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comment Is it possible to have emails at a registered domain without hosting?
Isn't Google Apps something you set up with a hosted solution?
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comment Is it possible to have emails at a registered domain without hosting?
Can you expand on what you mean by "Google doesn't recognize the domain"?
Apr
30
comment How do I access the application icon's context menu with AutoHotKey?
@Karan I'll try it out here shortly -- personally, I'd prefer a more abstract syntax than asking Windows for the handle and calling DLLs with this information.
Apr
30
comment How do I access the application icon's context menu with AutoHotKey?
Someone who shares my name came up with an alleged solution, but I feel like ten years is plenty of time for new syntax to have been introduced.
Jan
14
comment How do I test that a given mountpoint is mounted correctly?
Related: chat.stackexchange.com/transcript/message/19535018#19535018
Jan
14
comment How do I test that a given mountpoint is mounted correctly?
@ultrasawblade For NFS mounts, I think so. But this may not apply to CIFS mounts, for instance. I'm not sure.
Jan
13
comment How do I test that a given mountpoint is mounted correctly?
I fear this might truly be the case, but I'll wait for more exposure before I consider the case closed -- I'm curious to see if others have come up with various hacks around the problem. I see the logic in your point, but there are ways (e.g. for NFS, rpcinfo and showmount) to make very good guesses.
Jan
13
comment How can I determine the IP of a remote host in a shell script?
@Kenster the latter – alias resolving to different IP
Jan
13
comment How can I determine the IP of a remote host in a shell script?
I am very curious though -- can this answer be improved? It seems odd to me that I must use two calls to grep.
Dec
27
comment If I install a Linux VM, will I be able to work with ext filesystems from my Mac?
@barlop Well, now that I know it's possible, the how is a natural next step :) Thanks for the link!
Oct
20
comment Defining faces for syntax highlighting in Emacs
@lawlist The if is evaluated as one would immediately expect though; I simply use it as a quick-toggle construction. That is, it works when the test is t.
Oct
20
comment Defining faces for syntax highlighting in Emacs
@lawlist Well, I did include the [emacs] tag :( font-lock isn't one of them, as I recall
Oct
20
comment Defining faces for syntax highlighting in Emacs
@lawlist Good to know, thanks. I don't think that'd have an impact in this case though.
Oct
20
comment Defining faces for syntax highlighting in Emacs
@Downvoter, have the common courtesy to leave a suggestion as to how to make this question better. This is on-topic for this site.
Oct
20
comment Defining faces for syntax highlighting in Emacs
In fact, I just noticed that when using nil, all font lock fails.
Oct
17
comment Adding syntax highlighting for a comment section in Emacs
Related, before I ask another Q (in case it's another silly mistake like this...) - is there any reason it should work for this face? gist.github.com/vermiculus/6b2e6aad3c2ec14dc20d @Drew Ah, I suppose there's no (easy) way then to mark comment-only syntax.
Oct
17
comment Adding syntax highlighting for a comment section in Emacs
Thanks again. I did try to find a reference for the syntax of the regular expression here; since \\< isn't standard, there must be some documentation on it. I couldn't find it anywhere in the manual, however -- do you know where I should look?
Oct
17
comment Adding syntax highlighting for a comment section in Emacs
I thought for sure it was the comment-start in the syntax table. I'll try this asap, thanks
Oct
13
comment How can I properly interpret M4's $# variable without starting comment syntax in emacs?
@lawlist That's a partial fix: (modify-syntax-entry ?# "@" m4-mode-syntax-table) will work correctly for /^#.*$/, but will not work for /.*#.*$/ (as far as actual comment syntax is concerned).
Aug
8
comment How can I ask Org to copy CSS into the header?
might be of help: definitelyaplug.b0.cx/post/…