Open in Visual Studio Code
- Open Automator
- Quick Action
- Set “Service receives selected” to
files or foldersin
- Add a
Run Shell Scriptaction
- Set the script action to the following
for f in "$@"; do open -a 'Visual Studio Code' "$@"
|// An extra border around active elements to separate them from others for greater contrast.|
|// An extra border around elements to separate them from others for greater contrast.|
|//Overall border color for focused elements. This color is only used if not overridden by a component.|
|//Overall foreground color. This color is only used if not overridden by a component.|
Common aliases for the scoop package manager
# Install app scoop alias add i 'scoop install $args' 'Install app' scoop alias add add 'scoop install $args' 'Install app' # Uninstall app scoop alias add rm 'scoop uninstall $args' 'Uninstall an app' scoop alias add remove 'scoop uninstall $args' 'Uninstall an app'
|class Scummc < Formula|
|desc "Set of tools allowing to create SCUMM games"|
|depends_on "bison" => :build|
|depends_on "freetype" => :build|
|depends_on "gtk+" => :build|
|depends_on "readline" => :build|
This is a set up for projects which want to check in only their source files, but have their gh-pages branch automatically updated with some compiled output every time they push.
You want a script that does a local compile to e.g. an
out/ directory. Let's call this
compile.sh for our purposes, but for your project it might be
npm build or
gulp make-docs or anything similar.
out/ directory should contain everything you want deployed to
gh-pages. That almost always includes an