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28.03.2016 Yokadi 1.0.2
Today I released 1.0.2 of Yokadi, the command-line todo list, it comes with a few fixes: Use a more portable way to get the terminal size. This makes it possible to use Yokadi inside Android terminal emulators like Termux Sometimes the task lock used to prevent editing the same task description from multiple Yokadi instances was not correctly released Deleting a keyword from the database caused a crash when a t_list returned tasks which previously contained this keyword Download it or install it with pip3 install yokadi.
19.10.2017 Top 7 open source terminal emulators for Linux
Do you spend a good amount of your time at the command line? These terminal emulators will help make it a better experience. Are you a system administrator, Linux power user, or someone who just spends a lot of time at the command line? Chances are your choice of terminal emulator says something about you.
13.06.2012 Vim and Share·Like·Connect, a tale of woe
A long time ago in a galaxy far away there was a non-KDE application that supported activities. That is, reporting opened documents to the activity manager (KAMD). That code was essentially left for dead. Mainly due to some missing features and changes in the activity manager’s API. It was the time to play Dr Frankenstein and to pick up the pieces to revive this beast. The Share·Like·Connect problem While the normal part (statistics collector) of KAMD can work well with an application only reporting which document was opened (like the previous version of the vim plugin did), SL...
08.02.2010 Michael Pyne (mpyne): Retro tunes with Phonon
So, in The Beginning, when I was just a young padawan on the Internet, I had been let into a glorious secret: Emulation (not of IBM System/360 machines, but of more important things like the Super NES). Some branching from there led me to zophar.net, a popular emulation site, and their message boards, and also left me with a fascination with emulation. The attributes of some of the older systems like the NES and Super NES made it fairly easy to capture their music-producing software, since those systems used separate co-processors to handle music effects. NES music would be stored in the NSF f...
At last Tokamak (Plasma developer sprint), I’ve made a small KWrite proof-of-concept patch just to see how it will behave with the new activities framework – notifying system when it opens and closes a document. A lot of time has passed since, and activity classes were completely revamped, turned upside-down, went through one API review, and moved from the playground to kdebase/libs. That original patch doesn’t exist anymore, and even if it did, it wouldn’t work for all the changes that were made to activities. The uber-awesome KDE conference – aKademy – was...