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Music Theory
Aug 7, 2013

Avatar by Garden Walker
i use fd and bat and ripgrep and fzf and lsd every day and i like them :)

akadajet posted:

yeah, but the find cli sucks. he should do git next

https://github.com/Byron/gitoxide

(i haven't actually tried this one yet though)

Music Theory fucked around with this message at 13:37 on May 24, 2022

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Rooney McNibnug
Sep 2, 2008

"Life always hopes. When a definite object cannot be outlined, the indomitable spirit of hope still impels the living mass to move toward something--something that shall somehow be better."

qsvui posted:

this thread will also enjoy this cat replacement by the same author of fd

I'm no coreutils purist or anything, but I usually stick with them over replacements.

However, this is the exception for me - its absolutely worth using.

Beeftweeter
Jun 28, 2005

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okay the replies here made me check out bat. yeah, admittedly it owns

Share Bear
Apr 27, 2004

akadajet posted:

yeah, but the find cli sucks. he should do git next

lazygit has actually made it possible for me to use git features more advanced than branch and merge

written in go if you care about that sort of thing

quote:

You've heard it before, git is powerful, but what good is that power when everything is so drat hard to do? Interactive rebasing requires you to edit a goddamn TODO file in your editor? Are you kidding me? To stage part of a file you need to use a command line program to step through each hunk and if a hunk can't be split down any further but contains code you don't want to stage, you have to edit an arcane patch file by hand? Are you KIDDING me?! Sometimes you get asked to stash your changes when switching branches only to realise that after you switch and unstash that there weren't even any conflicts and it would have been fine to just checkout the branch directly? YOU HAVE GOT TO BE KIDDING ME!

If you're a mere mortal like me and you're tired of hearing how powerful git is when in your daily life it's a powerful pain in your rear end, lazygit might be for you.

Armitag3
Mar 15, 2020

Forget it Jake, it's cybertown.

Share Bear posted:

lazygit has actually made it possible for me to use git features more advanced than branch and merge

written in go if you care about that sort of thing

lazygit enjoyer here, what's up good buddy

Share Bear
Apr 27, 2004

Armitag3 posted:

lazygit enjoyer here, what's up good buddy

:hfive:

Armitag3
Mar 15, 2020

Forget it Jake, it's cybertown.

I'll also recommend k9s (https://k9scli.io/) for anyone unlucky enough to have to babysit kubernetes clusters but still likes to do some tuiage in style

mystes
May 31, 2006

I have to say that lazygit is a decent name as far as dumb software names go

Armitag3
Mar 15, 2020

Forget it Jake, it's cybertown.

mystes posted:

I have to say that lazygit is a decent name as far as dumb software names go

My go to joke if iím screen sharing and someone asks me what it is is ďitís a program named after meĒ

Cybernetic Vermin
Apr 18, 2005

mystes posted:

I have to say that lazygit is a decent name as far as dumb software names go

also, without having ever used it, that little manifesto is certainly on point.

eschaton
Mar 7, 2007

Don't you just hate when you wind up in a store with people who are in a socioeconomic class that is pretty obviously about two levels lower than your own?

Gentle Autist posted:

why arenít u homies using ack

donít look at me, I always use the Amsterdam Compiler Kit on MINIX

akadajet
Sep 14, 2003

Share Bear posted:

written in go if you care about that sort of thing

don't give a poo poo what it's written in if it's good

git apologist
Jun 4, 2003

eschaton posted:

donít look at me, I always use the Amsterdam Compiler Kit on MINIX

ack is beyond grep https://beyondgrep.com

Beeftweeter
Jun 28, 2005

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eschaton posted:

donít look at me, I always use the Amsterdam Compiler Kit on MINIX

i still think it's so weird that a bunch of old intel stuff is just constantly running minix on a tiny pentium

nudgenudgetilt
Mar 18, 2003

Beeftweeter posted:

i still think it's so weird that a bunch of old intel stuff is just constantly running minix on a tiny pentium

*old* intel stuff?

when did the ME go away?

Beeftweeter
Jun 28, 2005

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nudgenudgetilt posted:

*old* intel stuff?

when did the ME go away?

didn't they switch to something else? i thought it was only older versions of the ME that used x86

e: huh, i guess i had it backwards. according to wiki they were ARC, now they're quarks

nudgenudgetilt
Mar 18, 2003

Beeftweeter posted:

didn't they switch to something else? i thought it was only older versions of the ME that used x86

nah, minix on x86 *is* the new poo poo. it used to be some rtos poo poo on arc

Beeftweeter
Jun 28, 2005

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nudgenudgetilt posted:

nah, minix on x86 *is* the new poo poo. it used to be some rtos poo poo on arc

yeah ninja'd that in there, my bad

still weird as poo poo there's a tiny pentium in there, running minix, right now, doing... something lol

Progressive JPEG
Feb 19, 2003

akadajet posted:

don't give a poo poo what it's written in if it's good

eschaton
Mar 7, 2007

Don't you just hate when you wind up in a store with people who are in a socioeconomic class that is pretty obviously about two levels lower than your own?

nah

itís Amsterdam Compiler Kit

BattleMaster
Aug 14, 2000

is beyond grep like beyond meat?

cowboy beepboop
Feb 24, 2001


I use rg all day long, it's great. going to try bat now :tipshat:

Athas
Aug 6, 2007

fuck that joker

Beeftweeter posted:

yeah ninja'd that in there, my bad

still weird as poo poo there's a tiny pentium in there, running minix, right now, doing... something lol

Sometimes I think that the best way to get engineers to do something dubious, immoral, or stupid for business reasons is to let them use interesting tech to do it.

I guess this is why Haskell and Rust seem to be so popular for Blockchain scams.

luchadornado
Oct 7, 2004

A boombox is not a toy!

cowboy beepboop posted:

I use rg all day long, it's great. going to try bat now :tipshat:

rg and bat are good poo poo. try out fzf too if you haven't

Music Theory
Aug 7, 2013

Avatar by Garden Walker

Athas posted:

I guess this is why Haskell and Rust seem to be so popular for Blockchain scams.

I switched to XMonad a month ago (because I have some sort of brain disease I guess) and, having written a lot of Haskell for that, I don't really see why the appeal. Like, the theoretical stuff is fun and the language isn't really bad (and can be pretty nice), but it's been a bit unpleasant to deal with sometimes.

nudgenudgetilt
Mar 18, 2003

Music Theory posted:

I switched to XMonad a month ago (because I have some sort of brain disease I guess) and, having written a lot of Haskell for that, I don't really see why the appeal. Like, the theoretical stuff is fun and the language isn't really bad (and can be pretty nice), but it's been a bit unpleasant to deal with sometimes.

xmonad was nice when you could wedge a gnome session under it cleanly (circa gnome 2.x?), and you wanted to use haskell instead of lua (awesomewm).

with i3/sway as options these days, xmonad is just a burden

git apologist
Jun 4, 2003

Gentle Autist posted:

why arenít u homies using ack

ok i tried rg and it is a lot lot faster htan ack. friendship with ack ended

eschaton
Mar 7, 2007

Don't you just hate when you wind up in a store with people who are in a socioeconomic class that is pretty obviously about two levels lower than your own?
LOL at not just using twm, olwm, or mwm

Silver Alicorn
Mar 30, 2008

The Game is Never Over
I tried ctwm for a bit, it was neat

mycophobia
May 7, 2008

X is dead

nudgenudgetilt
Mar 18, 2003

and wayland is oh so buttery smooth. life without tearing is something special.

mycophobia
May 7, 2008

nudgenudgetilt posted:

and wayland is oh so buttery smooth. life without tearing is something special.

i dont know how i ever put up with it

Truga
May 4, 2014
Lipstick Apathy
i just enable variable refresh rate on X, too much poo poo still don't work on wayland for me

Buck Turgidson
Feb 6, 2011

𓀬𓀠𓀟𓀡𓀢𓀣𓀤𓀥𓀞𓀬
I want jwm on wayland

fritz
Jul 26, 2003

Silver Alicorn posted:

I tried ctwm for a bit, it was neat

used that in grad school, liked it a bunch at the time

Progressive JPEG
Feb 19, 2003

Truga posted:

i just enable variable refresh rate on X, too much poo poo still don't work on wayland for me

wait like what

i use x11 for synergy but thats it. theres some wdg(?) portal thing that's supposed to do the same thing for wayland eventually. once that portal thing actually exists im out

Mr. Crow
May 22, 2008

Snap City mayor for life
Nvidia is still utterly broken on wayland

Mr. Crow
May 22, 2008

Snap City mayor for life
Its marginally better each new fedora but still unusable

nudgenudgetilt
Mar 18, 2003

Mr. Crow posted:

Nvidia is still utterly broken

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post hole digger
Mar 21, 2011

Mr. Crow posted:

Its marginally better each new fedora but still unusable

yeah nightlight or whatever still not working really ruins it for me

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