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Nov
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comment Migrating from cmd to mac
Links I found useful for learning about launchd and launchctl: dustin.github.com/2010/02/28/running-processes.html, alvinalexander.com/mac-os-x/…, alvinalexander.com/mac-os-x/…. Also, if you are a Ruby person, check out Mike Perham's lunchy.
Nov
1
answered Building Vim with rbenv and Command-T on OSX
Nov
1
comment Building Vim with rbenv and Command-T on OSX
@romainl No, it isn't if you want to build vim with support for options not included by MacVim.
Nov
1
comment vim: how do I view my history of yanks and deletions?
@NoamGagliardi That book is mediocre at best (not the norm for O'Reilly). I highly recommend Practical Vim.
Oct
31
revised vim: how do I view my history of yanks and deletions?
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31
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Oct
31
answered vim: how do I view my history of yanks and deletions?
Oct
25
revised Ctrl-e and Ctrl-a not working on Ubuntu Hardy?
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Aug
12
comment TextMate file type association
@umassthrower Thanks for letting me know that. I generalized too quickly. Updated the answer to make that clearer.
Aug
12
revised TextMate file type association
Update to clarify where the fileTypes section will be
Aug
1
revised VIM with iA Writer type formatting?
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Aug
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revised Remove VIM search highlight
`nnoremap` is better than `nmap`
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May
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comment How to remove the Ubuntu Gnome desktop after making the switch to KDE?
@BloodyIron To be honest, I'm not sure. I don't think the Ubuntu Software Centre existed the last time I used Ubuntu. I'm more comfortable with the command-line tools (and Debian), but there may be a GUI or Ubuntu-specific way to do it as well.
Apr
29
comment sh: time command not found
Check man time and see if your implementation of time lacks the -p flag. That said, even if the flag was the problem, the error should then be -p: command not found not time not found. All that said, are you sure your system's sh is pointing to bash? If you're on some operating systems, it may be dash. (Again, not sure that helps unless dash lacks a time built-in and you have no separate time command.)