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@squarism
squarism / iterm2.md
Last active Jan 27, 2022
An iTerm2 Cheatsheet
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Tabs and Windows

Function Shortcut
New Tab + T
Close Tab or Window + W (same as many mac apps)
Go to Tab + Number Key (ie: ⌘2 is 2nd tab)
Go to Split Pane by Direction + Option + Arrow Key
Cycle iTerm Windows + backtick (true of all mac apps and works with desktops/mission control)
@digitaljhelms
digitaljhelms / gist:4287848
Last active Jan 26, 2022
Git/GitHub branching standards & conventions
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Branching

Quick Legend

Instance Branch Description, Instructions, Notes
@pascalduez
pascalduez / SassMeister-input.scss
Last active Jan 25, 2022
Some Sass string functions: capitalize, ucwords, camelize, ...
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// ----
// Sass (v3.3.4)
// Compass (v1.0.0.alpha.18)
// ----
// Capitalize string
// --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
// @param [string] $string
// --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
// @return [string]
@nepsilon
nepsilon / git-change-commit-messages.md
Last active Jan 13, 2022
How to change your commit messages in Git? — First published in fullweb.io issue #55
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How to change your commit messages in Git?

At some point you’ll find yourself in a situation where you need edit a commit message. That commit might already be pushed or not, be the most recent or burried below 10 other commits, but fear not, git has your back 🙂.

Not pushed + most recent commit:

git commit --amend

This will open your $EDITOR and let you change the message. Continue with your usual git push origin master.

@peterdemartini
peterdemartini / command.sh
Last active Jan 12, 2022
Exclude node_modules in timemachine
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find `pwd` -type d -maxdepth 3 -name 'node_modules' | xargs -n 1 tmutil addexclusion
@lyrixx
lyrixx / HardCoreDebugLogger.php
Last active Jan 4, 2022
Hardcore Debug Logger
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<?php
const STREAM_OPEN_FOR_INCLUDE = 128;
final class HardCoreDebugLogger
{
public static function register(string $output = 'php://stdout')
{
register_tick_function(function () use ($output) {
$bt = debug_backtrace(DEBUG_BACKTRACE_IGNORE_ARGS, 1);
@sarthology
sarthology / regexCheatsheet.js
Created Jan 10, 2019
A regex cheatsheet 👩🏻‍💻 (by Catherine)
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let regex;
/* matching a specific string */
regex = /hello/; // looks for the string between the forward slashes (case-sensitive)... matches "hello", "hello123", "123hello123", "123hello"; doesn't match for "hell0", "Hello"
regex = /hello/i; // looks for the string between the forward slashes (case-insensitive)... matches "hello", "HelLo", "123HelLO"
regex = /hello/g; // looks for multiple occurrences of string between the forward slashes...
/* wildcards */
regex = /h.llo/; // the "." matches any one character other than a new line character... matches "hello", "hallo" but not "h\nllo"
regex = /h.*llo/; // the "*" matches any character(s) zero or more times... matches "hello", "heeeeeello", "hllo", "hwarwareallo"
@davidbalbert
davidbalbert / gist:6815258
Last active Oct 20, 2021
How to install custom SSL certificates on an ASUS RT-N66U running asuswrt-merlin
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###########################################
# IMPORTANT NOTE:
#
# As of asuswrt-merlin 380.67 Beta, you
# can now configure SSL certificates from
# the Webui, making these instructions
# unnecessary.
###########################################
@nepsilon
nepsilon / how-to-output-a-range-of-lines-from-a-file.md
Created Jul 12, 2017
How to output a range of lines from a file? — First published in fullweb.io issue #107
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How to output a range of lines from a file?

Easy enough with sed:

sed -n	123,230p filename

This will output filename content, from line 123 to line 230, inclusives. Notice the p letter after the last line number, this is what instruct sed to print to stdout.

@nepsilon
nepsilon / how-to-split-a-file-into-smaller-chunks.md
Last active Jul 16, 2021
How to split a file into smaller chunks? — First published in fullweb.io issue #90
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How to split a file into smaller chunks?

You may want to upload a 100GB file over an unstable network, or feed your scripts smaller inputs to load in RAM. In both cases, just splitting your file into smaller chunks is an easy solution.

Great news is Unix/Linux systems have the split utility already installed. And using it is simple as pie:

Cut a binary file into chunks of X bytes:

split -b X bigfile.avi