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rogerwalt /
Created Apr 12, 2018
jspm debug output!
NODE_DEBUG=cluster,net,http,fs,tls,module,timers jspm install
rogerwalt /
Last active Oct 3, 2018
Cleans stale git branches (removed on remote and merged local branches)
git remote prune origin
git branch --merged | egrep -v "(^\*|master|dev)" | xargs -r git branch -d
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Workaround from snabb,
My current workaround is to do the following tricks every time I start my workplace VPN:
1. Find out the link number (a.k.a. interface index) of the ISP interface: systemd-resolve --status or ip l.
2. Connect the VPN.
3. Remove DNS settings from the ISP interface (using the link number from step 1) by sending a D-Bus command to systemd-resolved. This is an example using link number 2: sudo busctl call org.freedesktop.resolve1 /org/freedesktop/resolve1 org.freedesktop.resolve1.Manager SetLinkDNS 'ia(iay)' 2 0
4. Inspect with systemd-resolve --status to ensure that only the correct DNS servers are there.
Apparently there isn't any simple cli tool for managing systemd-resolved's settings. That busctl command isn't very user-friendly. :)
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const fileNames = ['one.js', 'two.scss', 'three.scss'];
const getAllFileNames = () => new Promise((resolve, reject) => { resolve(fileNames) })
const filterScssFiles = (fileNames) => new Promise((resolve, reject) => resolve(fileNames.filter(fileName => fileName.endsWith('.scss'))))
getAllFileNames().then(fileNames => filterScssFiles(fileNames))
.then(scssFileNames => console.log(scssFileNames))
.catch(err => console.error(err))