In the early evening I pushed
tumblelog version 5.1.2 to
GitHub. This version mqkes
it easier to style the calendar pages, the month overview pages, the
tags and individual tag pages. I also added a new argument;
--feed-size. The integer value that must follow this option
determines the number of items in each feed. This used to be 14, the
same as the number of days (
--days), but I changed it to 25.
Version 5.1.2 of
tumblelog is available on
GitHub. As always feedback
is very welcome.
Harry Potter, Ron and Hermione return to Hogwarts School of
Witchcraft and Wizardry for their third year of study, where they
delve into the mystery surrounding an escaped prisoner who poses a
dangerous threat to the young wizard.
In the evening Esme, Alice, and I watched Harry Potter and the
Prisoner of Azkaban. Adam had
been to a birthday party and was sound asleep. I had seen the movie
before. I liked the movie and give it an 8 out of 10.
Apple computers include a custom operating system - macOS, which has
a few annoying features. Among the annoyances a special place has to
be reserved for the inability to remove or rename the folders
located in $HOME. On the web countless macOS users are looking for
the ways to bypass this restriction. Multiple suggestions are
provided as possible solutions. You can: replace the folders with
files; hide the folders from ‘Finder’ and make them inaccessible; or
simply learn to live with them, as the system will recreate those
folders by itself anyway.
Source: Cleaning $HOME on
an article by Karolis Koncevičius.
Rust is an exciting language. I recently bought The Rust
Programming Language Book. It’s
quite dense with a lot of concepts I haven’t thought about since
college. Working in high-level programming languages such as Java,
Python, and TypeScript have allowed me to mostly forget about the
woes of low-level programming. Rust has both re-introduced me to
these problems, and then immediately solved them with the advanced
static analysis that its compiler provides.
Source: Rust is
article by Jerred Shepherd.