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dabrahams / Dispatch.swift
Created Apr 25, 2020
Post-hoc specialized behavior based on refinement
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/// A repository of functionality depending on the conformances of `Model`.
/// Conditional conformances provide implementation functions that take a
/// generic argument type with the safe assumption that the argument's concrete
/// type is `Model`.
struct Dispatch<Model> {
/// Returns `f(a as! Model) as! R1`
/// Used by implementation functions to avoid the clutter of casting
/// explicitly.
victor-shepardson /
Last active Mar 20, 2021
using pycuda and glumpy to draw pytorch GPU tensors to the screen without copying to host memory
from contextlib import contextmanager
import numpy as np
import torch
from torch import Tensor, ByteTensor
import torch.nn.functional as F
from torch.autograd import Variable
import pycuda.driver
from import graphics_map_flags
from glumpy import app, gloo, gl
gbaman /
Last active May 11, 2021
Simple guide for setting up OTG modes on the Raspberry Pi Zero, the fast way!

Setting up Pi Zero OTG - The quick way (No USB keyboard, mouse, HDMI monitor needed)

More details -

For this method, alongside your Pi Zero, MicroUSB cable and MicroSD card, only an additional computer is required, which can be running Windows (with Bonjour, iTunes or Quicktime installed), Mac OS or Linux (with Avahi Daemon installed, for example Ubuntu has it built in).
1. Flash Raspbian Jessie full or Raspbian Jessie Lite onto the SD card.
2. Once Raspbian is flashed, open up the boot partition (in Windows Explorer, Finder etc) and add to the bottom of the config.txt file dtoverlay=dwc2 on a new line, then save the file.
3. If using a recent release of Jessie (Dec 2016 onwards), then create a new file simply called ssh in the SD card as well. By default SSH i

markoa / wordpressxml2jekyll.rb
Created Jan 4, 2010
Script to export posts from a Wordpress XML file to Jekyll (Textile) files. Collects comments in a YAML file too.
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#!/usr/bin/env ruby
# Input: WordPress XML export file.
# Outputs: a series of Textile files ready to be included in a Jekyll site,
# and comments.yml which contains all approved comments with metadata which
# can be used for a Disqus import.
require 'rubygems'
require 'hpricot'
require 'clothred'