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Convert source code to PDF with syntax coloring

Sometimes, it's useful to print some source code on paper. And PDF is a very common file format, that you can be sure your printer will accept, and that will let you preview the final page layout. But how to quickly perform syntax-coloring and export to PDF ? I've been experimenting …

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Python 3 non consistent set & dict iteration gotcha

Consider the following Python expression: print("".join(set("ABCDE"))) What do you think it produces ? Not necessarily "ABCDE". Right, but you would expect the result to be consistent, isn't it ? $ for i in {1..3}; do python2.7 -c 'print("".join(set("ABCDE")))'; done ACBED ACBED ACBED Great ! ... But with …

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Mimicking testling HTML rendering of TAP javascript tests

This post is only relevant to you if you use browserify. For a good introduction to this powerful Javascript bundling tool, check this doc. First of all, I'd like to take my hat off to James Hallyday and Peteris Krumins who have built such amazing tools as browserify, testling and …

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