Quickstart Guide to undertsanding the Qualtrics Survey File
This information is likely to quickly become outdated when Qualtrics next changes the formatting of the QSF file. This guide was started February 2017. I hope that it is a useful introduction to understanding the contents of the QSF file that one can download from Qualtrics.
This document includes:
|# SSH Agent|
|# Note: ~/.ssh/environment should not be used, as it|
|# already has a different purpose in SSH.|
|# source : https://www.schoonology.com/technology/ssh-agent-windows/|
|# Note: Don't bother checking SSH_AGENT_PID. It's not used|
|# by SSH itself, and it might even be incorrect|
|# (for example, when using agent-forwarding over SSH).|
Vim regular expressions are powerful, but they pre-date Perl.
This can be frustrating since the Perl-flavored-regex syntax has expanded beyond into other programming languages and contexts, becoming a de-facto standard.
This guide is a quick cheatsheet and tipsheet for using regular expressions in Vim for those who may be more familiar with Perl.
Quick examples for vimmers who like Perl regex
|['SVG DIAGRAMS'] <---- (Derived From) <-- STATE|
|(via CASE Tools Generate) --> ['Code', 'Configs', 'Tests']|
|1. What types of state?|
|2. How does YAML fit in?|
|3. Can site audits generate diagrams to present to biz?|
|4. What languages ought we consider including and why?|
|5. What kind of CASE Tools? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Computer-aided_software_engineering|