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WoLpH / main.py
Last active Jan 18, 2018 — forked from jorenham/main.py
Best exception handling in Python
View main.py
import sys
import webbrowser
def main():
return 42/0
def excepthook(type_, value, traceback):
webbrowser.open_new_tab('https://stackoverflow.com/search?q=[python] {} {}'.format(type_, value))
View reload_chrome.sh
#!/bin/sh
exec <"$0" || exit; read v; read v; exec /usr/bin/osascript - "$@"; exit
-- the above is some shell trickery that lets us write the rest of
-- the file in plain applescript
-- Usage:
-- For a simple reload and nothing else:
-- # sh reload_chrome.sh
-- For a reload with activating a different app after (iTerm in this case):
-- # sh reload_chrome.sh iTerm
View multirater_kfree.py
# Author: Raynor Vliegendhart
# LICENSE: MIT
import numpy
def multirater_kfree_np(n_ij, n, k):
'''
Computes Randolph's free marginal multirater kappa for assessing the
reliability of agreement between annotators.
View clean-merged-branches.sh
#!/bin/sh
#/ Usage: clean-merged-branches [-f]
#/ Delete merged branches from the origin remote.
#/
#/ Options:
#/ -f Really delete the branches. Without this branches are shown
#/ but nothing is deleted.
#/ -n Dry-run, only show what would be removed.
set -e
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