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e1f
this guy keeps track of change he's found on the street, etc. http://changequest.blogspot.com/ in 10 years he found $764.89
JordiGH
I guess we all need a hobby.
e1f's is unearthing fun things from the internet.
madpickle-
opportunity cost of documenting and seeking out pocket change: >$764.89
bremner
hey, that's my $764.89, I dropped it.
e1f
fix the hole in your pocket
JordiGH
Is that USD, AUD, or CAD?
e1f
usd
JordiGH
Or maybe MXN?
bremner
e1f: ah, never mind, I dropped CAD
         

e1f
it's friday, after 5, i'm not starting anything new
JordiGH
(Action) tries to be a good sport and do work but can only stare blankly at the bash prompt.
dim
that's supposed to be the good time for the brain
JordiGH
So is Nexuiz gone into a proprietary fork?
dim
like we have 3 hours full speed, arround 8 or 9 am and arround 5 or 6pm
guess what, that's when we commute
good world.
e1f
i always wondered what the hours of a business day were designed around
certainly not farming
i assume the industrial revolution had something to do with it
ashawley
e1f: the 8 hour day
madpickle-
victorian britain
8 hours of work; 8 hours of personal time; 8 hours of sleep.
AimHere
Must be later than the industrial revolution, surely. They were demanding the 8 hour day in the 1880s
ashawley
work, play, sleep
madpickle-
so the mid/late 1800s.
ashawley
(Action) is an Amerinski and has to look up the Victorian age...
AimHere
We've had >150 years of insane technological progress since then, with fantastic machines that can do the work of a million statisticians on everyone's desk, and machines that can make far more things than anyone can ever need
ashawley
looks like the industrial revolution era to me.
jlf
let's agitate for a 4-hour day
AimHere
But the fu*kers still make us work 8 mindfu*king hours a week
*day
madpickle-
AimHere: start your own business; set your own hours...
jlf
to be fair, we're bs'ing on irc
JordiGH
Shit.
Javagirl just gave me money.
A lot of it.
madpickle-
JordiGH: are you expected to do... favors?
         

JordiGH
Haha.
jlf
he works hard for his money..so hard for his money..
AimHere
Right, because my business will compete with all the other businesses that are making their workers work far too much
JordiGH
Comic relief.
sepult
she gots the POWER *umpf umpf umpf ts ts*
e1f
but why the 9am start? probably to optimize available daylight
ashawley
time zones?
though Left coasters don't wake up at 6, let's not kid ourselves.
farmers finish chores by 9
let's go shopping
jlf
ashawley: i am and i do :)
ashawley
jlf: finish farm chores or wake up at 6?
... or shopping
jlf
waking up at 6.. it comes from having a kid that does so :)
it'd be interesting to see a study of arrival/departure times by engineering discipline
marioxcc
hi
is there any way to make emacs warn when the last line don't ends in LF?
it's a bit annoying to check manually
ashawley
s require newline
,s require newline
fsbot
5 match(es). --> lib-requires.el require-file require-or-install.el RequiredFeature RequiredFeatureDefined
ashawley
,dv mode-require-final-newline
fsbot
Whether to add a newline at end of file, in certain major modes.
Those modes set `require-final-newline' to this value when you enable them.
They do so because they are often used for files that are supposed
to end in newlines, and the question is how to arrange that. ..[Type ,more]
marioxcc
,more
fsbot
A value of t means do this only when the file is about to be saved.
A value of `visit' means do this right after the file is visited.
A value of `visit-save' means do it at both of those times.
Any other non-nil value means ask user whether to add a newline, when saving. ..[Type ,more]
marioxcc
,more
fsbot
A value of nil means do not add newlines. That is a risky choice in this
variable since this value is used for modes for files that ought to have
final newlines. So if you set this to nil, you must explicitly check and
add a final newline, whenever you save a file that really needs one. ..[Type ,more]
marioxcc
thanks
hmm
how i can delete the exeding trailing lines?
dim
C-x C-o runs the command delete-blank-lines
marioxcc
i don't mean that
i mean to delete the newlines at the end of the buffer
not at point
but thanks anyway
dim
M-> C-x C-o should do it I gess
it seems to do it here
or I didn't get what you mean
marioxcc
hmm
yes, i mean that
but
before save the file
patrickaroo
I need a dark theme for emacs... php dev here... anyone know of an easy min configuration one?
marioxcc
maybe i add soemthing in before-save-hook
dim
yeah
JordiGH
patrickaroo: It inherits the GTK config.
marioxcc
patrickaroo: color-theme
,color-theme
fsbot
[->] I heard colortheme is [0] a collection of some 80 complete color-themes at http://www.emacswiki.org/cgi-bin/wiki.pl?ColorTheme. Web preview at http://tinyurl.com/3a4mqf.
[1] add (require 'color-theme) (color-theme-initialize) to .emacs then (color-theme-<foo>), or M-x color-theme-select RET, ..[Type ,more]
dim
patrickaroo: I like tango-2
marioxcc
color-theme have several color themes
dim
,g color-theme-tango-2
fsbot
[google] http://jblevins.org/projects/emacs-color-themes/
http://www.ultraedit.com/forums/viewtopic.php%3Ff%3D3%26t%3D6393%26start%3D15
dim
there's zenburn too on the dark side
patrickaroo
ok
dim: where do I find tango-2?
dim
see http://github.com/wfarr/color-theme-tango-2
jlf
marioxcc: (add-hook 'before-save-hook (lambda () (end-of-buffer) (delete-blank-lines)))
patrickaroo
dim: sorry, client crashed after I asked where to find it, in case you posted
dim
see http://github.com/wfarr/color-theme-tango-2
marioxcc
jlf: yes, thanks :)
JordiGH
patrickaroo: Emacs should just inherit the GTK theme: http://jordi.platinum.linux.pl/piccies/Screenshot.png
marioxcc
JordiGH: but usually you don't want to inherit the GNOME theme
dim
JordiGH: tsss. rcirc and ERC are good.
JordiGH
dim: I can't convince those two to do what I want.
marioxcc
BTW, do you use xchat?
dim
which is?
marioxcc
why?
fsbot
Why not?
JordiGH
marioxcc: You do if your Gnome theme is dark.
marioxcc
hmm, maybe
JordiGH
dim: Meh, let's not go there. I've given them a try a few times, I'm happy with xchat.
dim
ok fine, but I did some elisp work for rcirc before to be happy with it
,rcirc-groups
marioxcc
¿de que país eres JordiGH?
fsbot
JordiGH
marioxcc: Vamos, ¿no lo adivinas?
marioxcc
supongo que de méxico
jaja
JordiGH
Efectivamente.
marioxcc
yo soy de Veracruz :)
JordiGH
Encantado.
marioxcc
igualmente
¿y tu?
JordiGH
Chilango. :-(
marioxcc
ok
JordiGH: ¿por que no entras a #emacs-es?
JordiGH
,espanol
fsbot
JordiGH
,spanish
fsbot
try: AUCTeXSpanish spanish.el SpanishTest
JordiGH
,spanishtest
fsbot
I heard SpanishTest is at http://www.emacswiki.org/cgi-bin/wiki.pl?SpanishTest
patrickaroo
where do I drop the color theme?
marioxcc
patrickaroo: what one?
the base library and a collecton from
patrickaroo
hmmm... at the git hub link there was just one file...
marioxcc
https://sv.gnu.org/p/color-theme
patrickaroo
at the wiki it says to drop it into the load path...
JordiGH
patrickaroo: It's just elisp that has to get executed by Emacs somehow.
patrickaroo: I put them in .emacs.d/
marioxcc
the link to github contains a color theme plugin
patrickaroo
ok
JordiGH
Oh, wow, serendipity.
patrickaroo: From planet.debian.org: http://julien.danjou.info/blog/index.html#Announcing%20rainbow-mode
dim
,install
fsbot
install is, like, [0] To install a <file>.el, save it to, say ~/elisp
[1] add to the beginning of ~/.emacs: (add-to-list 'load-path "~/elisp"),
[2] now FOLLOW THE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS IN THE FILE, typically adding (require '<file>) to the end of ~/.emacs, ..[Type ,more]
patrickaroo
awesome
JordiGH
patrickaroo: that's just for seeing colours.
dim
M-x list-colors-display
JordiGH
Ooh, Debian freeze has begun.
(Action) omg omg omg omg omg
Ooh, an RC bug I could fix...
alpheus
Wow. It looks like a window just fell out of the Sears tower.
hober
that happened a lot in boston: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Hancock_Tower#Falling_glass_panes
ggole
I hope it didn't hit anybody?
alpheus
I don't even know for sure. There was a hell of a storm just now, and now we see what appears to be a missing window.
patrickaroo
back later thanks for all the help!!
Disconnected
(Action) (Connection reset by peer).
JordiGH
Disconnected: What's the big idea?
,ops Disconnected
fsbot
From memory, ops is [0] offby1 forcer fledermaus lukhas Khmar lawrence deego hober delYsid johnw rw shapr resolve franl sachac ayrnieu liiwi bojohan myrkraverk arete mathrick kensanata johnsu01 aadis alephnull pgas bpalmer jemarch/
[1] see oplist (the real list) and ophelp (how to ban)
jlf
novelty nick is a novelty
JordiGH
I call troll.
jlf
(Action) coughs *<a rel="nofollow" href="http://codepad.org/w0HBJGt4*">http://codepad.org/w0HBJGt4*</a>
JordiGH
You saved it, eh?
That was countertrollerism.
jlf
erc never forgets
JordiGH
They troll one of us, we troll ten of theirs.
legumbre_
brave people of #emacs, I salute you
jlf
rudybot: do you like movies about gladiators?
rudybot
jlf: i feel like the average roman watching the gladiators at the coliseum, i don't really care who wins, i just want to spend a good time watching :P
legumbre
rudybot: tell us about rudybot the person.
rudybot
legumbre: Come to think of it, I don't think I've ever seen a single person from the continent of Africa here.
legumbre
rudybot: does that make you angry?
rudybot
legumbre: okay well i appreciate you taking my angry words lightly. I was just temporarily enraged :)
legumbre
fair enough
AimHere
rudybot, keegan is from Africa. Discuss.
rudybot
AimHere: maybe a plerlang integration for being able to send messages to the Erlang world from PostgreSQL triggers
marioxcc
what is rudybot for?
jlf
rudybot: tell us about your special purpose
rudybot
jlf: general purpose high-level programming
sshelagh
to entertain us, of course
rudybot's answer is better
bpalmer
It always is.
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