$ make -j test The program ‘make’ is currently not installed. It is provided by several packages. You can install it by typing one of the following: nix-env -iA nixos.gnumake nix-env -iA nixos.gnumake42
I'm trying go-jira, but there is also jira-cli in Python.
I've generated an API token at https://id.atlassian.com/manage-profile/security/api-tokens and pasted it in my password store:
$ pass edit jira/smart-token
Steam on NixOS
A wiki page exists: https://nixos.wiki/wiki/Steam.
I started with simply
nix-shell -p steam, which failed with a 404 while
trying to download some
.deb. I updated my
nixos channel, then tried again,
and got a shell.
Then I run the following and got a problem:
This is a Gist demonstrating how to populate a SQLite database with some content coming from a Markdown file, adding full-text search capability, and querying it with a small Scotty-based web server.
In particular, this uses
shell.nixfile to easily get a development environment,
pandoc --to markdownto remove any metadata block (an alternative is
readilefunction to insert the content of a file in the database,
- SQLite's FTS feature,
Pandoc, Tufte CSS, and more
- https://github.com/edwardtufte/tufte-css: Where it all starts.
- https://github.com/jez/tufte-pandoc-css: Starter files for using Pandoc Markdown with Tufte CSS, untouched since March 2019 (MIT licensed).
- https://github.com/schollz/markdown2tufte: Based on the previous link. The
tufte.html5file is identical. Untouched (excepted the README) since November 2017.
- https://eddelbuettel.github.io/tint/: Tint Is Not Tufte, An implementation in R Markdown, possible inspiration.
- https://arthurperret.fr/2018/12/04/semantique-et-mise-en-forme/: Contenu en français.
- https://github.com/Synthetica9/tufte-pandoc: Seems to be LaTeX-specific.
- https://goodwill.awardwinninghuman.com/: Good-looking page with D3.js graphics.
Notes about caching Nix builds
You can use Cachix (I haven't tried it yet but people are happy with it), or spend time like I do crawling through similar notes.
I have to put back my notes in order, because of this tweets: https://twitter.com/noteed/status/1285875859468029958
It turns out I did use a cache on Digital Ocean Spaces in the past, but I didn't have much notes.