When writing in Emacs’ Org mode, export with `C-c C-e h o`.
A browser window pops up with an HTML representation of the document you can copy rich markup from, to then paste in Basecamp’s text area.
Here’s a slightly cumbersome option. Trix (Basecamp’s editor) uses a `contenteditable` block, which retains styling. That means one could convert their comment to HTML (like the preview in a Markdown editor), copy the text from the rendered page, and paste it into Basecamp.
We’ve been using Lintje internally for a couple of days, and my commit messages have increased by 37%!
I published my notes on extracting files and directories from Git repositories (while retaining history) because most search results recommend `git filter-branch`, which you should never use. https://jeffkreeftmeijer.com/git-extract/
To celebrate my eleventh Vim anniversary, I decided to switch to a proper editor.
Let this be a cautionary tale. Install a formatter in your editor and run it on save, lest you’ll break linter with your dinosaur Ruby and everybody who sees it will laugh at you and your single quotes.
If somebody would ever think to create a syntax highlighter based on Vim’s highlight groups, they could theoretically use my new plugin called synner.vim to extract tokens and let Vim do all the hard work. 🤷♂️
Also, call out jokes that normalize working on weekends.
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