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Syntax Highlighting In Posts

Curious how I syntax highlight source code for posts? pygmentize is a python utility that supports many languages, comes with a bunch of different styles, and can output the highlighted text in a variety of formats (like html/css, ANSI colors, etc.). After you’ve installed pygmentize, you …

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Script: Automatic PHP Manual Updater

I always have the PHP chm manual open when coding, and it’s updated frequently. Instead of having to manually download a new copy every time it’s updated, I have a script that runs every night at 3 AM to …

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Favorite Script: newscript

`newscript` is a bash shell script that I use on a daily basis. Its purpose is simple: it creates a new file with a specified name, adds a hashbang line for the proper interpreter, and chmods +x. newscript makes creating new shell scripts a breeze.

Usage: …

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PHP Library – PHPUnit

PHPUnit is a programmer-oriented testing framework for PHP. It is an instance of the xUnit architecture for unit testing frameworks.

Installation

cd ~ wget https://phar.phpunit.de/phpunit.phar chmod +x phpunit.phar sudo mv phpunit.phar /usr/bin/phpunit phpunit --version

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Selecting an Open Source License

There are a multitude a licenses you can license your OSS under. I’ve compiled a list of many of them here, along with links to each. Personally, I prefer GPL or MIT. Read more about free software licenses on wikipedia.

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