So you’ve installed (or upgraded to) ubuntu 11.10 and everything looks great… Except – uh!, lots of gedit plugins are only compatible with gedit 2! But don’t be sad.. or angry.. This guide points out, how to, nevertheless, create a solid foundation that allows you getting prodcutive with gedit!
I am using the Jekyll blog generator for some projects (still not sure if I really like it..) and came across the following requirement the other day:
- The blog should only have an index page, no (visible) sub-posts
- This index page should use pagination
- There should be the ability to link to a specific blog post
The problem was: I wanted to use anchor links (https://some.url/#post-identifier), but – because of the pagination – blog posts “change” their index page (e.g. in jekyll, they move from
How to get the following for your gedit:
- Up-to-date Ruby syntax highlighting
- Proper highlighting for
Rails migrations are easy to understand and easy to write. However, you can save some unnecessary key strokes by applying these three tips :)
There are plenty terminal color gems out there. Now, there is one more. Why?