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require "benchmark"
require "colorize"
require "http"
require "spec/dsl"
class String
private PRIME_RK = 2097169u32
def index_old(search : String, offset = 0)
offset += size if offset < 0
MaxLap / rubocop.rb
Last active Nov 7, 2019 — forked from skanev/rubocop.rb
A Rubocop wrapper that checks only added/modified code
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#!/usr/bin/env ruby
# A sneaky wrapper around Rubocop that allows you to run it only against
# the recent changes, as opposed to the whole project. It lets you
# enforce the style guide for new/modified code only, as opposed to
# having to restyle everything or adding cops incrementally. It relies
# on git to figure out which files to check.
# Here are some options you can pass in addition to the ones in rubocop:
MaxLap / haml_helper.rb
Last active Dec 25, 2015
Helper to allow passing locales to :coffeescript filters and javascript filters if you wrap your javascript in (function() { ... without having to use interpolation, saving you against slow rendering on Windows servers.
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module HamlHelper
def coffee_with_locals locals={}, &block
# This helper will set locals as values inside of the :coffeescript filter that follows.
# Doing this instead of using regular interpolation allows haml to keep a compiled version of the CoffeeScript
# instead of having to compile on every render after the interpolation is applied. On Linux, the impact is
# negligible because V8 is fast, but Windows environments don't have this chance and page rendering can be slowed
# heavily from having to compile CoffeeScript.
block_content = capture_haml do
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