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It's better to fiddle with code than to code with fiddles ;-)


Aug
22
answered Xorg compose key without losing valuable key / bypass mode?
Feb
6
comment Custom Commands in ZSH
@PatrickCUDO: it's highly unlikely a reboot is necessary. Maybe restarting a new instance of zsh is necessary in some situations, but perhaps even 'source ~/.zshrc' will make running shells adopt the new configuration. In general, requiring a reboot happens very rarely on *nix systems.
Feb
4
awarded  Scholar
Feb
4
comment What's the most useful Linux file system for storing videos?
Given the widespread use of ext4 and it's (presumably) relatively small complexity as a delta on top of ext3, I think it makes sense to assume it's the most bug free. Thanks for your answer :-)
Feb
4
accepted What's the most useful Linux file system for storing videos?
Feb
2
comment What's the most useful Linux file system for storing videos?
@Celada: that's what I thought. I'm no dm-crypt expert; I take it that it operates on the block device level and so any file system goes. If performance is not a problem no matter my (reasonable) pick, that leaves optimizing reliability/stability. (1) Am I right so far? (2) Do you have any suggestions regarding reliability? (Yeah, no RAID)
Feb
2
asked What's the most useful Linux file system for storing videos?
Jan
21
awarded  Student
Jan
18
comment Vim: wrap/indent/prefix mail lines with “alice> ” and “bob> ”
It's probably something like that I mean. Aside: it was bugging me that mail-mode (err, ft=mail) already knows to do what I want wrt. the string "> ". I think it ought to be a simple matter to temporarily override that string, especially when it's for a relatively common use case. Do you know where I would dig up stuff on that?
Jan
17
comment Vim: wrap/indent/prefix mail lines with “alice> ” and “bob> ”
It's on my long todo list :) What's the key sequence for calculating the next textwidth and setting it accordindly? Don't I need to write some kind of script?
Jan
17
comment Vim: wrap/indent/prefix mail lines with “alice> ” and “bob> ”
1. I don't know much about vim macro coding; and 2. I would think something like that was built-in. The big-oh is a way of counting stuff, with fuzz of a fairly precise type and amount---in this case keystrokes rather than CPU operations, but so what? Okay, you may argue that I'm overly specific in talking about counts at all, but I think the big-oh is a reasonable way of being overly specific ;-)
Jan
17
answered Vim: wrap/indent/prefix mail lines with “alice> ” and “bob> ”
Jan
17
asked Vim: wrap/indent/prefix mail lines with “alice> ” and “bob> ”
Nov
9
awarded  Teacher
Nov
9
awarded  Autobiographer
Nov
9
answered Command line browser with js support