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pierwill / terminal-notifier.el
Last active Nov 15, 2018 — forked from justinhj/gist:eb2d354d06631076566f
Sending a notification from emacs
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;; requires terminal-notifier
;; (☞ brew install terminal-notifiter)
(defvar terminal-notifier-command (executable-find "terminal-notifier") "The path to terminal-notifier.")
(defun terminal-notify (title message)
"Send an OS X notification.
Arguments are the notfication TITLE and MESSAGE.
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Last active Dec 11, 2017 — forked from jsvine/
How to download SIPRI arms transfer data as a CSV file instead of a rich-text file.

The Stockholm International Peace Research Institute's Arms Transfers Database provides a tool to download the data. By default, that output is an .rtf rich-text file — not so easy to analyze with your favorite spreadsheet or statistics software. Luckily, getting a CSV of the data isn't very difficult. Here's how.

To get all transfers for 2016, by seller, run this command in your terminal:

curl --compressed \
    --data 'low_year=2016' \
    --data 'high_year=2016' \
    --data 'seller_country_code=' \
    --data 'buyer_country_code=' \
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