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View swgo.bash
# Switch Go (swgo)
# A very simple and intensely opinionated Go version manager.
#
# Author: George Lesica <george@lesica.com>
#
# To use, create a file called ".swgo" in any project directory.
# Inside of this file, set two variables: GOROOT_ and GOPATH_
# to the values you want assigned to GOROOT and GOPATH,
# respectively. Then, while in that directory, just run "swgo"
# and your GOROOT, GOPATH, and PATH will be updated accordingly.
View bootstrap-sile.sh
#!/bin/sh
sudo apt-get install libharfbuzz-dev libfreetype6-dev libfontconfig-dev lua5.1 lua-lpeg-dev lua-expat-dev lua-zlib-dev lua-filesystem-dev liblua5.1-0-dev
View keybase.md

Keybase proof

I hereby claim:

  • I am glesica on github.
  • I am glesica (https://keybase.io/glesica) on keybase.
  • I have a public key whose fingerprint is 4378 8FCD 8E05 A920 2EA7 71DE E23B F398 FEBF A545

To claim this, I am signing this object:

View units.exs
defmodule Units do
def add({x, :in}, {y, :in}), do: {x + y, :in}
def sub({x, :in}, {y, :in}), do: {x - y, :in}
end
Units.add({5, :in}, {4, :in})
View dynamic_pool.go
package main
import "sync"
func main() {
jobChan := make(chan (chan int))
resChan := make(chan int)
squareGroup := new(sync.WaitGroup)
// The workers
View ratelimit.ex
defmodule Auscrape.RateLimit do
use GenServer
use Timex
def start_link(fun, interval, opts \\ []) do
GenServer.start_link(__MODULE__, {fun, interval}, opts)
end
def call_fun(server, args) do
GenServer.call(server, {:call, args}, :infinity)
View units.jl
import Base.show, Base.convert
abstract Unit
abstract ScalarUnit <: Unit
abstract CompoundUnit <: Unit
abstract LinearUnit <: ScalarUnit
macro defunit(name::Symbol, parent::Symbol)
View equality.py
# Equality in Python
# When using custom types (classes) many programmers like to be able
# to use built-in concepts like "==" instead of something like
# "a.equals(b)". Generally it is only a good idea to do this if the
# concept you are implementing is conceptually the same as what the
# operator is normally used for. An example:
class Person1(object):
def __init__(self, name, age):
View simple_pool.go
package main
import "sync"
func main() {
jobChan := make(chan int)
resChan := make(chan int)
squareGroup := new(sync.WaitGroup)
// The workers
View pool.go
package main
import (
"fmt"
"sync"
)
func main() {
numbers := make(chan int, 10)
squares := make(chan int, 10)