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It’s amusing the sort of easter eggs found hiding in open source code. I’ve been playing around with farzher/fuzzysort, a fast fuzzy search picked up from the Stack Overflow fuzzy search tag.

On line 27 and 40 there’s a horizontal off–screen scroll easter egg.

javascript
if(search=='farzher')return{target:"farzher was here (^-^*)/",score:0,_indexes:[0]}
if(search=='farzher')return[{target:"farzher was here (^-^*)/",score:0,_indexes:[0],obj:targets?targets[0]:NULL}]

Yes, I happen to be one of those who read the code eventually. And obviously, it goes without saying, no one person reads all the code. But it’s the Internet, can’t be too sure ;)

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Distributed is the new centralized.

You can never be too sure anymore..

shell
$ git remote -v
all             cgit@thedroneely.com:thedroneely/dotfiles (fetch)
all             git@codeberg.org:tdro/dotfiles.git        (push)
all             git@github.com:tdro/dotfiles.git          (push)
all             cgit@thedroneely.com:thedroneely/dotfiles (push)
all             git@gitlab.com:tdro/dotfiles.git          (push)
codeberg.org    git@codeberg.org:tdro/dotfiles.git        (fetch)
codeberg.org    git@codeberg.org:tdro/dotfiles.git        (push)
github.com      git@github.com:tdro/dotfiles.git          (fetch)
github.com      git@github.com:tdro/dotfiles.git          (push)
gitlab.com      git@gitlab.com:tdro/dotfiles.git          (fetch)
gitlab.com      git@gitlab.com:tdro/dotfiles.git          (push)
thedroneely.com cgit@thedroneely.com:thedroneely/dotfiles (fetch)
thedroneely.com cgit@thedroneely.com:thedroneely/dotfiles (push)
Taking bets
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There’s this cool python script chromexup that allows declaratively managing chromium based extensions.

Basically setup the configuration in the right place, find the extension id from the Chrome web store and run chromexup.

ini
[main]
branding           = chromium
remove_orphans     = True
parallel_downloads = 4

[extensions]
BlankNewTabPage   = jaadjnlkjnhohljficgoddcjmndjfdmi
JavaScriptToggle  = cdcgbgnfhhdmdkallfmlachogpghifgf
NoHistory         = ljamgkbcojbnmcaonjokopmcblmmpfch
~/.config/chromexup/config.ini

Side note: NoHistory is good for disabling history (Firefox has options). If the history/bookmarks database gets too large, funky auto–suggestion stuff can happen (100% processor usage). , it’s best not to trust browsers storing bookmarks anyway and use an independent tool/method. The less data coupled to browsers the better — at least if you’re like me and swap browsers regularly.

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Different words similar meaning? --references is NixOS speak for direct package dependencies. --requisites list all. These work with the nix-store command.

shell
$ readlink --canonicalize "$(type -P which)"
/nix/store/r78jv9xgxnvsm5vpasf5ldkc28pkri6r-which-2.21/bin/which

$ nix-store --query --references /nix/store/r78jv9xgxnvsm5vpasf5ldkc28pkri6r-which-2.21
/nix/store/4nlgxhb09sdr51nc9hdm8az5b08vzkgx-glibc-2.35-163

which directly depends on glibc. Swap --references to --referrers for paths pointing to which.

On Guix, list/draw dependencies with guix graph.

shell
guix graph --type=references which
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