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I started learning web design to support my efforts as a singer/songwriter. I'm still doing that, but these days my actual job involves building intranet resources as well. My skillset is PHP, HTML, CSS, and Javascript (I'm a big fan of jQuery).


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comment Can I profile a DNS lookup in OSX?
I do mean localhost as you said. However, because I have several apps running locally, I access it via something like fooapp.local, which should be resolved to localhost. Our in-office DNS resolves that address to 127.0.0.1 and I also have an entry in /etc/hosts. Actually, two entries: one for IPv4 and one for IPv6.
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comment How Can I Speed Up Terminal.app or iTerm on Mac OSX?
What are these logs for? How are they different than shell history?
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comment Is there a fix for the “Too many open files in system” error on OS X 10.7.1?
@Cheeso - I think that the overall system limit (sysctl) or the launchd limit, whichever is lower, controls that.
Dec
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revised Is there a fix for the “Too many open files in system” error on OS X 10.7.1?
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accepted Vim: can I disable continuation of comments to the next line?
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comment Does Vim have something like <C-w> in insert mode which deletes back a Word?
This seems to work for me: imap <C-BS> <C-o>vBd. You seem to have more Vim-fu than I do. Do you see any downsides? If not, want to roll that into your solution?
Dec
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comment Does Vim have something like <C-w> in insert mode which deletes back a Word?
This is nice, but a little buggy. If my cursor is directly after whatever and I use it, I end up with r leftover. If my cursor is after whatever (after the space), it deletes the whole word but leaves two spaces after the previous word.
Dec
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answered Vim: Show the index of tabs in the tabline
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