I just wanted to delete all tags set in my Applications folder on OS X and had to look up how to accomplish that in the Terminal since it a) is quite cumbersome to do it in Finder and b) it did not quite work somehow.
related to the Mac OS X operating system
Just like in my previous post I need to jot down some useful commands for Lldb because I need to look them up so often. It contains standard breakpoint handling and running - just the very simple basics I should never forget. Note that this document will grow over time, hopefully.
First of all, do not forget to prepend xcrun to lldb, that makes it much more useable:
Since I happen to forget this every once in a while and end up in trying to debug in the command line but no symbols and no source is found, I drop a message for my future me:
Today I was working with a colleague and reasoned about some code over chat. We sent ﬁlename and line number frequently and I got the impression that this is another perfect candidate for automation.
Since some weeks, I am almost completely using
tig for my work with git repositories.
It requires a unix shell and git to be installed (I have not tried to install it on windows) and I have found that the keyboard shortcuts need some tweaking.
The shortcuts are easy to remember and are particularly easy to use on a US layout keyboard (i. e., where
, etc. are easily avaialble).
Today I had to increase the main memory of my LaTeX installation yet another time and it required quite a while to collect the information again. Therefore, I am pasting my steps here as a future reference.
The last update of R’s tikzdevice (0.7.0) broke all my manually tuned graphs and now I have way too large margins, symbols and text sizes, etc. Even though this update was actually a ﬁx to the previously broken tikzdevice (it simply needed insane amount of margins compared to the other output devices due to ﬁshy metrics), I had workarounds in each graph which I had to ﬁx now - again - manually.
After reading an article on quadpoint.org I have been conﬁgured my IRSSI irc client with a highlight window as suggested by the author. Since I am running IRSSI in a screen/tmux environment, I only need to restart it when my (virtual) machine has been restarted, which is rarely the case. However, after restart, the highlight window is rarely in the right place.
Today I installed clang_complete using Pathogen (i. e., I installed it as a submodule of my dotﬁles git repository aka nesono-bin.
I tried to be smart and went into the submodule’s directory and invoked
That nicely built the vimball and installed itself - but whenever I tried to open a
cpp-ﬁle I got the following error: