Here is a simple WordPress plugin for applying a dark color-scheme to the WordPress editing pane:
It’s a little raw, and I didn’t mess with the TinyMCE editor, so it doesn’t really make sense for “Visual” mode.
I’ve recently been working on a project based in Eclipse (*shudder*). But, I figured as long as I have to use a GUI editor, I might as well get some decent colors going. This was what I managed to put together:
It’s as close as I could get to a direct port of my Molokai theme for Vim. Unfortunately, while Eclipse supports reasonably robust color classes for the code editing panel, it is far less helpful in skinning the rest of the application 🙁
This is a simple dashboard that can run in your spare Tmux/Screen panes. You invoke it with a list of sub-panels you wish to include (e.g. news feed, email synopsis, weather report, system stats, etc.), and it will gather the data and fit it to the size of its pane. You can, of course, run it outside of Tmux, but it does take up the whole terminal, so unless you have multiple terminals natively (Linux/Mac), this is pretty limiting. [Read More]
This is a makefile template that contains the following Git directives:
It’s handy for managing a project under Git version control (especially a project with a remote origin).
Here’s a quick little Vim plugin for document refreshing. When I’m making changes to ADHOC, I like to see how they affect the generated code. Usually I have it generating to the same file repeatedly (“test.c”, for example). In that case, I could just run
tail -f test.c, but then I wouldn’t get Vim’s helpful syntax highlighting. This plugin essentially makes Vim behave like
tail -f. It sleeps for the specified duration (5 seconds by default), checks whether the file has been modified, refreshes it, if it has, and then calls itself again. Also, in my humble opinion, this plugin has the best name of all time.