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View vim-fireplace-figwheel.diff
diff --git a/plugin/fireplace.vim b/plugin/fireplace.vim
index 6c32caa..a415bf8 100644
--- a/plugin/fireplace.vim
+++ b/plugin/fireplace.vim
@@ -232,7 +232,9 @@ function! s:repl.piggieback(arg, ...) abort
let arg = ' :repl-env ' . a:arg
- let response = connection.eval('(cemerick.piggieback/cljs-repl'.arg.')')
+ "let response = connection.eval('(cemerick.piggieback/cljs-repl'.arg.')')
from fabric.api import env, local
env.exclude_requirements = set([
'wsgiref', 'readline', 'ipython',
def freeze():
pip freeze > requirements.txt, excluding virtualenv clutter
View country_codes.json
"europe": {
"va": "vatican city",
"ch": "switzerland",
"ad": "andorra",
"ee": "estonia",
"is": "iceland",
"am": "armenia",
"al": "albania",
"cz": "czech republic",
# Mac OS X Lion introduced a new, iOS-like context menu when you press and hold a key
# that enables you to choose a character from a menu of options. If you are on Lion
# try it by pressing and holding down 'e' in any app that uses the default NSTextField
# for input.
# It's a nice feature and continues the blending of Mac OS X and iOS features. However,
# it's a nightmare to deal with in Sublime Text if you're running Vintage (Vim) mode,
# as it means you cannot press and hold h/j/k/l to move through your file. You have
# to repeatedly press the keys to navigate.
View Default (OSX).sublime-keymap
{ "keys": ["ctrl+space"], "command": "exit_insert_mode",
{ "key": "setting.command_mode", "operand": false },
{ "key": "setting.is_widget", "operand": false }
{ "keys": ["s"], "command": "save", "context": [{"key": "setting.command_mode"}] },
View pagination.html
{# use in combination with #}
{# and #}
{# project-dir/templates/pagination/pagination.html #}
{% if is_paginated %}
{% load i18n %}
<div class="pagination">
{% block previouslink %}
{% if page_obj.has_previous %}
View ns-cheatsheet.clj
;; * :require makes functions available with a namespace prefix
;; and optionally can refer functions to the current ns.
;; * :import refers Java classes to the current namespace.
;; * :refer-clojure affects availability of built-in (clojure.core)
;; functions.