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--- bundle/nginx-1.7.4/src/event/ngx_event_openssl.c.orig 2014-09-10 23:33:09.000000000 +0200
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The problem

curling through web services can be tedious without some basic pretty printing. Let's see how easy it is to create aliases for pretty printing json/xml formats with Python's pygments library and xmllint/jsonp.

The Solution

alias xml='xmllint --format - | pygmentize -l xml -O encoding=utf8'
alias json='jsonpp | pygmentize -l json -O encoding=utf8''

Then just curl http://wservice.viabicing.cat/getstations.php\?v\=1 | xml or curl https://b83c5a5e-d575fbfbad2f.my.apitools.com | json to get nice XML/JSON output.

local geo = {}
-- ~radius of the earth in miles
geo.radius = 3958.75587
-- miles between point a and point b
function geo.distance(lat1, lng1, lat2, lng2)
local rlat = lat1*math.pi/180;
local rlng = lng1*math.pi/180;
local rlat2 = lat2*math.pi/180;
local rlng2 = lng2*math.pi/180;
#!/usr/bin/env ruby
require 'rubygems' if RUBY_VERSION < '1.9.0'
require 'sensu-plugin/metric/cli'
require 'socket'
require 'pathname'
require 'sys/proctable'
class DockerContainerMetrics < Sensu::Plugin::Metric::CLI::Graphite
require 'open-uri'
class NamesGenerator
def self.load
go = open('https://raw.github.com/dotcloud/docker/master/pkg/namesgenerator/names-generator.go')
left, right = go.read.scan(/\[\.\.\.\]string{(?<strings>.+)}/)
left = left.first.scan(/"(.+?)"/)
# flat api params like: name=John&surnname=Doe
POST '/api/user', name: 'John', surname: 'Doe'
# nested api params like: user[name]=Jack&user[surname]=Xzbit
POST '/api/user', user: { name: 'Jack', surname: 'Xzbit' }
# how to get only params that are related to the model?
# imagine case:
alias rt="ruby -Itest -I. -e \"alias rt="ruby -Itest -I. -e \"require'pathname';P=Pathname;ARGV.map{|a|p=P.new(a);next unless p.exist?;p.directory?? P.glob(p.join('**/*.rb')):p}.flatten.compact.uniq.each{|p|require p.expand_path}\""\""
View calendar.rb
#!/Users/mikz/.rvm/rubies/macruby-0.12/bin/ruby
# coding: utf-8
def colorize(text, color_code)
"\e[0;#{color_code}m#{text}"
end
def black(text=""); colorize(text, 30); end
def red(text=""); colorize(text, 31); end
def green(text=""); colorize(text, 32); end
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