Writing this plugin in python has been nothing but a joy. I’ve honestly never had an easier time just whipping out a script and adding features to it. I almost did it in perl, as weechat has a scripting interface for perl and I am more knowledgeable with perl, but I feel as if I would have had a harder time writing this in perl.
Recent changes to the script include:
so I add that to the array, but Gmail on the web sends my signature as
-- Tony Lademan
so I also add “–” to the array as well. Similarly, if you don’t have a signature, but your client quotes messages with a string such as On DATE, NAME wrote:, then you can add wrote: or the name to your array. Commands are described in the comment body of the script. Multiple strings can be stored and will be used to determine when the script should stop reading the message body.
There’s no change log in the file itself yet, not sure if I should do that or push this to its own git repo and make a separate CHANGELOG file that aggregates all of the relevant logs from my current “scripts” repo. Or just push my entire scripts repo somewhere public and not give a shit.
Link to the original post with links to the source.
Here’s an ultra alpha version of my todo app mentioned in the previous post. It’s incredibly usable, I think, but I know there are a few issues. Nothing the user should encounter (unclosed cursors, for example), but definitely high on my todo list.
I’ve not had much time to work on this recently since I’m in between apartments at the moment.
But yeah, try it out, leave a comment.
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For the past month or two, I’ve been working on a little todo app for Android in my free time. I didn’t like any of the apps on the market, mostly because they lacked a minimilistic widget (or in some cases, lacked an entire widget), so I decided to build my own.
I did the same thing in perl quite a while ago to learn how to manipulate XML from within perl. The android version uses sqlite, since it’s built into the system, basically.
It doesn’t do anything fancy, nor does the date really matter yet (it is a secondary sort term, but that’s it for now), but I’m already finding it pretty handy, and I think I’m getting comfortable with the idea of releasing it.
I think it would be really cool to do some sort of cloud storage thing so that I could link it with my perl script and have the same list on all of my devices, but that’ll be way down the line.
NOTE: I apologize for the size of the images, I’m doing this from my phone, so making thumbnails and linking to the full-size image is pretty tough. If I remember to, I’ll fix this later.
Charm – Command line program allowing managing of WordPress, Livejournal, Blogger, and quite a few other journal thingers. Runs on Python.
I honestly still have no drive to update this thing despite having an accessible client (the web interface is accessible, but.. :/).
Right now I’m trying to figure out just what the hell is going on with Groovy and SoapUI properties. Groovy seems to insist on storing properites as strings. This is fine, until I need to do some math on — holy shit. I can probably just store it as a global context variable, but I might get the same issues.
Nope. Same shit. Properties are strings, and none of the java functions (parseInt, getInteger, valueOf) seem to be able to pull the value of it! GRR!
This should work. It doesn’t. This is annoying. I don’t like trying to fix the same damn bug all day, but I’ve got nothing else assigned to me… soo…
Fellow tester just said ‘sephamore’ instead of ‘semaphore’ …..
Assignment three for this class consists majorly of learning how to develop Java Beans and minorly of learning NetBeans and JSP. Once I figured out what I was doing, the first two parts were easy. The second two parts look to be as well, I just really wish to get to sleep right about now, but it looks like Sarah has taken the whole bed :/
Based on how I go about it, our one month is on Wednesday (the 29th to the 29th). Her point of view is that our one month is four weeks after the 29th of March. Either way, we ended up celebrating (I guess?) today (Saturday) because doing things on a Wednesday is just kinda lame, since there’s school all over the place during the week.
She was alerted to this ice cream place on the north side by the name of iCream by (a friend | TechNews | I don’t know for sure, I should pay more attention). The main reason we were eager to check it out was that they offer soy ice cream in addition to regular milk based ice cream. They also offer soy and regular based pudding, yogurt, and sorbet (dunno if the last two have soy variants?). Basically, you pick your base (ice cream, etc.), your flavorings (banana and vanilla for her, mint and vanilla for me), your toppings (she: blueberries, me: oreos), and the color you want (she got green, I forgot to ask for purple). Then you can watch them inject the flavoring extract into the liquid base, stick it in a mixing bowl, and LIQUID NITROGEN. Shit was delicious. Hers tasted like some sort of candy, mine was exactly what I expected, but that does not detract from it at all.
We came back and hung out in my room and watched Firefly and talked and stuff. When she started getting really sleepy I started working on my Java.
I really don’t like my writing style in this post. I blame it on general tiredness not having written in a while.
Besides some school stuff here and there.. life is fantastic.
Nicole and I move into the apartment in two weeks. That is going to be hectic and wonderful at the same time.
When did I last update? April 20th? Hawking got better.
Last real update? March 26th? Exactly one month ago? Damn.
I bought two new pairs of jeans at Target the other week. They’re both size 28/30, yet one is slightly looser than the other. They’re the same brand, even. These are the first pairs of pants that sit at my waist without the aid of a belt. I have always warn 30/30s in the past, often with a belt, but it was never really required. It feels better to just have them sit naturally at my waist, though. It’s weird, I like it. I also really really really like the cut of the jeans, the legs look and feel a lot better on me than my other jeans’ do. I think I’m finally starting to look decent with these new jeans and my small shirts (instead of baggy khakis and large shirts). I’ve heard several times that if one is skinny, one should wears clothes that show this, but not in a gross way (i.e. tight pants, skin-tight shirts). I like the direction my wardrobe is taking. It’s neat.