what could ever be wrong with sending this to the devil.
Domain Modeling Made Functional - Scott Wlaschin - KanDDDinsky 2019
People usually consider IRC an online only medium, so it's nice to see us mentioned in the Real World!
Thanks to @fsf for the mention in this months newsletter.
O Publico dá hoje destaque, num "exclusivo", a algo que havíamos avançado em... Março: a CNPD não foi ouvida na nova proposta de lei da videovigilância.
starship shell prompt is kinda nice. Was trying some fish shell plugins to configure the prompt but this one shall be the definitive one. All configuration in a toml file is nice, no weird shell weirdness to deal with and bunch of modules to detect things. After some basic configuration I got this in a #ocaml and #scala project. Unfortunately it seems it is not correctly fetching the scala version from the project 🙄 . scala being scala I guess.
I've put the following in my config.fish:
fzf_configure_bindings --directory=\eF --git_log=\eL --git_status=\eS --history=\eH --variables=\eV
which are keybindgs for ALT+SHIFT+ f, l, s, h, and v, correspondingly.
This fzf thing seems kinda interesting. After years of seeing people mentioning it I "accidentally" ended up installing a #fish plugin for it and trying some stuff up. It's interesting, I can see this being useful actually.
Hmm, was reading some fish shell documentation right now and just discovered that there are feature flags that can be checked and turned on or off.
Turning the feature "stderr-nocaret" off, would be a good solution for the #opam init shell initialization that has been broken for a some time already.
Fortunately there's finally a new release of with the fix ready - https://github.com/ocaml/opam/releases/tag/2.0.9 - and should be enough to reinit the sheel configuration to fix it.
Following the wiki at this point. Finally discovered where to find the remaining Soul Vessel 🙄
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