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View mint.rb
# Clean up Mint exported transactions for working with a spreadsheet
#
# Usage:
#
# ruby mint.rb <transactions.csv>
#
# Export a CSV of transactions from Mint
#
# Tags are not exported, so it must be filtered out before export:
#
View vagrant-success.txt
Last login: Tue Aug 23 13:16:58 on ttys003
jch@Jerrys-MacBook-Pro:~$ cd projects/ruby-net-ldap/
jch@Jerrys-MacBook-Pro:~/projects/ruby-net-ldap[tls-verify-hostnames]$ cd test/support/vm/openldap
jch@Jerrys-MacBook-Pro:~/projects/ruby-net-ldap/test/support/vm/openldap[tls-verify-hostnames]$ vagrant destroy
==> default: VM not created. Moving on...
jch@Jerrys-MacBook-Pro:~/projects/ruby-net-ldap/test/support/vm/openldap[tls-verify-hostnames]$ gem uninstall vagrant
jch@Jerrys-MacBook-Pro:~/projects/ruby-net-ldap/test/support/vm/openldap[tls-verify-hostnames]$ rbenv rehash
jch@Jerrys-MacBook-Pro:~/projects/ruby-net-ldap/test/support/vm/openldap[tls-verify-hostnames]$ hash -r
jch@Jerrys-MacBook-Pro:~/projects/ruby-net-ldap/test/support/vm/openldap[tls-verify-hostnames]$ vagrant plugin install vagrant-vbguest
Installing the 'vagrant-vbguest' plugin. This can take a few minutes...
View vagrant-error-ruby-net-ldap.txt
$ vagrant up
Bringing machine 'default' up with 'virtualbox' provider...
==> default: Importing base box 'hashicorp/precise64'...
==> default: Matching MAC address for NAT networking...
==> default: Checking if box 'hashicorp/precise64' is up to date...
==> default: Setting the name of the VM: openldap_default_1471972387230_9628
==> default: Clearing any previously set network interfaces...
==> default: Preparing network interfaces based on configuration...
default: Adapter 1: nat
default: Adapter 2: hostonly
View rack-tracer.rb
require 'rack'
# Track changes in rack requests and responses made by middleware.
#
# SomeMiddleware
# request: ...
# response: ...
# AnotherMiddleware
# request: ...
# response: ...
View net-ldap-map-message-id.rb
# Proposal for mapping responses back to requests for Net::LDAP.
require "fiber"
module Net
module LDAP
class Connection
# Hash of Responses keyed by message_id
attr_reader :responses
# Fake socket to read/write from
View verizon-restaurants.md
  • Kabana Restaurant - 1106 University Ave. Berkeley, CA 94702
  • Taste of the Himalayas - 1700 Shattuck Ave.Ste. A Berkeley, CA 94709
  • Brazil Cafe - 1960 University Ave Berkeley, CA 94704
  • Arabica Restaurant Mediterranean Cuisine - 2115 Kittredge St Berkeley, CA 94704
  • Claremont Diner - 6200 Claremont Ave. Oakland, CA 94618
  • Miss Saigon Vietnamese Restaurant - 3345 Grand Ave. Oakland, CA 94610
  • Siam Orchid Thai Restaurant - 23-H Orinda Way Orinda, CA 94563
  • Holy Land Restaurant - 677 Rand Ave. Oakland, CA 94610
  • Lazeeza Pakistani & Indian Cruise - 10 Hegenberger Rd Oakland, CA 94621
  • Saroor Indian Cuisine - 2580 N. Main St. Walnut Creek, CA 94596
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jch / messages-clean.md
Last active Aug 29, 2015
How to clean up your Mac Messages contact list
View messages-clean.md
  • Delete Google Plus profile - stops the syncing of circles and friends
  • Revert to old Google Talk
  • Unlink Google account from System Preferences -> Internet Accounts
  • Clean up contacts in http://contacts.google.com
  • Open messages, select all, remove
  • Remove Messages related plists
  • Re-add Google account to Internet Accounts
  • Open Apple Contacts - this should now pull down a clean list of your contacts
  • Open Messages
  • Open GMail, from the chat, message the contacts you want to show up in Messages. This will send an invite to Messages that you can accept
View keybase.md

Keybase proof

I hereby claim:

  • I am jch on github.
  • I am jch (https://keybase.io/jch) on keybase.
  • I have a public key whose fingerprint is FAE8 17C4 6934 9DB4 8B49 FE0B 7374 4527 759B EE9C

To claim this, I am signing this object:

View rails-engines.md

This is a quick brain dump of problems I've run into using Rails Engines.

Problems

  • Dependencies If an Engine requires a gem at version X, and the application requires the same gem at version Y. You could specify a lose version constraint on the Engine, but that's just asking for trouble. If the application updates to a newer version that the Engine isn't expecting, things go wrong.
  • Layouts/Assets To customize these, you need to overwrite certain magical paths. This ends up duplicating a lot of the engine and forces you to dig into the internals of how the Engine works rather than trusting it as a standalone component.
  • Models If you use an Engine's models, you're crossing into the Engine's abstractions again. It seems like a good place to share code, but it means your models will need to become versioned.
  • Complexity It's hard to debug problems when they come up. Is it coming from the engine, the app, or the app's overrides of the engine
View js-tools.md

JavaScript Toolbox

This is a list of JavaScript libraries I like or would like to investigate. It will be kept short intentionally to be things I find useful for most JS projects.

Testing

  • Karma - test runner. adapters for testing libraries, runs within browser clients
  • Mocha - test library
  • Sinon.js - spies and stubs. Can create fake servers and responses.
  • QUnit - test library. like it's simplicity. Also likely to be maintained long-term because of jQuery. Will take off the list if I like Mocha.