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kandi X-RAY | alacritty Summary
Alacritty is a modern terminal emulator that comes with sensible defaults, but allows for extensive configuration. By integrating with other applications, rather than reimplementing their functionality, it manages to provide a flexible set of features with high performance. The supported platforms currently consist of BSD, Linux, macOS and Windows. The software is considered to be at a beta level of readiness; there are a few missing features and bugs to be fixed, but it is already used by many as a daily driver. Precompiled binaries are available from the GitHub releases page.
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I recently decided to build XMonad from source via Stack to make a custom configuration. Let me preface by saying I do not have a ton of experience with Haskell. My OS is Linux - Arch.Setup
I am attempting to make use of the
XMonad.Prompt package from xmonad-contrib in order to launch some applications.
Currently, one prompt I am using is
XMonad.Prompt.Man, which launches the
man program with a provided argument in the default terminal (the terminal I default to is Alacritty).
What I do not understand is how to use this prompt to launch the terminal to workspace 2, where I would like all my manpages to open.The way the prompt works as of right now:
I have a keybinding set up in
xmonad.hs, something like the following:
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-06 at 12:20
A tweaked version of
runInTerm would indeed be a good fit here.
runInTerm is defined as:
I am running archlinux(arcolinux distro to be specific) everything is fine but one little tiny problem which annoys me the problem is every time i open a terminal this pops us at the top of the terminal
"Linux pengu 5.15.25-1-lts x86_64 unknown"
I know this is a uname command with custom flags however I don't have that in my config.fish(I use fish shell(I run fish with bash i), I am aware that every time I open a my fish shell the stuff in my config.fish run, is there anything I am missing or what? here is my config.fish:
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-01 at 19:17
strace can attach to a process using
I made some code in python to read stdin. When I execute it and input all the data I want I press Ctrl-D, which should send EOF macro but in reality nothing happens. Im on arch-linux using alacritty terminal and zsh shell if thats relevant....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-28 at 12:48
from sys import stdin, stdout res = '' while True: line = stdin.readline() if line: res += line #do calculations else: break stdout.write(res)
From reading docs in either MSDN or the
n1256 committee draft, I was under the impression that a
char would always be exactly
CHAR_BIT bits as defined in
CHAR_BIT is set to 8, then a byte is 8 bits long, and so is a
Given the following C code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-27 at 18:14
From your code and the output on your system, it appears that:
charhas indeed 8 bits. Its size is 1 by definition.
char **argvis a pointer to an array of pointers to C strings, null terminated arrays of
chartype is signed for your compiler configuration, hence the output
0xFFFFFFE0for values beyond 127.
charvalues are passed as
printf, which interprets the value as unsigned for the
%Xconversion. The behavior is technically undefined, but in practice negative values are offset by 232 when used as unsigned. You can configure gcc to make the
chartype unsigned by default with
-funsigned-char, a safer choice that is also more consistent with the C library behavior.
- the 2 non ASCII characters
çàare encoded as single bytes E7 and E0, which correspond to Microsoft's proprietary encoding, their code page Windows-1252, not UTF-8 as you assume.
The situation is ultimately confusing: the command line argument is passed to the program encoded with the Windows-1252 code page, but the terminal uses the old MS/DOS code page 437 for compatibility with historic stuff. Hence your program outputs the bytes it receives as command line arguments, but the terminal shows the corresponding characters from CP437, namely
Microsoft made historic decisions regarding the encoding of non ASCII characters that seem obsolete by today's standards, it is a shame they seem stuck with cumbersome choices other vendors have steered away from for good reasons. Programming in C in this environment is a rough road.
UTF-8 was invented in September of 1992 by Unix team leaders Kenneth Thomson and Rob Pike. They implemented it in plan-9 overnight as it had a number of interesting properties for compatibility with the C language character strings. Microsoft had already invested millions in their own system and ignored this simpler approach, which has become ubiquitous on the web today.
I'm trying to compile raylib for html5, but I can't seem to run
make properly. Running
make PLATFORM=PLATFORM_WEB -B in
raylib/src returns this:
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-08 at 12:49
Despite the fact that emsdk is installed, following current (as at 8 Jan '22) documentation will not result in working examples. Build would be failed.
In order to build it on Ubuntu with
make --version GNU Make 4.2.1 you need to provide
-e option to pass environment variables to
Then, after build is finished -- start python http server in
examples directory and navigate to it in browser:
python3 -m http.server 9999
open localhost:9999 and open desired example.
I use multiple rust packages in my desktop. To install those packages i use...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-15 at 10:51
Since crates can be compiled with or without certain features which result in different code, there isn't any mechanism to up- or download pre-compiled crates. On top of that, the list of supported targets is very long which would make it very likely that the platform you're on doesn't have pre-compiled binaries.
Finally, there'd need to be additional mechanisms to sign the code and verify that the pre-compiled code matches the source code.
So all in all there are several obstacles that render implementing this impractical.
I have two terminals installed on my machine one is ubuntu's default terminal and the other one is alacritty. want to check from which terminal does the vim is opened from. because I can get the alacritty work with the airline so if It is the case i will not use
let g:airline_powerline_fonts = 1 and set this variable to zero. How can it be done?
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-10 at 03:01
The alacritty terminal emulator usually goes with the
$TERM variable set to
alacritty (instead of
xterm-256color or a variant.)
So assuming that's your configuration (you might be getting the incorrect
$TERM setting, particularly if you're connecting to a remote box through SSH, or using a multiplexer such as
screen), you can use that in your vimrc to check whether you're running in Alacritty.
You can check that from the shell:
I am parsing a .desktop file is python. I wrote the following to find the name of a app to launch....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-01 at 16:30
So you want to print the first
'Name=' but not the second one ?
If it is what you are trying to do, just break the loop after printing the first
I've written a script in which I define a function and later I call that function in a new terminal. Something like this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-19 at 13:39
alacritty -e will run a Linux command and you are giving it a function as an argument so it will not work.
The only way to make it work is splitting it into two scripts. I called them echo.sh and function.sh.
macOS 11.4 , Alacritty 0.8.0 installed from homebrew 3.2.5 , although this should not matter because the question is mostly related to macOS UI.
What I want to do is something equivalent to
right click on icon > New Window sort of thing; Alacritty does not support windows.
On Linux, I'm used to launching new instance of
background option in
On a mac, what would a similar action look like ?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-03 at 09:47
I think pressing command + N does the trick
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