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nnoremap <silent> <leader>X :<C-U>windo lclose <bar> cclose<CR>. This allows to automagically close the Quickfix or Loclist window, without worrying about which kind of window we deal with.
What’s even more surprising for Alex is the fact that his peers seem to be different. According to an extensive twitter and blog research he’s done in the past, the majority of developers find eternal happiness immediately after the perfect productivity setup is achieved. — Dev surprised his perfect vim/tmux/bash/xmonad setup doesn’t alleviate existential crisis
Lovely autocorrection by Git, although 0.1s is a bit too quick for me, especially when I don’t look at the screen (I often perform incremental commits using a combination of
git add . && git amend, where
amend is aliased to
amend = commit --amend --reuse-message=HEAD).
Currently reading Common Lisp by Example, and I feel like it is quite a good introduction to LISP in just under 60 pages.
Rust Language Cheat Sheet.
If you want a single piece of advice to reduce your bug count, it’s this: Re-read your code frequently. After writing a few lines of code (3 to 6 lines, a short block within a function), re-read them. That habit will save you more time than any other simple change you can make. — Don’t write bugs
Elements of C Style.
Go is simple to read, Rust is complicated, C++ is familiar, Zig looks promising but is too young to judge. — A “better C” benchmark