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has a python API, and it's the absolute worst. I have been struggling all day to make pretty printers for some types and I'm honestly baffled as to how this was accepted for release.

Great way to start your day: start a long overdue change in a struct that results in 124 compiler errors.

Snoozing threads, for when you don't want to be notified of new responses in a thread (or flag them as read with a custom user hook)

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YOU: so the A in RAID stands for "Array"?
US: Yes.
YOU: doesn't that mean saying "RAID array" is redundant?
US: Of course. That's what the R is for.

uncondensed threaded list with subject subsorting, ideal for e-mail driven git workflows (readability not final!)

I think simplifying the git model in beginner git tutorials is the greatest cause of mistakes newbies make. It's weird seeing eg `git-rebase` or `git-add -p` as "advanced features". Git in itself is advanced; yes, there is a learning curve but trying to dumb it down to reduce initial effort frequently means shooting yourself in the foot later on.

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Sometimes I get annoyed when I want to quickly code something and it takes a full day.

At other times I get annoyed when I feel like spending a day on a problem and I solve it in 30 minutes.

Someone posted this yesterday (I think) but I can't find it now..

I wrote a fontforge script that stretches out the glyphs to their original visual size: gist.github.com/epilys/9586977

When you don't want to commit or update a .gitignore file, you can add files you want to exclude in .git/info/exclude.


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