Mac OS X 10.9
The ambitious goal to " Streamline Chef Workflow for all" is really making us bite our nails. Thankfully we have a strong community that will help us get to this goal.
jaymzh : Added support for enable and disable to MacOSX service provider.
bossmc : Made formatters more resilient to nil exception messages.
valodzka : Fixed the convergence message in deploy provider.
linkfanel : Made attribute arrays able to handle non-dupable elements while being duped.
linkfanel : Removed ruby-shadow installation on cygwin platform.
lbragstad : Add IBM PowerKVM to platform map.
slantview : Allow boolean and numerics in cookbook metadata.
jeffmendoza : Made …
…giant, evil corporation who was charged with being a monopoly. I switched to the Mac when OS X was announced in 2000 and hadn't really touched since.
Sure, Windows is a key part of the Microsoft ecosystem (and rightly so), but it also no longer seems to be the central focus that directs everything …
Whether its iOS, Android, Windows Phone, or OS X, the app is the nut of any platform. It's what your consumers will predominantly use to interface with your service and will shape their opinion on it.
This is likely going to be where most of your time is spent, assuming you want to build something that stands out in such a crowded market. There are plenty of hybrid app solutions that can get you on all platforms quickly, but quick doesn't necessarily mean quality.
…compiler installed on your machine and have the ncurses headers available. I'm writing this on OSX Mavericks (which requires installing XCode), but other flavors of Unix should have the headers available for installation if they don't ship with the OS (e.g. apt-get install libncurses5-dev on Ubuntu).
Once you have the necessary dependencies installed, let's start with the basic building block of any ncurses-based program: the window.
Since we have a simple …
Fixed closing of file descriptors on OS X 10.9.
Fixed compilation of native_support on.
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Once we have our team dotfiles cloned, we should install rcm. On OS X, we can use the Brewfile : brew bundle dotfiles/Brewfile
See the docs to install on other platforms.
Next, we use rcm's rcup command to symlink files from thoughtbot/dotfiles to ~/.aliases , ~/.gitconfig , ~/.psqlrc , ~/.tmux.conf , ~/.vimrc , ~/.zshrc , and others: rcup -d dotfiles -x-x LICENSE -x Brewfile
The -x options, which exclude the README.md , LICENSE , and …
RubyMotion: Under the hood - A look at tools for exploring the internals of running and other iOS apps.
The Best - A variety of sites to allow you to create and share web pages quickly. for (not jsFiddle)
CodeKit 2 - for building web sites on OS X with a bunch of nifty autorefresh features.
…gitsh@ commit -m "We are pair programming!"
If you're on Mac OS X, you can install gitsh via Homebrew: brew tap thoughtbot/formulae brew install gitsh
If you're on gitsh README ., there are install instructions in the
Don't forget to check out the man page: man gitsh
And if you do find a bug, please report it on the gitsh . repo
…actually incredibly easy due to's keymapping functionality and the fact that OS X's registers itself as a consumer of dict:// . Simply add the following to your ~/.vimrc file: " Use \d on top of a word to look it up in Dictionary.app nmap <silent> <Leader>d :!open dict://<cword><CR><CR>
Now, whenever you're curious about finding inventive 1 ways of stating something - just type \d when your cursor …