBCL*, but @inconvergent’s work is amazing. Check out the Github repo as well if you like this kind of stuff.