Vim’s search and replace feature is powerful. It allows you to search for patterns with regular expressions. Use the manual’s entry via :h pattern-searches for the help menu. The basic usage for search in normal mode is / followed by the pattern for a forward search, and ? followed by a pattern for a backwards search. Search and replace: :s/<pattern to replace>/<replacement>/<flags> Search and replace in file: :%s/<pattern to replace>/<replacement>/<flags>
I’m running a VPN service via systemd on my machine. The service provides a systemd script for me. I can query the service with the standard commands, for example: sudo systemctl status strongswan.service This works fine, except when the computer went to sleep (suspend or hibernate). My machine also stops the wi-fi connection on sleep. When I wake up the machine, the wi-fi connection automatically starts again. My VPN service does not resume.
image from the Gotify website You have several devices and you want to receive notifications from your Android phone to your web browser (or vice versa). Maybe you also want to send notifications via REST API. You are a developer after all. You can think of interesting ways to send notifications. Pushbullet comes to mind, but you don’t want to sign up with Google or Facebook. You don’t want to use Google services.
Here are some links for this weekend. I hope you’ll enjoy them! Full Stack Serverless - Building a Real-time Chat App with GraphQL, CDK, AppSync, and React: a concise tutorial by Nader Dabit Build A Confirmation Modal in React with State Machines: learn more about state machines with Dave Ceddia Building Microservices with Deno, Reno, and PostgreSQL: by James Wright Show your latest dev.to posts automatically on your GitHub profile readme: a GitHub action that automatically fetches blog posts from dev.
For Git messages I use git commit -m to add a headline to a git commit. So far, I’ve never used the detailed summary which you can add to a commit message. It was tooMuch of a hassle to open a text editor and add a detailed explanation. Today I learned that you can write a multi-line commit message with git commit -m. For example, in Bash: git commit -m 'my headline Here goes the detailed explanation of the commit ' Source: