May be the first dotfile manager to move me away from my beloved GNU stow setup -
it does everything stow does (in fact, you can migrate without changing your repo),
but it also does templating of files (amazing if some program has to change its config files every now and again)
plus it allows different deployment targets with config-merging and multiple includes (e.g. you can have a modular graphics, wm and so on setup and enable/disable anything based on deploying to Win/Linux/Mac)
Seems powerful and since it is contained in a single rust binary we can also quickly bootstrap with a simple script in the beginning.
Transports (bridges) for your xmpp server (examples for prosody and ejabberd included) to set up interop with a variety of walled-garden legacy messaging services. Supports for example Signal, Telegram, Whatsapp, Steam, Discord, Mattermost,...
Creates a top-bar on neovim which contains breadcrumbs from the base project working dir, through the directory structure into the current file, then the current context (e.g. class) and function and if required even into individual variables.
Good discussion and examples on best practices for building/delivering python poetry projects with Docker: Dockerfile tips, which command line arguments/ env vars to use for poetry, and how to approach multi-stage builds.
Run it over your python code (whether manually, as part of build/check step or in pre-commit hook) and you will get 'upgraded' python code!
I.e. all the stuff you grabbed from old tutorials and stackoverflow answers will appear in the more modern pythonic versions.
Put in your account information for 2 (or more) lemmy accounts and it will migrate all your subscribed communities from account A to account B (and C and D and...). Neat! (and necessary atm since lemmy does not have this feature on its own)
A fork of a pretty sweet ChatGPT plugin for neovim which seeks to make it work in an improved way with FOSS versions of GPT trained LLMs. Currently still unusable since it takes too long to generate output on most machines but with improvements will signify a way to use LLMs while staying FOSS and ideally also privacy-aware and offline.
eBay's TSV Utilities: Command line tools for large, tabular data files. Filtering, statistics, sampling, joins and more. - GitHub - eBay/tsv-utils: eBay's TSV Utilities: Command line tools for large, tabular data files. Filtering, statistics, sampling, joins and more.
TSV data wrangling utilities from the command line.
Written in D language.
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