Very nice implementation of a river-wm 'layout' which can actually be used to generate your own layouts with lua.
As far as I can see, for now this only supports a single layout file and not switchable/callable layouts with different namespaces, but that is sure to come.
Fast, small, webkit based browser framework extensible by Lua.
Similar-ish in looks to qutebrowser, similar-ish in default ux to vimperator, qutebrowser, pentadactyl and so on.
No clue why I did not learn of it sooner. It will probably not replace my (heavily customized) qutebrowser setup any time soon but seems an interesting alternative nonetheless!
A perfect filter for pandoc when creating annotated bibliographies, chapters, individual sections, different primary and secondary sources and the like --- Anything you have to have separate bibliographies for, really.
It's a table that sets up another table's behavior. Say you have a table fnark where it's paramount that "YO HEADS UP" is displayed every it gets a new entry. The way to do that would he to create a new table (let's call it behavior) and set its newindex method accordingly. And you also want fnark to say "YEAH MAN ALREADY THERE" when some existing entry is accessed: you set that up in behavior's index method. When you're done describing behavior, you tell Lua that behavior is what defines how fnark should behave: setmetatable(fnark, behavior). And now, whenever you add some new entry or reference an existing entry in fnark, you get the messages from above. That's metatables in a nutshell.
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