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QuickLinks vom 19. Februar bis zum 22. April

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Meine pinboard.in-Links vom 19. Februar bis zum 22. April:

  • Syndicate - is a RSS Discovery Extension for Safari
  • AnyBar - is a small indicator for your OS X menubar that does one simple thing: it displays a color dot. What color means is up to you. When to change color is also up to you.
  • gws - is a KISS, bash, colorful helper to manage workspaces composed of git repositories.
  • xsv - is a fast CSV toolkit command line program written in Rust for indexing, slicing, analyzing, splitting and joining CSV files.
  • Mouse without Borders - is a product that makes you the captain of your computer fleet by allowing you to control up to four computers from a single mouse and keyboard. This means that with Mouse without Borders you can copy text or drag and drop files across computers.
  • RuboCop - is a Ruby code style checker based on the community-driven Ruby Style Guide.
  • HTML5 UP! - makes spiffy HTML5 site templates that are: Fully Responsive, Built on intelligent HTML5 + CSS3, Super Customizable, 100% Free under the Creative Commons
  • Caret - Based on the amazing Ace editing component, Caret brings professional-strength text editing to Chrome OS. With Caret, you no longer need to install a second OS to get what other platforms take for granted: a serious editor for local files, aimed at working programmers.
  • myvim - creates a tar archive of your .vimrc and .vim directory and append it to a small bash script that starts Vim with your usual settings and plugins.
  • vim-anywhere - Sometimes, you edit text outside of Vim. These are sad times. Enter vim-anywhere! Once invoked, vim-anywhere will open a buffer. Close it and it’s contents are copied to your clipboard and your previous application is refocused.