for bin in fzf nvim code ranger anki meld poedit; do type -P $bin >/dev/null 2>&1 || alias $bin="toolbox run $bin" (1) done
|Do you find yourself regularly running utilities on your host system as well as in your toolbox? Just put this in your ~/.bashrc:|
|1||add [ -c toolbox-name ] to run in a non default toolbox|
I am very pleased to present the 'Ivorian Keyboard' on public repos pour rpm and deb based linux distributions. (Others like Arch, Alpine, Gentoo may follow). This keyboard allows 'easy' typing (without doing finger gymnastics) of Ivorian languages. Many multilingual keyboards require key combinations that interrupt the 'flow' of typing. This keyboard for the most common characters allows the hands to remain positioned normally on the keyboard.
Noto Sans ka ɲi ani Nunito ma ɲi dɛ! The internet is international, but not the case of all fonts.footnote [With the advent of digital typography, "font" is frequently synonymous with "typeface". Each style is in a separate "font file"—for instance, the typeface "Bulmer" may include the fonts "Bulmer roman", "Bulmer", "Bulmer bold" and "Bulmer extended"—but the term "font" might be applied either to one of these alone or to the whole typeface.
Well, the more it changes, the more it stays the same! I have migrated my website from the antora SSG to Hugo. These two technologies are both SSG’s ( Static site generators). Otherwise the excellent 'Antora' was mostly to experiment with its functionality. Antora is the very best solution for managing documentation. I did also fully realize that this was not the best solution to force on a blog.
Simplify your Vim plug-ins with Vim and nvim integrated plug-in managers! Recent version of Vim and Nvim include a plug-in manager, but it seems that not everyone has yet caught yet. Well here are my reasons to abandon Pathogen, Vimplug, and even minpac (which is based on the new integrated plugin managers and uses the appropriate runtime path)
« I ni sɔgɔma! Koow be di? Bara ka ɲi wa? » Can you type that on your phone keyboard? Of course! A ka nɔgɔ! The Google Gboard keyboard is available in more than 500 languages! While we are still waiting for it thought in Senoufo, Guere and Yacouba , at this time its available in Baouké and Jula. Since these keyboards are system utilities, they are available in all applications.