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@tanyuan
tanyuan / smart-caps-lock.md
Last active Nov 16, 2019
Smart Caps Lock: Remap Caps Lock to Control AND Escape
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Smart Caps Lock: Remap to Control AND Escape (Linux, Mac, Windows)

Caps Lock 變成智慧的 Control 以及 Escape

  • 單獨輕按一下就是 Escape
  • 若按下時同時按著其他鍵,就會是 Control

這應該是 Vim 和 Emacs 的最佳解了!(Emacs? Bash 的快捷鍵就是 Emacs 系列的)

  • Send Escape if you tap Caps Lock alone.
View image.clj
;; depends on [org.imgscalr/imgscalr-lib "4.2"]
(ns XXX.image
(:refer-clojure :exclude [read])
(:require [clojure.java.io :as io])
(:import [org.imgscalr Scalr Scalr$Method Scalr$Mode]
[java.awt Image]
[java.awt.image RenderedImage BufferedImageOp]
[javax.imageio ImageIO ImageWriter ImageWriteParam IIOImage]
@jcheng5
jcheng5 / README.md
Last active Aug 7, 2019
Installing R-devel on Solaris 10 VM
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As far as CRAN is concerned, there are two flavors of R on Solaris: one that is built using the Solaris Studio compiler, and one that is built using the GNU/gcc toolchain. The latter is far more up-to-date, but if your package requires it, then your DESCRIPTION file must declare that with the line SystemRequirements: GNU make.

These instructions are for configuring, building, and installing R-devel using the GNU/gcc toolchain (only).

You'll need VMWare Fusion on Mac, or VMWare Workstation (?) on Windows/Linux.

Get Solaris VM

Download the Solaris VM provided by Jeroen Ooms: https://github.com/jeroen/solarisvm

@wch
wch / remote_repl.R
Last active Aug 7, 2019
Remote R REPL app with httpuv
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library(httpuv)
PORT <- 7000
app <- list(
call = function(req) {
page(req)
},
onWSOpen = function(ws) {
ws$onMessage(function(binary, message) {
@jcheng5
jcheng5 / create_forked_task.R
Last active Jun 26, 2019
Concurrent, forked, cancellable tasks in Shiny
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library(shiny)
# Also uses parallel, shinyjs, tools
# Create a long-running task, executed in a forked process. (Doesn't work on Windows)
#
# The return value is a promise-like object with three
# methods:
# - completed(): FALSE initially, then TRUE if the task succeeds,
# fails, or is cancelled. Reactive, so when the state changes
# any reactive readers will invalidate.
@spullara
spullara / ReflectTest.java
Created Dec 25, 2011
Invokedynamic all in one example
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package indy;
import java.lang.invoke.CallSite;
import java.lang.invoke.ConstantCallSite;
import java.lang.invoke.MethodHandle;
import java.lang.invoke.MethodHandles;
import java.lang.invoke.MethodType;
import java.lang.reflect.Constructor;
import org.objectweb.asm.ClassWriter;
@josephholsten
josephholsten / sizeup.lua
Last active Mar 12, 2019
SizeUp in Hammerspoon
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-- === sizeup ===
--
-- SizeUp emulation for hammerspoon
--
-- To use, you can tweak the key bindings and the margins
local sizeup = { }
--------------
-- Bindings --
@tyluRp
tyluRp / pkg_size.R
Last active Feb 12, 2019
Check the size of an R package or project
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# Check Package Size
#
# Thanks to Alan Dipert for the help with this one.
#
# This function is used to calculate size of package and report size in
# README.md
pkg_size <- function(package) {
root <- find.package(package)
rel_paths <- list.files(root, all.files = TRUE, recursive = TRUE)
abs_paths <- file.path(root, rel_paths)
@wch
wch / proxy.R
Last active Feb 22, 2018
Quick and dirty HTTP proxy in R
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library(curl)
library(httpuv)
req_rook_to_curl <- function(req, host) {
# browser()
# Rename headers. Example: HTTP_CACHE_CONTROL => Cache-Control
r <- as.list(req)
# Uncomment to print out request headers
cat("== Original ==\n")
View llvmlisp.cpp
/* A Trivial LLVM LISP
* Copyright (C) 2008-2009 David Robillard <dave@drobilla.net>
*
* Parts from the Kaleidoscope tutorial <http://llvm.org/docs/tutorial/>
* by Chris Lattner and Erick Tryzelaar
*
* This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
* it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
* the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
* (at your option) any later version.
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