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  1. vim running Rust tests

    Introduction

    If you ever used VS Code to edit Rust source code, you might already know you can launch just the test you care about.

    Run a Rust test in VSCode

    But I love too much Vim to convert to VSCode. And yes, I know there is a Vim plugin but these emulation plugins are never …

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  2. Rust testing ecosystem

    Introduction

    I’ve been working with Rust daily for a year now and generally, I have been very happy with this language and it’s ecosystem. Of course, the ecosystem is still pretty new, a lot of things are missing or incomplete but it’s only a five year’s …

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  3. Displaying dates and time in Gnuplot

    Introduction

    When you need to display some specific data in Gnuplot, it may be hard. However, for dates, it is easy, there is already a functionality.

    For example, if you want to display date and hour base on a timestamp you have in your data, you can and that is …

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  4. Gnuplot graphic with 2 different scales

    Introduction

    Gnuplot is a nice tool to create graphics. However, sometimes, we need more specific functionalities we may think Gnuplot does not have. A deeper look into Gnuplot functionalities show us that it is a very powerfull tool!

    Yesterday, I needed to create a graphic with 2 curves on it …

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  5. Replace multi-lines pattern with sed

    Introduction

    Let’s define this problem by an example. This is the kind of text I want to modify.

    # include <stdio.h>
    void main(int argc, char ** argv) {
    	printf("Hello world!\n");
    	printf("Version 2.0\n\
    			You can use this program as you want.\n");
    	return 0;
    }

    This is …

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  6. Installing Movim on PostgreSQL

    Introduction

    Do you know Movim? You should take a look if you’re interesting in social network that are trying to take care of your privacy. With it, you own your data.

    OK, that’s great…​ but that means that you must install it on your server. Let’s do …

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  7. Generate slides from DocBook

    Introduction

    I’m a big fan of LaTeX. However, when it comes to details, LaTeX is not what it sells you: you can’t really separate the content from the display when you need something nicer than the default. Moreover, the semantic description of parts of the content in LaTeX …

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  8. Connect Firefox OS device to Arch Linux

    Introduction

    Firefox OS, what is that? If it’s your question, this article is probably not for you. You may take some information on Wikipedia.

    Now, you know. So, Firefox OS (or Boot2Gecko or B2G) is developed in HTML5 (by HTML5, I mean HTML5+CSS3+ECMAScript/JS). This is a …

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