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commit 92511ed77d586ea5e41fc798f5539f08a9304d7e
parent c0eda12088753efe22c893c05a2a4bafa394a68f
Author: z3bra <>
Date:   Tue,  1 Apr 2014 14:11:27 +0200

Removed markdown titles to use HTML anchors

2013/10/home-sweet-home.txt | 14+++++++-------
2013/12/love-me-some-latex.txt | 2+-
2014/03/toolbox.txt | 30+++++++++++++++---------------
3 files changed, 23 insertions(+), 23 deletions(-)

diff --git a/2013/10/home-sweet-home.txt b/2013/10/home-sweet-home.txt @@ -13,7 +13,7 @@ Yes, a summary, because that's gonna be a LONG article. * [Status bar](#bar) * [Integration](#setup) -### Introduction +<h3 id='intro'>Introduction</h3> Okay, so you have finally installed your distro of choice, cleaned the whole setup, installed, xterm and vim... @@ -36,7 +36,7 @@ with me. If you feel uncomfortable with some points, just avoid them. You're not here to feel bad, but to find advices on **setting up your home!** -### Window manager +<h3 id='wm'>Window manager</h3> This is the most important part of your future environment. It is the god that will tell all your windows where to go, how to move, @@ -96,7 +96,7 @@ do that is a better idea, as it follow the [UNIX philosophy](, and it will help you a lot if you want to try another WM. -### Terminal +<h3 id='term'>Terminal</h3> Here we are. The terminal. The central part of the whole setup! @@ -235,7 +235,7 @@ I wrote a small script for the purpose: []( that dump 16 colors along system informations</span> -### Shell +<h3 id='sh'>Shell</h3> right after seeing the terminal, you can't avoid it's main program: **the shell**. If you don't know this already, the shell is the link between the user and the @@ -299,7 +299,7 @@ And my old zsh prompt: <span class='caption'>A few different prompts, from top to bottom: sh, zsh, bash, zsh</span> -### CLI tools +<h3 id='cli'>CLI tools</h3> The shell is the core of a UNIX/Linux based system. So having a bunch of fast, light and efficient CLI tools is a must. There are @@ -335,7 +335,7 @@ top-right: **mutt** bottom-left: **tmux** bottom-right: **irssi**</span> -### Status bar +<h3 id='bar'>Status bar</h3> All of this is great, but I think that if you want to check the time, you're not willing to open a terminal, and type: @@ -369,7 +369,7 @@ terminal multiplexer status bar, [as phyrne suggested]( in one of his blog post</span> -### Integration +<h3 id='setup'>Integration</h3> Now that we potentially have a working desktop, let make it spawn correctly, using ONLY one file: `~/.xinitrc`. diff --git a/2013/12/love-me-some-latex.txt b/2013/12/love-me-some-latex.txt @@ -311,7 +311,7 @@ There you go, you are now ready to write your own latex documents, and browser the web to find help about what is not explained in this post (there is **A LOT** things about latex..) -### Tips +<h3 id='tips'>Tips</h3> Before leaving you, here are just a few tips, from my experience with latex (particularly images). diff --git a/2014/03/toolbox.txt b/2014/03/toolbox.txt @@ -49,7 +49,7 @@ tools, because that's too specific. * [thingmenu](#thingmenu) * [wendy](#wendy) -### 2bwm +<h3 id='2bwm'>2bwm</h3> [LINK]( &mdash; [SHOT](/img/2014-01-08-2bwm.jpg) @@ -70,7 +70,7 @@ works kinda like traditionnal workspaces, except that you can show or hide them independently, allowing you to show multiple workspaces at the same time. See a showcase [here]( -### 9menu +<h3 id='9menu'>9menu</h3> [LINK]( &mdash; [SHOT](/img/2014-03-17-menus.jpg) @@ -87,7 +87,7 @@ Another good advantage (but you can totally live without it), is the ability of 9menu to act as an interpreter, so that you can write your menu using the shebang: `#!/usr/bin/9menu` -### bar +<h3 id='bar'>bar</h3> [LINK]( &mdash; [SHOT](/img/2014-03-13-bar.jpg) @@ -104,7 +104,7 @@ to get a tons of infos within that thin, lovely bar. I forked it to add a little feature: change the width of the bar on startup, allowing to use bar as a notification [popup](#popup) -### dtach +<h3 id='dtach'>dtach</h3> [LINK]( &mdash; [SHOT](/img/2014-03-13-dtach.jpg) @@ -139,7 +139,7 @@ I personnaly use it to reattach to my irssi session, as it's the only application I need on a remote server. You will also be able to send an application from one screen/tmux session to another. Isn't that cool ? -### fcount +<h3 id='fcount'>fcount</h3> [LINK]( @@ -155,7 +155,7 @@ script that will be executed every second to display the number of unread mails in a status bar, it is usefull to gain some miliseconds. Take it or not, this is your choice. -### hsetroot +<h3 id='hsetroot'>hsetroot</h3> [LINK]( (dead) @@ -165,7 +165,7 @@ gradients, add tint to images... Everything you could want to do with a wallpaper can be done with it. And it's light as I like ! Forget that crappy feh ! You can barely get rid of the .fehbg that pisses you off ! -### ii +<h3 id='ii'>ii</h3> [LINK]( @@ -206,7 +206,7 @@ simple and good unix tool. I use it within a tiny script along with a tool of mine ([ptii](#ptii)) to get a quick access to the IRC without having to fire up irssi with 4 server connection, 10 channel autojoins, and such.. -### instagram +<h3 id='instagram'>instagram</h3> [LINK]( @@ -218,7 +218,7 @@ It will also open a preview of the shot you just took, and put it in a predifined folder. You can write your own 'upload' function to upload the way you want -### meh +<h3 id='meh'>meh</h3> [LINK]( @@ -236,14 +236,14 @@ When you press `<enter>`, meh outputs the current image name to stdout. It allows cool stuffs like meh \*.jpg | xargs rm to delete the images upon pressing `<enter>`. -### popup +<h3 id='popup'>popup</h3> [LINK]( This is just a simple script that uses my fork of [bar](#bar) to display a small notification bar at the top left hand corner of your desktop. -### prout +<h3 id='prout'>prout</h3> [LINK]( @@ -258,7 +258,7 @@ want to implement this feature... Anyway, this is pretty neat to me! I hope you'll enjoy it. -### ptii +<h3 id='ptii'>ptii</h3> [LINK]( &mdash; [SHOT](/img/2014-03-13-ptii.jpg) @@ -270,7 +270,7 @@ will be able to talk on multiple channels easily. Using simple commands like The interresting point of this tool is that it uses inotify to automatically add channels to your list when ii create the folders. -### skroll +<h3 id='skroll'>skroll</h3> [LINK]( &mdash; [SHOT](/img/2014-03-28-skroll.gif) @@ -288,7 +288,7 @@ And here comes skroll ! Just pipe your text to it with the -r flag (so that there is a new line after each scroll-step), and pipe that output to dzen2 or bar or whatever. **BAM** that's black magic ! -### thingmenu +<h3 id='thingmenu'>thingmenu</h3> [LINK]( &mdash; [SHOT](/img/2014-03-17-menus.jpg) @@ -302,7 +302,7 @@ submenus and "back" buttons, that you can easily improve to fit your own needs. Also, feel free to browse the whole git repo, it's full of good stuff ! -### wendy +<h3 id='wendy'>wendy</h3> [LINK]( &mdash; [SHOT](/img/2014-03-13-wendy.jpg)