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trishume / etrace.el
Last active October 25, 2020 21:43
See new Github Repo version: - Emacs Latency Tracing for the Chromium Catapult Trace Event Format.
;; This gist has been superseded by a Github repo, new activity will
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;;; etrace.el --- Emacs Lisp Tracer -*- lexical-binding: t -*-
;; Released under the MIT license, Copyright Jane Street Group, LLC
;; This module modifies the instrumentation profiler included with
;; Emacs called "elp" to also record trace events for the beginning
;; and end of function calls, and provides a function to write out
;; those events in Chromium JSON trace format.
dotemacs / gist:5084820
Last active December 14, 2015 12:18
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gljeremy / disconnect.rb
Created September 21, 2011 14:03 — forked from tmcw/disconnect.rb
bulk-export run data from Garmin Connect
#!/usr/bin/env ruby
## disconnect
# ./disconnect.rb -u yourusername [-o /your/path] [-p yourhttpproxyserver]
# This is a command-line utility for the bulk-downloading of run data from
# the web application, which has lackluster export
# capabilities.
This example shows how to setup an environment running Rails 3 under 1.9.2 with a 'rails3' gem set.
∴ rvm update --head
# ((Open a new shell)) or do 'rvm reload'
# If you do not already have the ruby interpreter installed, install it:
∴ rvm install 1.9.2
# Switch to 1.9.2-head and gemset rails3, create if it doesn't exist.
∴ rvm --create use 1.9.2@rails3