Commit 205c9323 by Adam Monsen

slides/demos: more more more!

parent b7d8d6a6
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start in ~/git/meonkeys/dotfiles/bashrc
see https://gitlab.com/meonkeys/dotfiles
emotiprompt
see smiley() in my bashrc
; false
; true
readline basics
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; history | awk '{a[$2]++ } END{for(i in a){print a[i] " " i}}' | sort -rn | head
slightly different in a shell script because history is disabled
; cat ~/.bash_history | awk '{a[$1]++ } END{for(i in a){print a[i] " " i}}' | sort -rn | head
hollywood
; hollywood
; pkill hollywood
; pkill mplayer
from my bashrc
; cd # with auto-ls, created because ls was top in cli-top-10
; s # alias for cd ..
; mkcd # create dir and cd to it
; vw # vim a file in path (vim with "which")
; p # better grep of process table
; pw # better grep of process table, wide listings
percol
; vim `git ls-files | percol`
pick one with <Enter> or multiple with <Ctrl-space>, then <Enter>
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; sl -l
; sl -F
dutop - top disk space users by subdir
vs. baobab
http://www.pixelbeat.org/scripts/
http://www.pixelbeat.org/scripts/dutop
; cd ~/personal
; dutop
http - one-line HTTP server in current dir
; python -m SimpleHTTPServer 8000
see http() function in my bashrc
hollywood
; hollywood
; pkill hollywood
; pkill mplayer
vim
my Vim setup: https://gitlab.com/meonkeys/dotvim
airline - enhanced status line
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CommandT
start in ~/git/meonkeys/osem
\t
UltiSnips & YouCompleteMe
; vim /tmp/test.html
html5<Ctrl-j>
lorem<Ctrl-j>
ul+<Ctrl-j>
gitgutter
show local modifications in "gutter" on left
ssh
ssh-agent
multiplex
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......@@ -19,8 +19,12 @@ Be present, ask questions. I'll moderate.
* someone else already solved your problem
* `at`, `rename`, `locate`
* yes, there's a GUI too, but you can't easily transform & reuse its output
* ready to tinker, hack, extend, scale
* yes, there's a GUI for that, but you can't easily transform & reuse its
output
* tools like Vim & Bash blur are firstly interactive, but very automatable
* very fast test/dev feedback loop
* bolt a shovel on your telescope, tear it off, bolt on a fish sandwich
instead
SpeakerNote: I was really excited when I wrote my talk title. I do hope your
mind is blown, but my real goal is that you leave here today with one new
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