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We can now just add markdown files as we wish, ~make all~ will build or rebuild
them as necessary.
Another wonderful feature of make, is it's parallel building, through the
Another wonderful feature of make, is its parallel building, through the
~-j/--jobs~ option. You sometimes need to write your rules with parallel
building in mind to get the full benefit of it, but as we've written our rules
here, we can run say ~make all -j 5~ to build five files at once, a potentially
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......@@ -347,7 +347,7 @@ pkgs.haskell.packages."${ghcVersion}".developPackage {
};
# `overrides` are overrides to the package derivations themselves, so it's
# here we can can specify changes to *how* dependencies are built, generally
# here we can specify changes to *how* dependencies are built, generally
# using helper functions from the nix haskell library, see all the options:
# https://github.com/NixOS/nixpkgs/blob/f3282c8d1e0ce6ba5d9f6aeddcfad51d879c7a4a/pkgs/development/haskell-modules/lib.nix
#
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## haskell.nix
[haskell.nix](https://input-output-hk.github.io/haskell.nix/) is an alternate
Haskell infrastructure for nixpkgs. It's own [motivation
Haskell infrastructure for nixpkgs. Its own [motivation
section](https://input-output-hk.github.io/haskell.nix/#motivation) details why
it exists, but generally, the goal is to have nix doing more of the work
natively (instead of relying on things like `cabal2nix`), which increases
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......@@ -787,7 +787,7 @@ This applies to honey, silk, food coloring and glazes, etc.
More on honey:
- [Earthling Ed on honey and it's issues](https://youtu.be/clMNw_VO1xo)
- [Earthling Ed on honey and its issues](https://youtu.be/clMNw_VO1xo)
- [vegan.com/honey](https://www.vegan.com/honey/)
- [Is Honey Vegan? answer by Erik Marcus](https://www.quora.com/Is-honey-vegan/answer/Erik-Marcus)
- [gentleworld.org/3-reasons-not-to-eat-honey](http://gentleworld.org/3-reasons-not-to-eat-honey/)
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......@@ -21,7 +21,7 @@ though, I grew distasteful of the decisions Ubuntu was making and migrated to
Debian, but stuck with GNOME.
I was excited by GNOME 3 when I first heard about it in late 2009 and followed
it's development closely, through all it's redesigns and delays. I began
its development closely, through all its redesigns and delays. I began
running jhbuild in the spring of 2010 to get the latest Shell and continued to
do so until GNOME 3.0 started filtering into Debian experimental.
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......@@ -77,7 +77,7 @@ feel it really only started picking up steam in the past couple of years.
productivity with 2.x)
* Can have performance issues
* Is depending on browsers implementing native code (`Object.observe`) to
alleviate some of it's problems
alleviate some of its problems
* See [this presentation on `Object.observe`](https://markdalgleish.github.io/presentation-a-state-of-change-object-observe/)
......@@ -137,7 +137,7 @@ Tools are available built around these components:
[Homepage][Mithril Homepage]
Opposite end of the spectrum from [Mercury] with regards to modularity: Mithril
is one file. It's goal is to be small and simple, both in the code itself and
is one file. Its goal is to be small and simple, both in the code itself and
the cognitive load required to use it.
### Pros
......@@ -187,7 +187,7 @@ The downside is that the code Flow type-checks has to be pretty much plain JS
(with type annotations) so you can't really combine it with other tools (like
Sweet.js) unless those other tools will preserve the annotations when
transforming the code. One could potentially work around this with something
like [flotate](https://github.com/jareware/flotate) (some of it's [rationale
like [flotate](https://github.com/jareware/flotate) (some of its [rationale
discussed
here](https://github.com/facebook/flow/issues/3#issuecomment-69012810)) as long
as the other tools preserve comments. Some tools (like [Babel]) already support
......@@ -203,7 +203,7 @@ similar to React).
Elm's a modern language designed to make writing code for interactive
applications short, fast, and maintainable. It's well thought-out, pragmatic,
and tries to structure it's design so it's easy to pickup/understand.
and tries to structure its design so it's easy to pickup/understand.
### Pros
* "Better" language than JS to work with
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......@@ -66,7 +66,7 @@ static headers in CloudFront), but it's easy enough and I finally got around to
setting it up for the site redo. [The lambda is very
simple](https://gitlab.com/doshitan/doshitan.com/blob/459db1ff/infra/lambda.js).
Also added a Content Security Policy (CSP), but instead of as a header, it's
Also added a Content Security Policy (CSP), but instead of as a header, it's a
HTML `<meta>` element since it kinda belongs with the content. I could probably
be convinced to go either way with it, but it's in the HTML for now.
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