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daybreaker / dlemoji.rb
Last active Jan 10, 2020
Download and Zip your slack emoji
View dlemoji.rb
# gem install slack-ruby-client rubyzip
# run with: ruby dlemoji.rb
require 'rubygems'
require 'zip'
require 'slack-ruby-client'
require 'open-uri'
token = 'your slack api token'
directory = '/<absolute/path/to>/emoji/' # The emoji directory must exist, and be empty.
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daybreaker / reactions.rb
Last active Aug 31, 2020
Ruby script to check slack reaction counts
View reactions.rb
require 'slack-ruby-client' # first, make sure you do: gem install slack-ruby-client
require 'date'
# Add your Slack API token here
token = [YOUR TOKEN HERE]
Slack.configure do |config|
config.token = token
end
View reaction_count.rb
require 'slack-ruby-client'
require 'byebug'
require 'date'
def count_words(string)
words = string.split(' ')
frequency = Hash.new(0)
words.each { |word| frequency[word.downcase] += 1 }
frequency
end
View gist:de834476c6d398da46610240e0cc2b06
490 -- +1
125 -- 100
120 -- eyes
105 -- clapping
101 -- nice
98 -- ditto
80 -- joy
69 -- heart
67 -- white_check_mark
57 -- nugget
View gist:ab6dbbd8c124cc96bbe05023e3cac455
951 -- joy
746 -- clapping
493 -- heart
454 -- ditto
450 -- +1
387 -- 100
249 -- revelry
192 -- nice
190 -- tada
160 -- wave
View gist:5799336
{
:songkick_id=>"147918",
:videos=>[
{"title"=>"Radio Birdman - New Race", "url"=>"http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x9js5b_radio-birdman-new-race_music", "site"=>"dailymotion.com", "date_found"=>"2013-04-16T00:00:00", "image_url"=>"https://s2-ssl.dmcdn.net/trGO.jpg", "id"=>"710c28f7f2c45e4f570412ee586cd412"},
{"title"=>"Radio Birdman - Aloha Steve & Danno", "url"=>"http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x113dd_radio-birdman-aloha-steve-danno_music", "site"=>"dailymotion.com", "date_found"=>"2013-04-16T00:00:00", "image_url"=>"https://s1-ssl.dmcdn.net/f1D4.jpg", "id"=>"a0fe04216155c2450bf0016f11d8d34d"},
{"title"=>"RADIO BIRDMAN - DIE LIKE APRIL", "url"=>"http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xfVnsZdE7_U&feature=youtube_gdata_player", "site"=>"youtube.com", "date_found"=>"2013-04-16T00:00:00", "image_url"=>"http://i.ytimg.com/vi/xfVnsZdE7_U/default.jpg", "id"=>"1cc29d48cf5f5a46c779cdc048ef1cbb"},
{"title"=>"Radio Birdman - Man With Golden Helmet", "url"=>"http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dMlDbT13eXU
View gist:5617610
# model
class Survey < ActiveRecord::Base
CONDITIONS = ["surveys.hotel_id IS NOT NULL"]
end
# controller
conditions = Survey::CONDITIONS
unless params[:time_period].blank?
conditions << "surveys.created_at > '#{params[:time_period].to_i.months.ago}'"
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daybreaker / gist:872706
Created Mar 16, 2011
Better array printing than var_dump
View gist:872706
print("<pre>".print_r($my_array,true)."</pre>");
View Modify Several PHP files
# Needed a script to loop through several php files modify any links, and insert some code into the header of each page.
# Since the header was standard on each page, it was easy enough to match, as were any links
# My question: How could I refactor this to be more efficient than using two different sub/gsubs, and a seperate file write?
Dir.glob('*.php') do |file_name|
#Find one instance of the header, and modify it
content = File.read(file_name).sub(/regex/i, "multiline\nreplacement")
#find every instance of <a href="blah.php"> and modify it to say <a href="blah.php?foo=bar">
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