I haven't had much time to write a serious wall of text to go with the code in the article, but the code seems complete enough to deploy from at the moment. Read more for the rest of the story of that code.Read more...
I'm finally going to try and exercise the code highlighting feature of Markdown in Wheat! Get ready... here goes:
curl -s "$API/users/yebyenw/$JSON?$TOKEN" > 20-minutes.json
The README file above is an executable (bash script), meant to be run by cron job. It runs curl and a ruby script, instead of any ruby HTTP library. Much easier than adding Rails. It serves a small purpose and has few dependencies. Just reading a JSON file and parsing its data. My JSON is already up to 64k.
49 10 * * * cd ~/go-work/beeminute; ./README
Mohela, Mint, Beeminute, Credit Cards, Student Loan, Email; all of these consume my attention for a minimum of 10 minutes a day, lacking a team of robots to keep track and bring me those important regular status reports.Read more...
Normal behavior when running vere on an already active pier is to bring down the ships of the running vere and start again at its last saved checkpoint.
When re-running an (old, stopped) image in docker of an active (running) pier or ship, you could encounter problems since the serial of the arvo checkpoints in the old image is (potentially) behind the latest serial of the running pier.Read more...
This article is about code-completion with go, vim, YouCompleteMe, and alternatives. (The alternatives are, so far, just for go. YCM is for many languages.)Read more...