Found this gem while reading the documentation from good ol' vim:
First language that I know of, where checking references to stuff actually return false.
Start Cygwin as an Administrator, and then run:
Follow the instructions on the screen.
Because in it I can alias things, for example:
This allows me to run python in a folder of my choice and having it instantly available in my python path.
This is so I can have python modules in a decent hierarchy.
Do you know why you would name a configuration object „o”?
Because then you can write this:
Personally I would have preferred:
But it looks amazing anyway, that o=o is looking straight into my developer soul.
PS: Why else would someone name an object variable "o"?
The one to rule them all. The browsers that is.
SharpKnight is an Android chess game.
MagicGroup is an eclipse plugin.