Setting up MacOS Sierra for Rails DevelopmentDecember 15, 2016
One of the only differences I've noticed is installing mysql is slightly different.
ruby -e "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/master/install)" brew doctor brew update
brew install rbenv ruby-build openssl
Useful SSH Server Conf TricksApril 24, 2016
ChallengeResponseAuthentication no PasswordAuthentication no UsePAM no
sudo service ssh restart
ChallengeResponseAuthentication yes PasswordAuthentication yes UsePAM yes
Fixing MacVim Fullscreen in YosemiteMarch 17, 2015
Many long term users of Macvim like myself have been annoyed that fullscreen mode cuts off the first couple lines and shows a bar on the right when using OSX Yosemite. After trying out multiple forks that kind of fixed it but also introduced other problems I finally found a satisfactory fix. Just run this in the terminal to turn off yosemites fullscreen method on macvim.
$ defaults write org.vim.MacVim MMNativeFullScreen 0
My vimrcNovember 12, 2012
" " ======================================================================== " " Isaac Sloan - Vim Configuration 2012 " " ======================================================================== set rtp+=~/.vim/bundle/vundle/ call vundle#rc() Bundle 'gmarik/vundle' " My bundles Bundle 'ervandew/supertab' Bundle 'tpope/vim-fugitive' Bundle 'tpope/vim-rails' Bundle 'tpope/vim-haml' Bundle 'slim-template/vim-slim'
Vim Commands You Need to Know: Episode 1October 08, 2013
Most people who have spent any time using the command line have learned to use vim well enough to edit conf files: moving the cursor, entering insert mode, and saving and quitting the file
:wq. I know because I was one of those people for years. It wasn't until I found a few magical commands that I truly understood why vim was a true competitor in a world of IDE's and Textmate clones.