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Created Mar 31, 2012 — forked from erikh/
OSX For Hackers
#!/usr/bin/env sh
# Modified to suit my preferences by jrhorn424
# This is script with usefull tips taken from:
# install it:
View Rails Console Actionmailer test.rb
# First, copy your settings over
ActionMailer::Base.smtp_settings = {
:address => "",
:port => 587,
:domain => "",
:user_name => Settings.mandrill_user,
:password => Settings.mandrill_password,
:authentication => "login"
View .env.development
# Check this into the features that have different schemas as you develop
# Before you merge to master you either comment this out or remove the file
export DATABASE_NAME=cool_story_bro

I use tmux splits (panes). Inside one of these panes there's a Vim process, and it has its own splits (windows).

In Vim I have key bindings C-h/j/k/l set to switch windows in the given direction. (Vim default mappings for windows switching are the same, but prefixed with C-W.) I'd like to use the same keystrokes for switching tmux panes.

An extra goal that I've solved with a dirty hack is to toggle between last active panes with C-\.

Here's how it should work:

View Refactor1.rb
class Article < ActiveRecord::Base
def self.states(*states)
states.each do |state|
define_method "#{state}?" do
self.state == state
define_singleton_method "all_#{state}" do
where("state = ?", state)
View MMCustomKeyBindings.plist
n = "nextMessage:";
p = "previousMessage:";
j = "nextThread:";
k = "previousThread:";
o = "openMessages:";
"\n" = "openMessages:";
"\n" = "openMessages:";
y = "archive:";
m = "moveToMailbox:";
View ActiveRepository.rb
# MOTIVATION: As rails apps are growing, people are noticing the drawbacks
# of the ActiveRecord pattern. Several apps I have seen, and several
# developers I have spoken to are looking towards other patterns for object
# persistence. The major drawback with ActiveRecord is that the notion
# of the domain object is conflated with what it means to store/retrieve
# it in any given format (like sql, json, key/value, etc).
# This is an attempt to codify the Repository pattern in a way that would
# feel comfortable to beginner and seasoned Ruby developers alike.
View gist:10141085
def with_conditions(method_name, computed_value)
if method_name.to_s == 'address' && !computed_value.nil?
View controller_spec.rb
require "spec_helper"
describe ExampleController do
context "GET #index" do
let(:resources) { FactoryGirl.create_list(:resource) }
before do
get :index
View Gemfile
gem 'kaminari'
gem 'ransack'
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