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-I'm a Site Reliability Engineer, living in Berkeley and working at [Twitter](https://twitter.com). At the moment I'm especially interested in distributed systems and operating systems.
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-date: 2009-06-17T00:00:00Z
-summary: In which I path xmobar for Debian SID
-title: xmobar on debian SID
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-
-If you are using [xmonad](http://www.xmonad.org/) and [xmobar](http://projects.haskell.org/xmobar/) on [Debian SID](http://www.debian.org/) on a laptop, and don't see any battery information, you may have test this [solution](http://5e6n1.wordpress.com/2009/03/30/xmobar-battery-plugin-using-sysfs-not-procfs/).
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-If this didn't solve your problem, try this patch on SysfsBatt.hs :
-
-```diff
-52c52
-< let path = sysfsPath ++ p ++ "/charge_full"
----
-> let path = sysfsPath ++ p ++ "/energy_full"
-62c62
-< let path = sysfsPath ++ p ++ "/charge_now"
----
-> let path = sysfsPath ++ p ++ "/energy_now"
-74c74
-< else showWithColors (printf "%.2f%%") stateInPercentage
----
-> else showWithColors (printf "Batt: %.2f%%") stateInPercentage
-```
-
-Then as before:
-
-```bash
-% runhaskell Setup.lhs configure --user
-% runhaskell Setup.lhs build
-% runhaskell Setup.lhs install --user
-```
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-Battery information should be visible.
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-date: 2008-06-14T00:00:00Z
-summary: In which I describe how I use vim as a personal wiki.
-title: On how to use vim as a personal wiki
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There is different reasons to want a personal wiki on your machine:
* privacy
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-date: 2008-06-17T00:00:00Z
-summary: In which I add a few functions for my vim wiki.
-title: Vim function for creating new task
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I've added a new function to my .vimrc for creating quickly a new task:
```vim
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-date: 2008-06-18T00:00:00Z
-summary: In which I explain how I maintain my zsh configuration.
-title: keep your zshrc simple
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Keep your .zshrc simple. Mine looks like this :
```vim
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-date: 2008-06-20T00:00:00Z
-summary: In which I setup a mirror of CPAN using minicpan.
-title: Mirror cpan
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For the last 10 months, I've been living with no internet connection at home (not on purpose, but this is another story), so I've tried to be as much as possible independent from the web. I've started to use git for being able to work off-line, I use Vim as a wiki on my computer, my blog engine for writing post off-line, ...
As as perl developer, I use a lot the CPAN. So, I've start to mirror the CPAN on my computer. Here is how:
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-date: 2008-06-21T00:00:00Z
-summary: In which I explain how to see SQL queries generated for DBIx::Class.
-title: debug your DBIx::Class queries
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If you use DBIx::Class and want to see what the SQL generated looks like, you can set the environment variable **DBIC_TRACE**.
```sh
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-date: 2008-06-24T00:00:00Z
-summary: In which I share my settings for ack.
-title: Ack
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> Ack is designed as a replacement for 99% of the uses of grep.
[Ack](https://metacpan.org/module/App::Ack) is a really nice tool for searching your source code. It's faster than grep because he already knows what you want : searching your sources files :)
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-date: 2008-06-26T00:00:00Z
-summary: In which I share a snippet of code to display a git branch in vim.
-title: Git branch everywhere
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The current trend is to have the name of the current git branch everywhere. Personnaly I display it in my vim's status bar, and in my zsh prompt.
Here is my vimrc configuration for this (I'm not the author of this function, and can't remember where I saw it first):
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-date: 2008-06-27T00:00:00Z
-summary: In which I share how I manage my dotfiles.
-title: Dotfiles and SCM
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All my dotfiles are stored in a SCM. Most of the time I'm on my main computer, but I can be working on a server or a different workstation. In this case, I like to have all my configurations for zsh, vim, screen, etc.
So, instead of copying my files over different computers, I put everything in a private repostiroy, and when I'm on a new computer, I just have to checkout it. If I do a modification on a machine, I just need to commit it, and I can have the modification everywhere else.
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-date: 2008-06-30T00:00:00Z
-summary: In which we upgrade to Perl 5.10.
-title: Upgrading to perl 5.10
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Get the list of your installed 5.8 modules:
```sh
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-date: 2008-08-08T00:00:00Z
-summary: In which we customize our MySQL prompt
-title: Customize your MySQL prompt
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To customize your MySQL prompt, create a .my.cnf file in your $HOME then add the following:
```sh
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-date: 2008-08-19T00:00:00Z
-summary: In which I have to patch offline imap to make it work on OS X.
-title: offlineimap on osx
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If you are using offlineimap on leopard, on an imap connection with ssl (like GMail) and it keep crashing because of the following error:
```sh
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-date: 2008-12-05T00:00:00Z
-summary: In which I share another snippet of code for vim.
-title: vim and git
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idea from [Ovid's journal](http://use.perl.org/use.perl.org/_Ovid/journal/37966.html) (ovid is full of really good ideas for vim):
to get a quick git diff in my vim session, put this in your .vimrc
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-date: 2009-02-17T00:00:00Z
-summary: In which we tidify a JSON in vim.
-title: tidify a json in vim
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If you have to edit json files from vim, you may want to make them more readable, here is how you can do this:
start by installing the JSON::XS perl module from the CPAN by running `sudo cpan JSON::XS`, then, edit your .vimrc and add the following
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-date: 2009-03-08T00:00:00Z
-summary: In which I went to the Belgian Perl Workshop.
-title: Belgian Perl Workshop 09
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last weekend my co-workers and I went to the [Belgian Perl Workshop 09](http://conferences.mongueurs.net/bpw2009/). I attended the following presentations:
* [KiokuDB](http://conferences.mongueurs.net/bpw2009/talk/1720), by nothingmuch. Slides are available [here](http://www.iinteractive.com/kiokudb/talks/bpw2009.xul). We were able to talk with him during the afternoon, we might we use it at [$work](http://rtgi.fr).
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-date: 2009-04-14T00:00:00Z
-summary: In which I add a hook to git to run my tests.
-title: Git and prove
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A little trick to force you to run your tests before a commit:
in a repositorie, create the following file **.git/hooks/pre-commit** with this content:
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-date: 2009-04-25T00:00:00Z
-summary: In which I control xmms2 from vim.
-title: controll xmms2 from vim
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a really basic way to controll xmms2 from your vim session:
```vim
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-date: 2009-04-27T00:00:00Z
-summary: In which I write a feed aggregator in Perl.
-title: A simple feed aggregator with modern Perl - part 1
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-
Following [Matt's post](http://www.shadowcat.co.uk/blog/matt-s-trout/iron-man/) about people not blogging enough about Perl, I've decided to try to post once a week about Perl. So I will start by a series of articles about what we call **modern Perl**. For this, I will write a simple feed agregator (using [Moose](https://metacpan.org/pod/Moose), [DBIx::Class](http://search.cpan.org/perldoc?DBIx::Class), [KiokuDB](http://search.cpan.org/perldoc?KiokuDB), some tests, and a basic frontend (with [Catalyst](http://search.cpan.org/perldoc?Catalyst)). This article will be split in four parts:
* the first one will explain how to create a schema using **DBIx::Class**
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-date: 2009-04-28T00:00:00Z
-summary: In which we continue to write a feed aggregator in Perl.
-title: A simple feed aggregator with modern Perl - part 2
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> I've choose to write about a feed aggregator because it's one of the things I'm working on at [RTGI](http://rtgi.eu/) (with web crawler stuffs, gluing datas with search engine, etc)
For the feed aggregator, I will use **Moose**, **KiokuDB** and our **DBIx::Class** schema. Before we get started, I'd would like to give a short introduction to Moose and KiokuDB.
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-date: 2009-05-04T00:00:00Z
-summary: In which I go to a few conferences.
-title: RTGI and Perl conferences
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<a href="http://rtgi.fr">RTGI</a> will be one of the sponsors of the <a href="http://conferences.mongueurs.net/fpw2009/">French Perl Workshop 2009</a>. I (or Camille, not sure yet) will also give a <a href="http://conferences.mongueurs.net/fpw2009/talk/1934">talk</a> about the Perl and CPAN community on the web. Camille (for sure this time) will also give do this talk at the <a href="http://yapceurope2009.org/ye2009/">YAPC::EU</a> at Lisbon this summer <a href="http://yapceurope2009.org/ye2009/talk/2061">(and in english this time)</a>.
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