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Rafael do Nascimento Pereira
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Ich bin eine brutale Maschine. Wenn ich losgehe, gehe ich.
Ich bin eine brutale Maschine. Wenn ich losgehe, gehe ich.

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I have accidentally run "git stash drop" instead "git stash pop" or "git stash apply" and I was able to recover the stash's contents using this:

https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/192275/retrieve-a-deleted-stash

#git   #recover   #stash   

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I am sorry if  already asked, but I didn't find nothing related to it: I use Git on Linux and I have about 12 repositories. They are totally unrelated. Is there a CLI or GUI Git client or even script where I can know in an automated way, which repo is ahead or behind, between 2 computers I have and my (private) server? 

I would like to disable the capslock key at login time, while running ZShell.
I am running zsh 5.0.5 (x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu) and I have the following .zlogin file:

if [ "$DISPLAY" ]; then
    setxkbmap -option ctrl:nocaps
fi

eval $(ssh-agent) > /dev/null

The ssh-agent is started, but the capslock key in not disabled. When I run the .zlogin manually it works. Any suggestions ? Thanks in advance. :)

#archlinux #zsh  

If you use tabs for indentation, this may be useful:

highlight RedundantSpaces term=standout ctermbg=Grey guibg=#ffddcc
autocmd BufWinEnter * call matchadd('RedundanSpaces', '\(\s\+$\| \+\ze\t\|^\t*\zs \+\)\(\%#\)\@!')

It highlights:

1 - trailing spaces
2 - leading spaces
3 - spaces before tabs
4 - spaces after tabs

Credit: I just extended the original idea shown here:
https://stackoverflow.com/questions/4998582/show-whitespace-characters-in-gvim

  #vim #tips #highlight  

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Again the theme "versioned kernels install" (as in arch bug tracker FS#16702), but this time I ask something different. Apparently the arch based distro manjaro, solved this issue:

http://wiki.manjaro.org/index.php/Manjaro_Kernels

Has anybody here already used this distro ?
#archlinux #kernel #versioning  

I have already searched and found some workarounds, but it means manuall work. Is there a pratical/automated way to keep the previous kernel versions (modules too) installed ? Thanks in advance.

If one uses TABs for indentation, this can be useful, it highlights redundant spaces (spaces at the end of the line, spaces before or after tabs):

highlight RedundantSpaces term=standout ctermbg=Grey guibg=#ffddcc
call matchadd('RedundantSpaces', '\(\s\+$\| \+\ze\t\|\t\zs \+\)\(\%#\)\@!')

#vim #programming  

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