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@marirs
marirs / rust-cross-compile-openssl
Last active April 4, 2024 05:04
Rust OpenSSL Cross Compile for Linux on Mac M1
# Install the toolchain
```bash
brew tap SergioBenitez/osxct
brew install x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu
```
# this should get installed in:
# /opt/homebrew/Cellar/x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu/
# Installing the macOS OpenSSL - if not already installed
@sts10
sts10 / rust-command-line-utilities.markdown
Last active July 21, 2024 11:17
A curated list of command-line utilities written in Rust

A curated list of command-line utilities written in Rust

Note: I have moved this list to a proper repository. I'll leave this gist up, but it won't be updated. To submit an idea, open a PR on the repo.

Note that I have not tried all of these personally, and cannot and do not vouch for all of the tools listed here. In most cases, the descriptions here are copied directly from their code repos. Some may have been abandoned. Investigate before installing/using.

The ones I use regularly include: bat, dust, fd, fend, hyperfine, miniserve, ripgrep, just, cargo-audit and cargo-wipe.

  • atuin: "Magical shell history"
  • bandwhich: Terminal bandwidth utilization tool

Generating this file is now built into rustlings:

rustlings lsp

For more information on how this file works checkout the Rust Analyzer Manual

@DavidIbrahim
DavidIbrahim / CrossSlide.kt
Last active August 8, 2023 13:28
allows to switch between two layouts with a Slide in and out animation
import androidx.compose.animation.core.*
import androidx.compose.foundation.layout.Box
import androidx.compose.material.Text
import androidx.compose.runtime.*
import androidx.compose.ui.Modifier
import androidx.compose.ui.geometry.Offset
import androidx.compose.ui.graphics.graphicsLayer
import androidx.compose.ui.util.fastForEach
@mike-myers-tob
mike-myers-tob / Working GDB on macOS 11.md
Last active June 13, 2024 15:27
Steps to get GDB actually working in April 2021 on macOS (Intel x86-64 only)

Debug with GDB on macOS 11

The big reason to do this is that LLDB has no ability to "follow-fork-mode child", in other words, a multi-process target that doesn't have a single-process mode (or, a bug that only manifests when in multi-process mode) is going to be difficult or impossible to debug, especially if you have to run the target over and over in order to make the bug manifest. If you have a repeatable bug, no big deal, break on the fork from the parent process and attach to the child in a second lldb instance. Otherwise, read on.

Install GDB

Don't make the mistake of thinking you can just brew install gdb. Currently this is version 10.2 and it's mostly broken, with at least two annoying bugs as of April 29th 2021, but the big one is https://sourceware.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=24069

$ xcode-select install  # install the XCode command-line tools
@afterxleep
afterxleep / Networking+Combine+Codable.swift
Created January 11, 2021 04:21
A Playground with example code for Wirekit
import Foundation
import Combine
// The Request Method
enum HTTPMethod: String {
case get = "GET"
case post = "POST"
case put = "PUT"
case delete = "DELETE"
}
@mahemoff
mahemoff / README.md
Last active July 20, 2024 21:58
Vim Terminal Mode - A short introduction

Vim has a Terminal Mode!

Since v8.1 (May 2018), Vim has shipped with a built-in terminal. See https://vimhelp.org/terminal.txt.html or type :help terminal for more info.

Why use this? Mainly because it saves you jumping to a separate terminal window. You can also use Vim commands to manipulate a shell session and easily transfer clipboard content between the terminal and files you're working on.

Key Bindings

@etoxin
etoxin / SSH over USB on a Raspberry Pi.md
Last active March 28, 2024 11:16
SSH over USB on a Raspberry Pi

Our long term goal will be to use SSH over USB. This means that we have to configure Raspbian to treat the USB port like an ethernet port. Mount the micro SD card in a computer (not Pi Zero) and open it with Finder, or Windows Explorer, or whatever it is that you use.

The first thing that you want to do is open a file at the root of the mounted drive called config.txt. In this file you want to add the following line at the very bottom:

dtoverlay=dwc2

The above line will set us up for the next file that we alter. The next file we alter is cmdline.txt, but it is a bit different. Parameters in this file are not delimited by new lines or commas, they are delimited by space characters. In this file we want to add the following:

@2KAbhishek
2KAbhishek / Shell_Keybindings.md
Last active July 20, 2024 06:11
Keyboard shortcuts for bash/zsh

Shell Keybindings

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Keybinding Action
Alt + f/b Move cursor to previous/next word
Ctrl + a/e Move cursor to beginning/end of command
Ctrl + xx Toggle between the start of line and current cursor position