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dopiaza / GlitchCalender.php
Created Dec 7, 2014
PHP class to get the the current game date for the much-missed game Glitch
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namespace Lumen\Glitch\CalendarBundle\Service;
class GlitchCalendar
private $timezone;
private $epoch;
private $daysInYear;
dopiaza / convert-fla-to-png.jsfl
Created Nov 23, 2013
Batch convert .fla to .png, rescaling as we go
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// Based on Dan Catt's
// Updated by David Wilkinson (@dopiaza):
// - scale fla before exporting as png
// - close file if exception thrown
// Open a folder of fla files, and then output them in a parallel
// folder called "output"
// This is very rough and ready and needs babysitting for the files
// that don't work.
dopiaza / post-update-slack
Created Sep 5, 2013
Git post-update commit hook to post a message to a Slack channel. Uses
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# This script is designed to be called from a git post-update hook
# Typical usage
# In your post-update hook, the first parameter is the branch ref. So in post-update, you would
# invoke this script something like this:
# /usr/local/bin/post-update-slack $1 <branch to match> <token> <channel>
# The script will only post to slack if the branch being updated matches the one listed as <branch to match>
# Use "any" to match any branch (hopefully you don't have a branch called "any")
dopiaza / slackpost
Created Sep 5, 2013
Post a message to a Slack channel
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# Usage: slackpost <token> <channel> <message>
# Enter the name of your slack host here - the thing that appears in your URL:
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