New releases of qmdoc and limbPosted
A new release of qmdoc is out !
This new release 0.2.0 can now take directories as argument, processing every
*.md it said directory and its subdirectories.
Additionally notion of groups and sorting groups have been added, to automatically sort pages by their titles or file names, as well as optionally creating groups in the pages' TOC.
A special handling of symlinks has also been added to allow one page to have multiple names linking to it.
New software: qmdoc: Quick MarkDown Documentation GeneratorPosted
I'm happy to announce the release of a new software: qmdoc.
qmdoc is a simple, lightweight, fast tool that will convert MarkDown files into HTML files, with an aim at documentation.
From the Blog...
Shell: How to read pipe from another fd?Posted
It might be that you remember when, a few days ago or so, I talked about piping to another fd ? Well, let me introduce you to part two ! :)
Yeah, because apparently some sort of "unusual" pipes is a thing I find myself needing/wanting to do often. Also, me & file descriptors makes 6, or something.
Anyhow, quick recap: last time I wanted to pipe output from one process to
another, except that I didn't want the
reader to be reading from its stdin.
There were reasons for that (having to do with password input), and the solution
was, as you may already know/recall, process substitution.
Now I find myself in some kind of "reverse" situation, as I don't mind if the
reader will read from its stdin, however the
writer will not be writing to
its stdout !
Any GTK wizard out there who knows how to control a scrollbar?Posted
I have started a little project which requires a graphical interface, and I'm using GTK3 to do so.
One thing I need is to have a scrollbar. Nothing fancy here?, one would think.
And one would be right, after all there is a
GtkScrollbar widget that's just
what you'd think it is (if you thought it implemented a scrollbar that is...).
But because I'm picky or something, I wanted my scrollbar to have, say, values from 1 to 10, or 7 with a page size of 3. And, most importantly, I want possible values to only be integers. So 1, 2, 3, and so on up to 7. But no 1.2 or whatever.