View osm2geo.js
/**************************************************************************
* OSM2GEO - OSM to GeoJSON converter
* OSM to GeoJSON converter takes in a .osm XML file as input and produces
* corresponding GeoJSON object.
*
* AUTHOR: P.Arunmozhi <aruntheguy@gmail.com>
* DATE : 26 / Nov / 2011
* LICENSE : WTFPL - Do What The Fuck You Want To Public License
* LICENSE URL: http://sam.zoy.org/wtfpl/
*
View aws-s3-rename.coffee
config = require 'config'
s3 = require 's3'
q = require 'q'
module.export = (oldKey, newKey) ->
defer = q.defer()
params =
# you need to set the s3 bucket in the CopySource key
CopySource: "#{ config.s3.bucket }/#{ oldKey }"
View index.jsx
import React from 'react'
import { render } from 'react-dom'
import { Match, Link, BrowserRouter as Router } from 'react-router'
import matchSorter from 'match-sorter'
import './styles.css'
const API = 'http://localhost:3000'
const token = localStorage.booksToken || Math.random().toString()
localStorage.booksToken = token
View xpub-xsub.js
// How to connect 5 publishers with 5 subscribers
// over TCP using ZeroMQ's XPUB/XSUB proxy.
// sub (connect)
// <-8701->
// (bind) xpub <---> xsub (bind)
// <-8700->
// (connect) pub
var zmq = require('zmq');
View raspberry-pi-vpn-router.md

Raspberry Pi VPN Router

This is a quick-and-dirty guide to setting up a Raspberry Pi as a "router on a stick" to PrivateInternetAccess VPN.

Requirements

Install Raspbian Jessie (2016-05-27-raspbian-jessie.img) to your Pi's sdcard.

Use the Raspberry Pi Configuration tool or sudo raspi-config to:

View binaries download
First, to get a list of the assets for the latest release:
curl -H "Authorization: token YOURGITHUBTOKEN" https://api.github.com/repos/NAME/REPO/releases/latest
Then in the JSON, look up the url of the asset you want. For example it would look like: "url": "https://api.github.com/repos/NAME/REPO/releases/assets/1275759"
Then you pass this to another curl command to retrieve the actual URL, which is actually a link to an Amazon S3 file.
curl -H "Authorization: token YOURGITHUBTOKEN" -H "Accept:application/octet-stream" -i https://api.github.com/repos/NAME/REPO/releases/assets/1275759
The URL will be in the "location" field of the HTTP response, and then use curl to get the file like this:
View web-fonts-asset-pipeline.md

Web fonts are pretty much all the rage. Using a CDN for font libraries, like TypeKit or Google Fonts, will be a great solution for many projects. For others, this is not an option. Especially when you are creating a custom icon library for your project.

Rails and the asset pipeline are great tools, but Rails has yet to get caught up in the custom web font craze.

As with all things Rails, there is more then one way to skin this cat. There is the recommended way, and then there are the other ways.

The recommended way

Here I will show how to update your Rails project so that you can use the asset pipeline appropriately and resource your files using the common Rails convention.

View doc.md

1. Gemfile

gem 'browserify-rails', '1.5.0' # until fix: https://github.com/browserify-rails/browserify-rails/issues/101
gem 'react-rails'

Browserify-rails allows to use browserify within assets pipeline. React-rails is here only to allow to use #react_component (and thus, prerendering).

Note that jquery-rails can be removed from Gemfile, the npm version of jquery and jquery-ujs will be used instead.

View mixin_in_subclass.rb
module C
def a
puts "a"
end
end
class A
include C
end
View player
package main
import (
"bytes"
"code.google.com/p/portaudio-go/portaudio"
"encoding/binary"
"fmt"
"io"
"log"
"os"