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Hi list.

I'm writing API client for mastodon from few days ago.

Currently, all of APIs which is written in documentation of mastodon have already been implemented. And using context package. Also include command line app.


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Memo: Take a note in CUI
I wrote new app for CUI users. This is easy, fast, pretty, seamless for taking notes. Moving the directory into local Dropbox may be useful.

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Hi, Gopher!

On Sep 9, We will publish a book "みんなのGo言語" in japan which wrote about Go-lang.

"みんなのGo言語" is meaning "Our Go-Lang" in english. Below is list of authors. You may know some.

And me. :)

If you will get this book, try to flip through the book.

Have fun.

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Hi, gophers.

I wrote a tool called "cho", which is similar to peco/percol. Works as inline-selector on console.

And also, I wrote a library called go-tty that was part of cho. This will work well to write console applictions.

Currently, this provide ReadRune and ReadPassword (with "*"). As far as I know, most of libraries that provid password prompt for go doesn't work correctly. For example:

$ ls | pasword-input | cat

But go-tty works good on OSX/Linux/BSD/Windows. Try this if having interesting.

- mattn

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鵜飼さんが監訳されておられる様です。目次がいきなり Websocket って所が golang っぽくていいですね。「Web?」っ言いたくなる章が幾つかありますが気にしない。

出来れば表紙絵は gopher にしてほし(ry

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I created a desktop mascot application running on your windows desktop. This is non-CGO / Full Pure Golang application. :)

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I wrote two apps written in go.

WebDAV client on console

WebDAV server that provide filesystem using file/memory/sqlite3/mysql/postgresql.

This is possible to make WebDAV server easily. If you're vimmer, see also . :)

Hmm, I'm getting inexplicable behavior or bug of http2 on go. Trying to connect http server over SSL over proxy server. When the server return Content-Length:0, go http-client get EOF error. 

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Google Intern has added support to run Crouton¹ in a Chrome OS Window. Thanks to a 4,471 lines patch², fearless people can now run their favorite Linux distributions on their Chrome Devices in a nice window without jumping between Virtual Terminals as before. 

Here's how to get there:
- First, you need to make sure your Chrome Device is in Developer Mode³ (not Dev Channel).
- Install the Crouton Integration Chrome Extension⁴
- Download crouton⁵
- Open a shell with <Ctrl>+<Alt>+T, type shell and hit <Enter>
- Run sudo sh ~/Downloads/crouton t unity,extension 



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