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@jerrypnz
jerrypnz / test_watchers.clj
Created November 6, 2012 09:33
Clojure wrapper for Java 7 WatchService (java.nio.files)
(load-file "./watch_service.clj")
(refer 'watch-service)
(defn print-ev
[ev ctx]
(println "[foo]" ev " --> " ctx)
(println "Parent Dir:" (.getParent ctx)))
(defn print-ev-2
[ev ctx]
@tmalsburg
tmalsburg / predict_vs_simulate.org
Last active November 18, 2022 01:14
Predict vs simulate in lme4

Predict vs simulate in lme4

For this investigation we are going to use the sleepdata data set from the lme4 package. Here is the head of the data frame:

@dive
dive / fix-emacs-permissions-catalina.el
Created September 29, 2019 09:55
Fix Emacs permissions on macOS Catalina
;;; package --- Fix permissions for Emacs.app on macOS Catalina
;;; Author: Artem Loenko
;;; Mail-To: <artyom.loenko@mac.com>
;;; Commentary:
;;; Code:
(defconst _default-emacs-app-plist-path "/Applications/Emacs.app/Contents/Info.plist")
(defconst _temp-buffer-name "*fixing Emacs permissions*")
(defconst _temp-buffer (get-buffer-create _temp-buffer-name))
(with-current-buffer _temp-buffer (erase-buffer))
@shortsightedsid
shortsightedsid / cl-tcpip.lisp
Last active January 15, 2024 02:36
Short guide to TCP/IP Client/Server programming in Common Lisp using usockets
; Short guide to TCP/IP Client/Server programming in Common Lisp using usockets
;
; The main reason for this guide is because there are very few examples that
; explain how to get started with socket programming with Common Lisp that I
; could understand. After spending a day trying, I finally came up with a small
; bit of code that makes it easy to understand the basics. I've written this
; primarily for myself, but should help others get started as well.
; As usual, we will use quicklisp to load usocket.
@bishboria
bishboria / springer-free-maths-books.md
Last active April 25, 2024 06:27
Springer made a bunch of books available for free, these were the direct links
@rtt
rtt / tinder-api-documentation.md
Last active May 5, 2024 15:28
Tinder API Documentation

Tinder API documentation

Note: this was written in April/May 2014 and the API may has definitely changed since. I have nothing to do with Tinder, nor its API, and I do not offer any support for anything you may build on top of this. Proceed with caution

http://rsty.org/

I've sniffed most of the Tinder API to see how it works. You can use this to create bots (etc) very trivially. Some example python bot code is here -> https://gist.github.com/rtt/5a2e0cfa638c938cca59 (horribly quick and dirty, you've been warned!)