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# Gist example of IB wrapper ...
#
# Download API from http://interactivebrokers.github.io/#
#
# Install python API code /IBJts/source/pythonclient $ python3 setup.py install
#
# Note: The test cases, and the documentation refer to a python package called IBApi,
# but the actual package is called ibapi. Go figure.
#
# Get the latest version of the gateway:
@LukeSmithxyz
LukeSmithxyz / urlview.md
Last active Dec 13, 2020
Following Terminal Links with URLview
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Following Terminal Links with URLview

Link handling

Specify what you want urlview to open your links with in ~/.urlview after COMMAND. I.e. the line below will make urlview open all urls in Firefox.

COMMAND firefox
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# Gist example of IB wrapper ...
#
# Download API from http://interactivebrokers.github.io/#
#
# Install python API code /IBJts/source/pythonclient $ python3 setup.py install
#
# Note: The test cases, and the documentation refer to a python package called IBApi,
# but the actual package is called ibapi. Go figure.
#
# Get the latest version of the gateway:
@manasthakur
manasthakur / plugins.md
Last active Feb 26, 2021
Managing plugins in Vim
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Managing plugins in Vim: The basics

Let's say the plugin is at a GitHub URL https://github.com/manasthakur/foo. First get the plugin by either cloning it (git clone https://github.com/manasthakur.foo.git) or simply downloading it as a zip (from its GitHub page).

Adding a plugin in Vim is equivalent to adding the plugin's code properly into its runtimepath (includes the $HOME/.vim directory by default). For example, if the layout of a plugin foo is as follows:

foo/autoload/foo.vim
foo/plugin/foo.vim
@miguelmota
miguelmota / README.md
Last active Dec 27, 2020
Multiple accounts with Mutt E-Mail Client (gmail example)
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How to set up multiple accounts with Mutt E-mail Client

Thanks to this article by Christoph Berg

Instructions

Directories and files

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@rxaviers
rxaviers / gist:7360908
Last active Mar 5, 2021
Complete list of github markdown emoji markup
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championofblocks / wav-mp3
Last active Jan 27, 2021
Command line bash to convert all wav to mp3
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for i in *.wav; do lame -b 320 -h "${i}" "${i%.wav}.mp3"; done
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Overbryd / path-in-mac-osx-10.7.mdown
Created Jan 24, 2012
Correcting $PATH in MacOSX 10.7 for homebrew
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$PATH in MacOSX 10.7

MacOSX has a truly global path setting that precedes any other setting like ~/.bash_profile. The file /private/etc/paths is a list of pathnames. The order from top to bottom defines the resulting order in the $PATH variable. After loading /private/etc/paths there is a directory /private/etc/paths.d/ with files in the same style. Those are appended to the $PATH variable.

The default content of /private/etc/paths looks like this:

/usr/bin
/bin