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gkmngrgn/README.md

HELLO 👋

I'm GoeDev, living in Berlin, but sometimes I visit Ankara. I'm working as a Software Engineer at Mimi and coding in hearing technologies.

If you like my projects, you can support and motivate me. Sometimes I plan to open LiveCoding streams on Twitch. It depends on you.

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  1. dosh Public

    Shell-independent command manager.

    Python 4 1

  2. gork Public

    CLI based 8bit image pixelator, text & object recognition app.

    Python 1

  3. yank Public

    Personal copy&paste service.

    Rust 1

  4. emacs.d Public

    My personal Emacs configuration.

    Emacs Lisp 4

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    >!a::Send {U+00E2}
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    >!c::Send {U+00E7}
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    >!g::Send {U+011F}
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    >!i::Send {U+0131}
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    >!o::Send {U+00F6}
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    ;;; I wrote this snippet after I read this article:
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    ;;; https://blog.cloudflare.com/the-languages-which-almost-became-css/
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    ;;;
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    ;;; The question is, what happens if I want to use LISP for coding CSS, HTML,
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    ;;; and backend-side (render the template and publish it in a server)? Is it

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August 2022

Opened 1 pull request in 1 repository
gkmngrgn/dosh 1 merged

Created an issue in gkmngrgn/dosh that received 2 comments

Add pre-description and post-description for help output.

My planned help output is like this one: $ dosh help dosh 0.1.0 shell-independent command manager Tasks: > setup_my_os place my config files. > ins…

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