Yunohost full app information / data / install paths
yunohost app info -f appname returns the A LOT of info about the appname, including installation paths.
Qutebrowser userscripts folder location / Writing informative error messages
… can be located in
~/.config/qutebrowser/userscripts, not just in
~/.local ..! When tried to run one it didn’t find it helpfully outputted all the paths it looks for them - which is great and I’ll steal this. If a file is not found you know the person will probably need this, especially if they are many.
GNU Stow for dotfiles management
TL;DR create a directory for the dotfiles, with each folder containing dotfiles mirroring the usual dotfiles’ locations in the system; Then from inside the main dotfiles directory do
stow vim bash whatever and it’ll magically put it in the right place in the home directory.
This works because
Stow assumes that the contents of the
you specify should live one directory above where the stow command is run, so having our .dotfiles directory at ~/.dotfiles means using stow to manage our dotfiles just works. [^stowbett]
This is awesome because:
- No manual symlinking
- Dotfiles directory can be easily backed up with git or whatever
Cool dotfile ideas
The stow linked github repo’s dotfiles are actually fascinating: alexpearce/dotfiles: My dotfiles.
# Clone git repos with URLs like "gh:alexpearce/dotfiles" [url "https://github.com/"] insteadOf = "gh:" [url "firstname.lastname@example.org:"] pushInsteadOf = "gh:" # Clone CERN GitLab repos with URLs like "gl:lhcb/Hlt" [url "ssh://email@example.com:7999/"] insteadOf = "gl:"
Git config aliases
Applying the above to my own configs in
Assuming the ssh port is 1234
~/.gitconfig is like
[url "ssh://git@myserver:1234/"] insteadOf = "gh:"
and then in the per-repo settings something similar to
[remote "bitbucket"] url = gh:myusername/myproject.git
Cloning it is now easy:
git clone gh:myusername/myproject
Jekyll syntax highlighting supported languages
List of supported languages and lexers · rouge-ruby/rouge Wiki
Quite a lot! Will try the generic
conf for the