vados

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So today, I ran into a problem that I’m pretty surprised that I haven’t run into before. Using Org-Mode in Emacs, I was unable to use the keybinding for insert-heading to insert a new heading. The keybinding is M- but for some reason, when I pressed those magical keys, no new heading was created, just an indented newline. These changes lead me to making some modifications to the ~/.Xdefaults file in my home directory, which I thought would be the perfect thing to save up on configr.

vados

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Well, somehow with all the testing I did on the local build, a part of the code I haven’t given thought to for weeks has broken everything in production!Luckily I was able to find the problem, but there is no doubt that a lot of people visited the site and nothing worked as it was supposed to. For that, I apologize. The ease of using the demo account and registering/using the service was something I prided myself on, but I totally failed at that with the 0.

vados

3 minute read

It’s a little weird to be actively working on a project and not be sure of the userbase, but I figured I should make at least a blog post about the updates I’ve been working on for my super simple service Configr.io! I’m happy to announce the release of a bunch of updates to Configr.io that were requested/sorely needed! During the days since configr.io launched, I’ve been working to add features, and fix bugs that were present, and those efforts have culminated in Confgir.

vados

3 minute read

So every once in a while I shuffle around configurations that should be default (for the way I use things). One of these such configurations is my Emacs configurations files, as well as bashrc scripts or other useful scripts that I like to log around. I thought to myself that it would be great if a dead-simple service thought it would be a good idea to store these files for me, so that when I’m at a console without an x-server, or just don’t want to go hunt for files, I could easily remember a URL and either download some, or all of my configuration files and small scripts.