@Odyssey3460going to try vscode again
some bumps in the road aaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
A new blackbird release is out! v5.0.0 brings blackbird dusk, a slightly lighter version of blackbird with all the same juicy colors. There are also a few other changes such as custom diff colors and color unifications (such as deep blue being used for arithmetic operations as it is already used for numbers). On the left is blackbird midnight (classic blackbird) and on the right is blackbird dusk. Get it fresh off the press on the vscode store!
@matt1you can have source control be in the bottom panel!?!?
@aaryan3Self hosted vscode! I can host my projects really fast now :)
@christina6950used GitHub pages to open a repo and clone it into VSCode…usually I start in VSCode and then use the command line to push to GitHub. It was cool to just figure out a new way on my own that’s actually easier
@Devnol0For all you Raspberry Pi Pico fellas with macs that use vscode (that narrowed it down a lot geez), I made a repo with all the hard work of getting the pico-sdk to work in your development environment already done! github.com/Devnol/pico-boilerplate All you have to do is follow the getting started guide on the Pico website!
@ella0didn't do much today except make a small update for a website
@safin.singh0I've been struggling to put together large-ish completed projects lately so I decided to just go all out and see how much I can get done in a day-ish. I just finished up ankylos (github.com/safinsingh/ankylos) a modular bootstrapper thing for node projects. Here's what it does:
1. Grab a preset to clone from. This will be copied to whatever destination you specify via a tarball from NPM
2. run ankylos bootstrap to read from the ankylos.config.js in the preset. this tells ankylos what plugins to install and configure. for example, the next preset automatically installs and configures the 'editorconfig', 'eslint', 'github', 'husky', 'markdownlint', 'pnpm', 'prettier', 'renovate', and 'vscode' plugins. it'll also send instructions for build scripts to set, dependencies, etc. ankylos will take care of the explicit dependencies in the preset first. then, it'll install your plugins (ive made like 10 of them for convenience) and install your plugin's dependencies (these are stages 1 & 2 of the bootstrap phase)
3. ankylos prompt you for project metadata and will insert your custom build scripts along with this metadata into a fully-filled out and templated package.json file. finally, ankylos will walk through each of your plugins and apply/copy the files specifies in ankylos.config.js
4. from there, pnpm install will bump you in to your new, modular, automatically-bootstrapped, linted, formatted, <insert a bunch more buzzwords> project!
i only had enough time to create a next and node preset so be sure to check those out. anyway, i'm glad i was able to follow through with this and i hope y'all like it! p.s: you can check out all 16, yes, 16 projects from the ankylos monorepo on its dedicated npm org: www.npmjs.com/org/ankylos. anyway, i'll try my best to maintain this (it's in my best interest too so thats good) if anyone else decides to use it
@riley33chou0you know you’ve matured when you stopped keeping streaks on snapchat and started keeping a streak on scrapbook