Not even once! Run relevant code-checking tools on your code, before it is even checked in locally. Using the Ruby project Overcommit, you can set this up on your own machine in a jiffy. Or, read more about git hooks. I took these steps: Install the overcommit gem in your active Ruby. gem i overcommit […]
On Wednesday, I once again journey south, to Poznan in Central Europe, to participate in the PolyConf programming conference. As every year, it is about getting new perspective on things, from happy and grumpy people in the field. The field of computering. I’m lucky to see some familiar faces in the list of people going there, and […]
I celebrate beginning to use child themes, again.
In order for Homebrew to locate the right header files, we have to present them to the pkg-config system. This short tutorial introduces a fix and an explanation.
#kod100 is a thing. In Sweden. “Do FOSS stuff for a hundred consecutive days.” Keeping a log of it is optional. So, I’m dusting off WordPress. And trying. Things experienced in this session: Use the wp-cli command-line tool to manage WordPress. Until it’s completely package-stable, use it from the Git repository. Fine instructions at their […]
If you’ve been plagued by unwanted ad notifications in your Android device, identify the culprit with AirPush Detector. Then you know what to uninstall. Just had a success with it. It’s Open Source, too.
In The working class of computer art GOTO80 talks about demoscene parties: What is the point? Well, I really like the freedom of the copy party. Think of it as a hackerspace disco with lots of man-beer and old music. Thereâ€™s no money and no bullshit. You donâ€™t have to network with the right people […]
Laurent built a Growl notifier for PHPUnit test results so that you can see red/green as a Growl notification on your Mac.
The command ls lists files in current directory in many ways. Misspelling it as sl is common. Common enough to make an ASCII joke about it. Linux distribution Debian packages sl as this ASCII joke. Today, Trivium pointed to a much better and brand-new sl. sl takes the most common use of Unix ls, to […]
This link post is quite irrelevant should you never be using PHP. Therefore, I categorized it. Published in 2010, Unix manual pages for PHP functions is still a useful tip. A decade of using Python, and you don’t ask yourself where the argument goes in a function you use daily. Experienced PHP developers look at […]