John Mettraux, programmer
my "Open in Vim" OSX serviceen vim programming osx tools
Many times, when contemplating a grep or a rspec output, I wish I could wink at a certain line and make it open the target file at the appointed line.
zero indenten programming
As I wrote earlier, I don't use a debugger, lately I've started placing the
pp I use to help me develop at indentation zero, like this:
rufus-scheduler 3.3.0 releaseden rufus-scheduler ruby
patterns at Hiroshima Lightning Talksen
I gave a lightning talk about patterns at the Hiroshima Lightning Talks gathering.
rufus-scheduler 3.2.1 releaseden rufus-scheduler ruby
dot errors rspec custom formatteren ruby rspec
I work with two terminals side by side, a wide one of the left for running and an 80 columns one on the right for editing. The left one often gets hidden behind a browser window but I can easily bring it back with a keyboard shortcut.
vim :ListOlden vim
The initial version of this post was about a
ListOld function. After a few days, I changed my mind about it and rewrote as
ListFiles, including current buffers and recently opened files in a single "view". The original post is still visible.
radial and flonen flon
Books reference each other, directly or indirectly. You can now spend a life spidering from one book to the other.
familiarityen jp litterature "
A man should avoid displaying deep familiarity with any subject. Can one imagine a well-bred man talking with the airs of a know-it-all, even about a …"
banausic occupationsen xenophon philosophy "
Very good, Critobulus; for to be sure, the so-called banausic occupations are scorned and, naturally enough, held in low regard in our states. For they …"
munemo 1.0en ruby
released rufus-scheduler 3.2.0en ruby rufus-scheduler
blank in the thinkingen fr language
I'm an avid reader of Jacqueline de Romilly. She wrote a serie of essays about the health and the evolution of the french language. Here is a quote:
I don't use a debuggeren programming
I spiral around the problem with a test, the smallest test possible that demonstrates the symptom of the bug.
programmer arroganceen programming
My friend said to me: "to tell you the truth, I've never met a programmer who'd tell me good things about what another programmer built".
a world split aparten litterature "
If, as claimed by humanism, man were born only to be happy, he would not be born to die. Since his body is doomed to death, his task on earth evidently …"
stuff and fluffen workflow
"Stuff" is tangible. Examples of stuff: documents, business entities, mandates, folder.