Category Archives: Software
It’s a small tool to parse Unity3D TestResults files from testing in CI/CD environments, but it’s a tool nevertheless. You can find it at https://hackage.haskell.org/package/unity-testresult-parser.
Because nobody seems to know how to actually install Arch, here’s a brief guide. Setup: You need a machine to install Arch on. You also need a version of the Arch installation disk on some bootable medium. You can see … Continue reading
Hooray for hassle-free certificates from the Let’s Encrypt project! It will probably be a hassle to renew them, but at least the certificates are no longer self signed.
So urxvt does this thing where your current screen is just deleted before being saved onto the scrollback buffer, which is fairly annoying for me because I clear my terminal a lot to keep things clutter free. So here’s the … Continue reading
XMonad introduces these really neat things called log hooks and startup hooks, which is a way for you to do stuff every time xmonad is restarted. For instance, displays a welcome xmessage window along with making sure that ibus-daemon is … Continue reading