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Last active June 7, 2020 09:57
Ajv issue - IPv4 address satisfies 'hostname' format (
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Last active May 21, 2020 06:18
gitbeaker - bug report - reproduction -

Bug report at jdalrymple/gitbeaker#832.

To reproduce the bug:

$ npm install

$ export GITLAB_TOKEN=xxx
$ export GITLAB_PROJECT_ID=xxx
$ msu install-many mods.txt # assuming the file 'mods.txt' list some modules
$ msu upgrade # this upgrades 'msu' to latest release
$ msu nuke # this removes msu from this machine
GochoMugo /
Last active January 18, 2016 11:41
Mackup configuration file for Remindme

Once you have created a remindme.cfg with the contents as shown in the file, place it in ~/.mackup.

Now, trigger a backup:

$ mackup backup
GochoMugo /
Last active June 6, 2016 16:47

Keybase proof

I hereby claim:

  • I am GochoMugo on github.
  • I am mugo ( on keybase.
  • I have a public key whose fingerprint is C11B 1DE3 B886 975F 3E1D 5524 7B6A 01CB 57AA 39E4

To claim this, I am signing this object:

GochoMugo /
Last active October 14, 2020 20:53
Node.js Debug Package as a Dev-Dependency

The [debug][debug] module for Node.js is one of the most useful utilities when it comes to high-level debugging. The only problem with using it, would that the module eventually becomes a hard dependency in your project. Your project will NOT run if the package is not installed despite the fact that it is only needed in development mode.

One way to work around this to have a dummy function used in place of the real debug function, when users are in production mode.

var debug = process.env.DEBUG ? require("debug")("MyProject:Server") : function() {};

This way, the module is only loaded when the DEBUG environment variable is set. Therefore, the package can be added as a devDependency to the project's package.json rather than as a dependency.

GochoMugo /
Created August 12, 2014 16:15
Installing Intel XDK on Debian Wheezy (64-bit)

XDK Installation on Debian Wheezy (64-bit)

After installing the XDK, you may realize that it will NOT start. This is due to libc issues with the Node-webkit version installed along with the XDK. To solve this issue, we need to install a compatible version (easy way) or build the lastest node-webkit on our machine.

I only know of the easy way :-). So here it is.

Easy Way

  1. Install the XDK, if you have NOT. Take note of where it is installed. Most probably it will be:
import smtplib, os
from email import Encoders
from email.Utils import COMMASPACE, formatdate
from email.MIMEText import MIMEText
from email.MIMEBase import MIMEBase
from email.MIMEMultipart import MIMEMultipart
import argparse
import sys

Compiling v8 and Hello, World Example on Mac OSX Mavericks (10.9.4)

by Keith Rosenberg (netpoetica)

Note: do this in some sort of project/ directory that makes sense. depot_tools are going to need to be in your path, so you may want to install them somewhere you are comfortable with.

1) Get the v8 source

git clone

2) Install depot tools

GochoMugo / Sticky-Navbar.markdown
Created July 7, 2014 06:19