Sun 19 Feb 2023

One Does Not Simply 'pip install'

So, you’ve got your brand new pristine machine and you’re keen to kick off a new Python project. You know you want to use packages that others have written and focus only on the code you need to write. So you head off to github, find your favourite package and turn to the readme to get it installed - it seems dead simple just a ‘pip install’ away. Nothing could possibly go wrong. Right?

Source: One Does Not Simply 'pip install', an article by Ian Wootten.

Introduction to Ido Mode

There are many ways of improving your productivity when you use Emacs, and Ido (or “Interactively DO things”) is one of those packages that you enable and then never, ever turn off again. Although it’s got a lot of competition today, it’s still a useful package because it hand crafts the completion experience for files and buffers. That’s something most modern completion frameworks don’t do.

Source: Introduction to Ido Mode, an article by Mickey Petersen.

Angel Has Fallen (2019)

Mike Banning is framed for the attempted assassination of the President and must evade his own agency and the FBI as he tries to uncover the real threat.

In the evening Esme and I watched Angel Has Fallen. I liked the movie and give it a 7 out of 10.