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2018-04-23

2018-04-21

  • 12:57 UTC (new) (history) 2018-04-21 counsel-rg and symbol at point . . . . Marcin Borkowski Preview: Continuing my streak about counsel, I had a small a-ha moment a few days ago. I often use counsel-rg. It was rather annoying for me that I had to mark the function or variable name at point, copy it to the kill ring, invoke counsel-rg and then yank it back. Until I realized that all this was unnecessary.

2018-04-15

  • 07:18 UTC (new) (history) 2018-04-15 counsel-org-clock . . . . Marcin Borkowski Some time ago I blogged about my Org-mode hydra. It turned out that that a link to that short article was posted to Reddit, and one of the commenters pointed out his counsel-org-clock package.

2018-04-09

  • 20:04 UTC (new) (history) 2018-04-09 counsel-yank-pop . . . . Marcin Borkowski Some time ago I wrote a tip about yanking, and I was informed in a comment that helm has helm-show-kill-ring, which is a replacement for M-y. Turns out that the Ivy suite has counsel-yank-pop, which is a similar thing. Even better, instead of binding M-y to it manually, you can just turn counsel-mode on, and many Emacs commands will be automatically remapped to their counsel equivalents. Nice!

2018-04-01

  • 03:39 UTC (new) (history) 2018-04-01 Easter 2018 . . . . Marcin Borkowski As usual, I’d like to wish everyone reading this a Happy Easter! Yet again we live to witness the miracle of Jesus rising from the dead. Today does not seem to be a good time to live in. Sin is everywhere, the forces of evil seem to dominate, and the world seems to head towards self-destruction. But this is not actually the case. Jesus already defeated Satan, and we only must join the victorious battle. Happy Easter everyone! (And traditionally, I have a gift to all my readers: a Rosary decade for you!)

2018-03-28

2018-03-26

  • 18:56 UTC (new) (history) 2018-03-26 Human-readable filesizes . . . . Marcin Borkowski A few days ago I needed to display a filesize (in one of the next blog posts I’ll show why I needed this!). The easiest way is to just display the integer – size in bytes – but of course this is not very human-friendly. The “right” way should use whichever units fit the number.

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