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  • 19:18 UTC (new) 2019-08-11 A console.dir hint . . . . Marcin Borkowski As everyone knows, console.log is the ultimate debugging tool. ;-) Joking aside, it is genuinely useful (together with console.error) in scripts. I often write small (and sometimes not so small) CLI utilities in Node.js, and they are really indispensable. Sometimes, however, you want to output a complicated structure.
  • 16:13 UTC (new) Comments on 2019-01-20 Filling and version control . . . . yantar92 You may also take a look at centered-window-mode.


  • 17:04 UTC (new) 2019-08-05 datefudge and agenda testing . . . . Marcin Borkowski Some time ago, a question was asked on the Org-mode mailing list about a specific kind of task in Org agenda. This made me think about debugging one’s agenda settings. I’ve already written about batch agenda, but one problem with agenda testing is that it is inherently stateful, in one of the worst ways – it depends on the notion of now. Debugging time-related stuff is hard. (Well, time-related stuff is hard, after all.) It would be great if you could just manipulate Emacs into thinking that the time is some day in the future (or in the past)… Well, actually, it can be done – and it’s easier than I thought.


  • 18:29 UTC (new) 2019-07-29 Git commands as separate executable files . . . . Marcin Borkowski Today we are going to talk about git commands and how they are implemented. Don’t worry, I won’t get too technical – if only I have not studied Git sources (I do not speak C well enough for that anyway). It is enough for us to read the manpage of the git command itself (which I did, along with some experimentation).