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Oct
20
comment How to override a keybinding in Emacs org-mode
Excellent! works perfectly!
Aug
23
comment digicert secure server ca signed by unknown authority mac os
Brilliant. That was it.
Aug
23
comment Why won't OS X trust GitHub's SSL certificate?
I've got a related issue: superuser.com/questions/802086/…
Aug
21
comment Why won't OS X trust GitHub's SSL certificate?
Restarting the browser is key!
Jul
28
comment After visiting Fiji (on the dateline), and then going back in time, can't access github.com
blog.digicert.com/expired-intermediate-certificate -- Apparently a problem for many!
Jul
28
comment evil-mode '>' evil-shift-left loses selection
That rocks! Just tried it. Love it!
Jul
28
comment After visiting Fiji (on the dateline), and then going back in time, can't access github.com
Time on Mac is set automatically based on IP and it's correct. I'm having problems with some some other sites, but not most https are OK. And Safari is OK.
Jul
28
comment After visiting Fiji (on the dateline), and then going back in time, can't access github.com
I did try clearing the browser cache and cookies for the last 4 weeks and that did not work. I suspect the problem is going back dates due to the timezone switch.
Feb
23
comment How do I convert an SVG to a PDF on Linux
Will this convert to a cmyk color space?
Dec
14
comment How to run “time” on a function in zsh
Nice. THanks for the help.
Dec
6
comment Any way to get list of functions defined in zsh (like alias command for aliases)
1) most current zsh, 2) function __rvm_checksum_read runs, and returns error code 1
Dec
6
comment Any way to get list of functions defined in zsh (like alias command for aliases)
_checksum_sha512="$( "$rvm_scripts_path/db" "$rvm_path/config/sha512" "$_name" | head -n 1 )" [[ -n "${_checksum_sha512:-}" ]] || _checksum_sha512="$( "$rvm_scripts_path/db" "$rvm_user_path/sha512" "$_name" | head -n 1 )" __rvm_checksum_none || return 0 done return 1 fi done fi done }
Dec
6
comment Any way to get list of functions defined in zsh (like alias command for aliases)
__rvm_checksum_read () { __rvm_checksum_none || return 0 typeset _type _value _name typeset -a _list list=() for _name in "$@" do list+=("$_name") if [[ "$_name" =~ "?" ]] then repeat st do if then for _name in "${list[@]}" do _checksum_md5="$( "$rvm_scripts_path/db" "$rvm_path/config/md5" "$_name" | head -n 1 )" [[ -n "${_checksum_md5:-}" ]] || _checksum_md5="$( "$rvm_scripts_path/db" "$rvm_user_path/md5" "$_name" | head -n 1 )"
Dec
6
comment Any way to get list of functions defined in zsh (like alias command for aliases)
3) which __rvm_checksum_read hangs as well. Contents are:
Dec
6
comment Any way to get list of functions defined in zsh (like alias command for aliases)
functions > /tmp/foo also hangs, with the last bit being written as "__rvm_checksum_read () {". I'm guessing that method must have some characters that zsh doesn't like.
Dec
5
comment Any way to get list of functions defined in zsh (like alias command for aliases)
terminal has the same issue as item 2. The answer below is AWESOME. While I'd like to know why the terminal hangs just using the 'functions' command (even when piped to less), does it matter? Any reason this will cause issues?
Dec
5
comment Any way to get list of functions defined in zsh (like alias command for aliases)
What if I want to get the functions list (not full declarations)? If I unfunction that method, another __rvm_curl also has issues.
Nov
21
comment ZSH tab completion of git commands is very slow. How can I turn it off?
This did not work for me. I'm loading the following oh-my-zsh plugins: plugins=(git gitfast last-working-dir zeus). I loaded the above function after the plugins.
Jun
16
comment How to collect all media file in a mac directory structure?
It would be great to list the pros and cons of those, especially with external USB drives with huge numbers of files.
Jun
5
comment MacOS X: How to have a handy “Open this folder in iTerm” shortcut?
I concur -- seems to work perfectly. Download zip. Drag application to Applications folder to install. Drag application to finder toolbar for the handy shortcut.