Got this clip of a huge combat on twitch stream https://clips.twitch.tv/ObedientBlushingCrabYee-LXkN_6PeFZAFcKb6
Hmm it looks different on that clip than it did in the browser, missed the action... here's the actual clip. Interesting to see offset encoded in url https://clips-media-assets2.twitch.tv/raw_media/ghZBmS15Df-j3hWQBXCm-g/42248907161-offset-23416.mp4
Wiki extension: make links propagate so that if a proper noun is linked once, all further words that match it will be the same link
Thinking about doing this kind of splitting of content on my website: ability to post a blog, then include it in a guide. Maybe it's easy enough to copy and paste what I want, then link to specific blog posts from the guide and vice versa. But it could be cool to have a feature like:
- disambiguating between functions, commands, and keys in vim
and include it in a vim guide. Another way to look at this is the fact that all my guides currently load on a single massive page and have no sidebar for navigation etc. Something like https://rust-lang.github.io/mdBook/guide/creating.html
New editor is out, it's called zed and it's macos only... so no thanks... for now at least... but they have a custom font https://github.com/zed-industries/zed-fonts and it looks pretty good https://twitter.com/devongovett/status/1672307153699471360
Coming across some weird behavior with
$ mv .dotfiles/ someothername mv: cannot move '.dotfiles/' to 'someothername': Not a directory
Ok turns out I had it symlinked.
$ ls -l .dotfiles [...] .dotfiles -> /home/razzi/forks/dotfiles/
I was tipped off by reading the strace of mv which had this system call
renameat2(AT_FDCWD, ".dotbackup/", AT_FDCWD, "rename", RENAME_NOREPLACE) = -1 ENOTDIR (Not a directory)
which I looked up in
man 2 renameat2
ENOTDIR A component used as a directory in oldpath or newpath is not, in fact, a directory. Or, oldpath is a directory, and newpath exists but is not a directory.