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View jira_post_receive.rb
#!/usr/bin/env ruby
# Update JIRA with git commit messages
# == Usage ==
# To update a JIRA issue, prepend the first line of your git commit message
# with the issue key and a colon:
# $ git commit -m "GIT-1: Updates something"
View jQuery.twtShrt.js
* Make a form field shorten text as you type
* Made for keeping tweets < 140 chrs
* Usage: $('textarea').twtShrt();
* @author dave1010
jQuery.fn.twtShrt = function() {
var o = [
"seriously","have to", "what is", "done", "oh my god", "oh my gosh", "face to face", "for the win", "for the loss", "in real life", "your mileage may vary", "best regards", "joint venture", "let me know", "not safe for work", "are you ok", "tomorrow", "as soon as possible", "be right back", "be back later", "be back soon", "at the moment", "by the way", "in my honest opinion", "tata for now", "as known as", "also known as", "see you later", "see you", "for your information", "in my opinion", "too good to be true", "best friends forever", "best friend forever", "best friends", "best friend", "definitely", "been", "hello", "i am", "night", "when", "some", "to", "speak", "you", "your", "for", "friend", "people", "see", "be", "and", "&", "anyone", "because", "are", "bate", "date", "fate", "great", "hate", "late", "mate",
ryanb / github_tree_slider.js
Created Dec 6, 2010
This is how GitHub's new AJAX file browser works.
View github_tree_slider.js
GitHub.TreeSlider = function () {
if (window.history && window.history.pushState) {
function a() {
if (e.sliding) {
e.sliding = false;
if (!($("#slider").length == 0 || !GitHub.shouldSlide)) if (!navigator.userAgent.match(/(iPod|iPhone|iPad)/)) {
subtleGradient / git-jira
Created Dec 17, 2010
Jira CLI with git config support! + stuff
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#!/usr/bin/env bash
# Author: Thomas Aylott <>
# Usage:|
# git-jira getIssue
# git-jira getComments
# Notes:|
# This expects you to use branch names like "thomas/HUE-123-Make-Things-Awesomer" or "tom-HUE-321-code-stuff"
BRANCH_NAME="$(git symbolic-ref HEAD|sed 's/refs\/heads\///')"
TICKET_ID="$(echo "$BRANCH_NAME"|sed -E 's/^.*[/-]([A-Z]+-[0-9]+).*$/\1/')"
CHH / .gitignore
Created Aug 2, 2011
PHP Templating Engine with bindable $this support in 53 LOC
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dave1010 /
Created Aug 18, 2011
The WordPress Way - The 10 rules of WordPress development

The WordPress Way

A tongue-in-cheek look at coding standards in the WordPress core and the average WordPress plugin.

  1. # Declare variables global - in case they're going to be used again
  2. All function/method parameters should be strings (e.g. 'yes'/'no') - for clarity
  3. Functions and methods should return mixed types
  4. No need to separate PHP logic from HTML, JS or CSS
  5. Don't worry about PHP Notices - they're not important
UnderpantsGnome / pre-commit
Last active Sep 27, 2015
My pre-commit hook
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debug=`git diff --cached | grep -C 2 -E '+\s*And (open|show me the page|save_and_open_page)'`
pry=`git diff --cached | grep -C 2 -E 'binding.pry'`
debugger=`git diff --cached | grep -C 2 debugger`
console_log=`git diff --cached | grep -C 2 console.log`
conflicts=`git diff --cached | grep -C 2 -E '<<<|>>>'`
if [ -n "$debug" ]; then
echo "debugging statements added in this commit"
dave1010 / htaccess
Created Dec 14, 2011
HTTP Status Cats Apache (htaccess) config
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# HTTP Status Cats
# Apache (htaccess) config created by @dave1010
# Licensed CC BY 2.0
# Images CC BY 2.0, from GirlieMac's photostream:
# Usage: copy save this file as .htaccess or add it to your httpd.conf
ErrorDocument 404 '<a href="" title="404 - Not Found by GirlieMac, on Flickr"><img src="" width="500" height="400" alt="404 - Not Found"></a>'
winhamwr /
Created Jun 4, 2012
Creating a repeatable, dynamic site to site VPN with OpenSwan on Ubuntu 10.04 from Amazon EC2

Creating a dynamic site-to-site VPN with OpenSwan on Ubuntu 10.04 on EC2

Wes Winham

There are many tutorials floating around the web that almost get you a dynamic VPN in EC2. The goal of this tutorial is to be a one-stop-shop for this specific setup.

endocrimes /
Last active Aug 29, 2015
Objective-C style guide

My Objective-C Style guide

This style guide outlines the coding conventions that I try to stick to when writing Objective-C. I'm posting it here mostly as a brain dump and easy reference for the future, and to formalise it a little more.

It's pretty similar to that of the NYTimes. This document is mostly a customised version of that, you should go check theirs out!

Useful Resources

If you're looking to see some of the reasons behind some choices, or for something I haven't covered, look at the sites below, Apples documentation is pretty great.