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awarded  Critic
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comment Installing leksah from source
It's worth noting that because the language is so terse and well-designed most haskellers actually don't use IDEs (which Leksah claims to be) - the text editors are preferred. I've been using SumlimeText + SublimeHaskell for quite some time now and am pretty much satisfied. The only thing that's missing is refactoring capabilities, but don't expect that from Leksah either.
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awarded  Commentator
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accepted Linux drive automount point path conventions
Oct
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comment Sublime Text, getting configuration under version control
@MahmoudAl-Qudsi I've been using Dropbox+Git very heavily for a past year, switching between a dozen of systems and a lot of projects, and I can say that I haven't had a single bad experience with it. It's proven itself to be absolutely stable in that sense. So all the problems you've experienced with it have probably been fixed for at least a year now.
Apr
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comment Linux drive automount point path conventions
Thanks, Daniel. It's a pity though we haven't found any strict convention. I think there's a huge lack of them in Linux world because currently "Whatever suits you" is a prevalent answer on too many subjects.
Apr
27
comment Linux drive automount point path conventions
It is really dependent on partitions being mounted to /media - here are some proofs: ubuntuforums.org/showpost.php?p=6640389&postcount=2, askubuntu.com/a/22218/21338. So basically it all boils down to either mount them to /media/[Name] and do a bunch of unconventional configuration or just mount them to /mnt/[Name]. I think we have a winner here.
Apr
27
comment Linux drive automount point path conventions
As I said before the point of this operation was to make those partitions mounted permanently. This would imply that symlinking to paths on them would be safe and stuff. I don't want to unmount them ever. Think of that as if you had a partition mounted to say a /home folder - would you want it to be possible to unmount? Now I have a lot of those partitions and when they appear in the same lists as temporarily inserted flash drives, they firstly become easy to unmount by accident and secondly make working with those flash drives harder. Btw, Ubuntu also displays those partitions in launcher.
Apr
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comment Linux drive automount point path conventions
There's a bit of a problem. The partitions mounted to the /media/... path get listed in the unmountable list in Nautilus. I think that's because of /media/... being implied to be used for temporary mounts only. So this solution opens other issues, sigh.
Apr
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comment Linux drive automount point path conventions
Oh, media... Forgot about that ) Yes, your solution seems to be pretty reasonable. I'll accept it as an answer if no one has it beaten any time soon. Thanks!
Apr
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asked Linux drive automount point path conventions
Apr
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comment Sublime Text, getting configuration under version control
@MahmoudAl-Qudsi Firstly, what does it have to do with my answer and secondly why not?
Apr
22
comment How to open files in new window?
Ubuntu 12.04 beta and Mint 12, both running Nautilus as file manager
Apr
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answered Sublime Text, getting configuration under version control
Apr
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asked How to open files in new window?
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accepted Replacing HTTP responses from a specific URL in Windows
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answered Replacing HTTP responses from a specific URL in Windows