As a small weekend project I wrote my own dotenv CLI.
Dotenv-CLI is a simple package that provides the dotenv command. It reads the
.env file from the current directory puts the contents in the environment and
executes the given command.
After more than two years without an update, I've decided to discontinue
developing reportbug-ng and orphaned the Debian
package. Since reportbug is a more than adequate alternative and reportbug-ng's
popcon value is relatively low, it's probably the best to just remove the
package from the archive.
Profiling in Python has always been easy, however, analyzing the profiler's
output not so much. After the profile has been created you can use Python's
pstats module but it feels quite clumsy and not really empowering. For Python
2 there has been RunSnakeRun, a very convenient tool for analyzing the …
A couple weeks ago Mozilla Thunderbird released version 60 and a lot of
extensions became incompatible. Amongst them Exchange Calendar, an
extension that allows to sync calendars, tasks and contacts with a Microsoft
Exchange Server. That extension has served me well over the last years in my job
where we …
Two months ago I
for help porting
Python3. Python-debianbts is a tiny little library that allows for
querying Debian's bug tracking system. Since Debian's reportbug depends
on it, the library is installed on ca 80% of the Debian installations.
The main blocker back then was that python-debianbts …
I'm currently trying to find a way to port
to Python3. Debian's standard bugreport tool
depends on python-debianbts and can thus not convert to Python3 if
python-debianbts does not as well. Unfortunately python-debianbts
parsing the Debian bugtracker's responses, and that library is …
Hi always wondered what the most popular options are, you usually find
in .vimrc files. So I downloaded 155.vimrc files from the net
(mostly from dotfiles.org and
github.com), and wrote a little
script which counts the
number of times an option has been set. Since most options …
Let's consider the following scenario: I have two Python processes
receiving the same events and I have to measure the delay between when
process A received the event and when process B received it, as
precisely as possible (i.e. less than 1ms).