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jakebathman / log.md
Created Jan 17, 2020 — forked from mattstauffer/log.md
Introduction to GistLog
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So, you might be asking yourself, what is GistLog?

GistLog is a blogging "platform" for people who want to quickly write and publish content, in Markdown, and don't want to bother with yet another platform and yet another login and yet another group hoarding their content. With GistLog, you use your pre-existing GitHub login, you store the data in your own GitHub account, and you can publish with a single click.

Using GistLog

  1. Create a public gist with a single file using Markdown. Set the gist description to be the title of your blog post
  2. Copy the gist URL, and paste it into the text box on the GistLog create page
  3. Copy your resulting URL and share it as your blog post—note that it will be in the form of https://gistlog.co/your-github-username/gist-id
  4. If you want to have your own GistLog landing page (e.g. gistlog.co/mattstauffer), [read all about it](https://gistlog.co/mattstauffer/a82db5
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jakebathman / install-tmux
Last active Nov 16, 2015 — forked from rothgar/install-tmux
Install tmux 2.0 on rhel/centos 6
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# Install tmux on Centos release 6.5
# Forked from https://gist.github.com/rothgar/cecfbd74597cc35a6018
# which lists the steps for installing tmux 1.9
# install deps
yum install gcc kernel-devel make ncurses-devel
# DOWNLOAD SOURCES FOR LIBEVENT AND MAKE AND INSTALL
curl -OL https://github.com/downloads/libevent/libevent/libevent-2.0.21-stable.tar.gz
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jakebathman / markov.php
Last active Aug 29, 2015 — forked from bmcculley/markov.php
PHP Markov Chain class
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<?php
/*
Levi Thornton from boogybonbon and wordze generously posted his php Markov
Chain class.. unfortunately there is a missing $nn++ thus the class can hang,
the working version is below all credit to Levi for the code, i just fixed a
bug.
Example Usage:
------------------
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jakebathman / jsonToCsv.php
Last active Jun 21, 2019 — forked from Kostanos/json-to-csv.php
A function to convert a JSON string (or a PHP array) to a CSV file or CSV string echoed to the browser
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<?php
/*
*
* Based on (forked from) the work by https://gist.github.com/Kostanos
*
* This revision allows the PHP file to be included/required in another PHP file and called as a function, rather than focusing on command line usage.
*
* Convert JSON file to CSV and output it.
*
* JSON should be an array of objects, dictionaries with simple data structure
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