Recently, I recommended using
gist.el to work with your Gists on GitHub. I found an issue with
gist.el in the version installed here.
I was having trouble editing the description of the gists with the
The error that was returned was:
There is a useful page called
CryptoCurrency Market Capitalizations for viewing the current state of the crytocurency markets.
The site shows all currencies runing today on a number of platforms. I'm interested in the ones running on
Ethereum which have a
Market Cap. Since, the site doesn't have this specific filtering capability I thought it would make a good project to grab the data from the page and filter it the way I'd like.
To do this I decided to investigate
Pandas and it's
read_html function for pulling data in from html tables.
For testing it is sometimes of interest to have a web service which returns OK for anything that is passed to it much like the null device in Unix. In Unix you can open open the
/dev/null device and write to it. It is an empty file that accepts all data written to it without storing the data.
For a web service to act in a similar fashion it would run and accept anything passed as a parameter in urls passed to it.
How could such an application be built in Clojure? One way would be to use HTTP Kit and have it return
OK for anything that is passed to it.
A script to bump the version number in a
#!/bin/bash # A script to bump the version number inside a pom.xml file # if [ -z "$1" ] then echo "" echo "Bump version script for incrementing the version number in a project's pom.xml file." echo "" echo "Usage: bump-version 'version-string'" echo "" echo "" exit fi VER=$1 echo $VER # enure we have a value CMD="mvn versions:set -DnewVersion=$VER" echo "Executing:" echo $CMD mvn versions:set -DnewVersion=$VER echo "done"
Here is a script that was created to
diff the configurations between two Heroku apps. This came about when configuring and testing a development and a production Heroku system. In this case you want to know how they differ.
#!/bin/bash APP1=$1 APP2=$2 CMD="diff <(heroku config --app $APP1) <(heroku config --app $APP2)" echo $CMD eval $CMD