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  • I am fbeeper on github.
  • I am fbeeper (https://keybase.io/fbeeper) on keybase.
  • I have a public key ASBX6yBbCDTqr_9_LUpofLXgWawo5ge0QJD1eqCtnWr9lAo

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fbeeper / easyiossymbolication
Last active Jun 17, 2019
Looking for an easy way to symbolicate crashes?
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#!/bin/bash
#
# Fool'n'Lazy-Proof iOS .crash Symbolication
#
# Just run this script on a folder with your `.ipa`, the corresponding `.dSYM`,
# and (1+) `.crash` files. Will output symbolicated `sym-*.crash`es for you.
#
# Copyright (c) 2016 Ferran Poveda (@fbeeper)
# Provided under MIT License (MIT): http://choosealicense.com/licenses/mit/
View compressWithPassWord.md

Securely encrypted ZIPs right from contextual menu in Mac OS

Run the following simple oneliner to download and "install" the service:

curl -L https://dl.dropbox.com/s/wpxbnm8y6gb6l32/compressWithPassword.tar.gz | tar zx -C ~/Library/Services/

And while selecting files or folders in Finder you will find the new option

Services > Compress with password

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Prevent ︎opening iTunes:

launchctl unload -w /System/Library/LaunchAgents/com.apple.rcd.plist

Enable ︎opening iTunes:

launchctl load -w /System/Library/LaunchAgents/com.apple.rcd.plist

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fbeeper / shachecksumallthethings.md
Last active Aug 29, 2015
SHA checksum all the things!
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SHA Checksum your files right from Finder

Just as an exercise (+ lazyness, + lack of memory) I created this service (Automator workflow) to generate SHA checksums right from the Finder.

Jut get it...

curl -O https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/2331589/checksumallthethings.tar.gz
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fbeeper / UsableAccentMarks.md
Last active Aug 29, 2015
Usable accentuation on MacOS Lion and above (including Yosemite!)
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Usable accent marks on MacOS Lion and above (including Yosemite!)

Since Mac OS Lion, default "press and hold" of keyboard keys brings an easy access to accents and special characters:

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However, who designed the order of elements in these lists is CLEARLY NOT using them with enough frequency*. Depending with what vowel you invoke this tool, the order of diacritical mark is different:

a à á â ä æ ã å ā
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fbeeper / easyiosapps
Created Sep 15, 2014
Finally! Here's the easy access to your iOS8 simulator apps you've been looking for :)
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#!/bin/bash
#
# Using the information available in the new iOS8 simulator for each
# device/runtime (device.plist), this script creates a readable folder structure
# (no UDIDs, just simple device/runtime names). Inside that structure it creates
# soft links to your apps in development.
#
# You can run this script every time you install an app to your simulator, or
# you can simply call it to access this folder making sure it will always be
# updated :)
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fbeeper / Readme.md
Created Jun 19, 2013
Conditional (and colorful) comments for a happy LaTeX drafting of your PhD thesis or whatever you're doing :)
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Conditional (and colorful) comments for LaTeX drafting

With this simple script you'll be able to add colorful:

  • Comments (Orange): Things that you want to say about the text but are not the text),
  • TODOs (Red): Things you want to note to do in the future keep track), and...
  • Skeleton (Green): Those things that you (or maybe it's just me) write to organize what you are writing.

While editing use:

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fbeeper / gist:4605145
Last active Dec 11, 2015
I need to copy file paths every few minutes, and I want to do it directly from Finder... So I did this to satisfy my needs. You might want to ease your live with it too :P
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Copy file path on MacOS Finder to your clipboard

Run the following simple oneliner to download and "install" the service:

curl -L https://dl.dropbox.com/s/xekk5ntkk969ty6/copyfilepath_service.tar.gz | tar zx -C ~/Library/Services/

And find the new option in the contextual menu under Services > copy file path while selecting files or folders in Finder.

💥 you might want to set a shortcut for that action:

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