This is by far the most boring piece of this whole endeavor.
Unfortunately, as we accumulate years of experience, old habits accrete on the programmer and tools such as
Make become an integral part of our fossilized identity. You will have to forgive me for my use of Makefiles!
First, we will need OCaml. This is because our Reason code will be compiled to OCaml, then, using the OCaml compiler, to native code.Read more
Added a tiny command installer to sbase-for-android.
Man, I use these commands all the time: so nice being table to type
Full automation: Consul monitoring of a Rancher setup across the board, with some Ansible help.Read more
…because of course right after I bought it, it was discontinued…Read more
This is so ridiculous. Hearing the same folks who claim that gun control doesn't work are now making...
This is so ridiculous. Hearing the same folks who claim that gun control doesn't work are now making the case that terrorists attacks could be prevented by forcing cell phone vendors to hand over encryption keys.
You have to pick one: either the bad guys go through alternative channels than honest people, as can be the case with guns, or they don't. In case you do not understand that, the baddies do not have to use the same encryption methods as other users, either.
Well, at least we know how to survive a face palm…
As a fairly recent LG urbane owner, I felt sad that so many great faces have a dim mode that doesn't...
As a fairly recent LG urbane owner, I felt sad that so many great faces have a dim mode that doesn't look near as good as their bright mode.
So I put together this small racket app: https://github.com/fusion/Watch-It-/releases
It does the stupidest thing: it attempts to make a face's bright settings also its dim settings.
It will not work with protected faces and will likely also not work it a face makes heavy usage of scripting.
If you download it, let me know how it is working for you (or not!)