Hello, today I will share some cool little gists that I created.
"Wait, you're using gists?!?"
Yup. You can share them, they are not tied to any project, and you can even comment them. The main flaw is that they don't have an explicit URL.
This first gist is available here.
When testing applications related to django-cms, sometimes they are only compatible with python3/django2.2/django-cms3.X configurations, so I created this gist that allows me to quickly create test projects.
It's my solution at an annoying problem. Install haystack, aldryn-search, solr, and create a fully functional search bar on your website.
Okay, this one is unusual.
We use docker with some containers in our dev-env. Some of use use a container with all of our projects inside (so we can work on our projects in a controlled environment).
We're using vscode with the remote-containers extension, but zsh isn't working out of the box on the embedded vscode terminal. So I made a gist.
I always wanted to add some fancy shadows on my screenshots (see this post :P). The code source of my little program is here.
edit: created a whole post on this script (and a little bonus) :)
I wanted to keep track of what I was doing, but didn't want to use a heavy application with a lot of settings. So I made a gist.
I was worried to make a mistake when publishing a package to pypi (I'm thinking at django-check-seo or djangocms-darksky-api), so I made a gist that contains a simple bash script to automate this task.
I even created a tl;dr version of the official python packaging doc here (with some common errors and the solutions).
That's all the interesting public gists I have created.
Are you using gihub gist like I do?