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foca / asset-makedepend
Created Jul 6, 2018
Tiny script to build GNU Make dependency files for JS `import` rules or CSS `@import` rules.
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#!/usr/bin/env ruby
# Generate make dependencies by parsing a tree of JS / CSS files.
# Usage
# -----
# Add this to your Makefile:
# ```
foca / granola_with_root_keys.rb
Last active Apr 17, 2017
Use root keys and nested serializers with Granola
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require "granola"
class BaseSerializer < Granola::Serializer
def to_json(**opts, &block)
root_serializer =
Granola.renderer(:json).render(root_serializer, **opts, &block)
class RootSerializer < Granola::Serializer
foca / codetree-user-styles.css
Created Jan 5, 2017
Make CodeTree less terrible on the eyes.
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* CodeTree default styles are pretty terrible, and the task board
* is pretty cluttered with lots of useless things.
* This is a user stylesheet that makes the board pretty clean by
* removing the sidebar and top navigation.
* You should apply it to URLs matching `/projects/\w+/board`
foca /
Last active Jul 27, 2016
It's Fine • A Tale of Terrible Misfortune

This is a talk I gave for the Hacker Paradise Summer '16 crew at Porto, Portugal. You can find the slides at SpeakerDeck. Photo Credits at the bottom.

It's Fine • A Tale of Terrible Misfortune

I'm gonna tell you the story of a little startup. It started with an idea, as startups often do. Two passionate people saw that certain people on the internet had a problem, and they could solve it for them. For a small fee, of course.

They wanted to avoid venture capital and investors, so from the get-go they were fully bootstrapped, which meant working during their free time. But they were to be their own bosses, and finally be free and financially independent. They were excited! It was a time of joy.

They started small and lean. One of them a designer, the other a developer. They figured out the best way to get it done was to crank away, so they jumped into creating a prototype straight away.

foca / release
Last active Nov 17, 2019
Small shell script to create GitHub releases from the command line
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#!/usr/bin/env bash
set -e
[ -z "$DEBUG" ] || set -x;
usage() {
echo "$0 <repo> <tag> [<release name>] [-- <asset>...]" >&2;
if [ "$1" = "-h" -o "$1" = "--help" ]; then
foca / Makefile
Last active Sep 25, 2015
Stupid heroku wants Bundler. Bundler is shit. Make to the rescue.
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# Bundler for Heroku
Gemfile.lock: Gemfile
ruby -S bundle install
Gemfile: .gems
echo "source \"\"" > $@
echo "ruby \"$(shell ruby -e 'puts RUBY_VERSION')\"" >> $@
foca /
Last active Aug 29, 2018
A Makefile for developing a ruby gem

A Makefile for building ruby gems

This Makefile aids in developing a ruby gem. It's pretty opinionated to my workflow, but it might be useful to you, so here it goes.

  1. Assumes you use of [gs][gs] (or [gst][gst]) for managing gemsets.
  2. Assumes you use [dep][dep] for installing dependencies. Because fuck Bundler.
  3. Assumes the directory in which the source code is located is named after the gem. So basename $(dirname $(pwd)) would return foo
foca / screenify
Created Feb 7, 2015
A tool to load a `.tmuxify.layout` file and open a GNU Screen session with it. See
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#!/usr/bin/env bash
set -e
[ -n "$DEBUG" ] && set -x
if [ ! -f "$layout" ]; then
echo "Can't find ./.tmuxify.layout" >&2
exit 1
foca / inspector.rb
Last active Aug 29, 2015
Find which tests always run before a given test when the suite fails, in order to detect ordering issues in your test suite.
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#!/usr/bin/env ruby
# Find repeated output across runs of a process.
# Usage:
# ./inspector "./minitest-runner some_failing_test"
# The main purpose for this is to find tests that pollute the environment making
# other tests fail erratically, for test suites that run in a random order.
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