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seece / extending
Last active November 13, 2022 01:07
A Straightforward Way To Extend CSV With Metadata

A Straightforward Way To Extend CSV With Metadata

Pekka Väänänen, Aug 19 2021.

This proposal is a response to It's Time to Retire the CSV by Alex Rasmussen and the discussion on Don't take it too seriously.

CSV files (comma-separated values) are great but sometimes difficult to parse because everybody seems to have a slightly different idea what CSV means. The obvious solution is to transmit some metadata that tells what to expect but where do you put it? Well, how about a ZIP archive?

An archive with two files. The first file, say format.txt, has the metadata inside and the second one is the original CSV file unchanged. This is still readable by non-technical users because ZIP files are natively supported by both Windows and macOS. People can double click on them like a directory and then double click again on the CSV to open it up in Excel.

kepano / obsidian-web-clipper.js
Last active June 21, 2024 14:37
Obsidian Web Clipper Bookmarklet to save articles and pages from the web (for Safari, Chrome, Firefox, and mobile browsers)
javascript: Promise.all([import(''), import(''), ]).then(async ([{
default: Turndown
}, {
default: Readability
}]) => {
/* Optional vault name */
const vault = "";
/* Optional folder name such as "Clippings/" */
sekati /
Created July 24, 2012 20:44
Xcode Auto-increment Build & Version Numbers
# @desc Auto-increment the build number every time the project is run.
# @usage
# 1. Select: your Target in Xcode
# 2. Select: Build Phases Tab
# 3. Select: Add Build Phase -> Add Run Script
# 4. Paste code below in to new "Run Script" section
# 5. Drag the "Run Script" below "Link Binaries With Libraries"
# 6. Insure that your starting build number is set to a whole integer and not a float (e.g. 1, not 1.0)
idoru / SwapToSpec.applescript
Created July 8, 2012 03:18
XCode behavior script for quickly opening corresponding Cedar spec and vice-versa
What does this script do?
This script lets you quickly open the Cedar spec for the corresponding class header/implementation that is currently open in Xcode. If the spec is open, it opens the implementation instead.
How do I use it?
Save this script somewhere.
Start Xcode and go to Xcode > Behaviors > Edit Behaviors…