[-] [email protected] 2 points 1 week ago

Ah man, I'm with a project that already uses a poly repo setup and am starting an integration repo using submodules to coordinate the Dev environment and unify with CI/CD. Sub modules have been great for introspection and and versioning, rather than relying on some opaque configuration file to check out all the different poly repos at build time. I can click the the sub module links on GitHub and redirect right to the reference commit, while many IDEs can also already associate the respective git tag for each sub module when opening from the super project.

I was kind of bummed to hear that working trees didn't have full support with some modules. I haven't used working trees with this super project yet, but what did you find about its incompatibility with some modules? Are there certain porcelain commands just not supported, or certain behaviors don't work as expected? Have you tried the global git config to enable recursive over sub modules by default?

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cross-posted from: https://programming.dev/post/12247721

🔥 🚢 overviews the recent supply chain attack on XZ library.

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[-] [email protected] 3 points 2 weeks ago

I fell for it. It took me a minute into the game time to figure what was up and double check today's date.

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April fool's!

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[-] [email protected] 4 points 1 month ago

I'm using a recent 42" LG OLED TV as a large affordable PC monitor in order to support 4K@120Hz+HDR@10bit, which is great for gaming or content creation that can appreciate the screen real estate. Anything in the proper PC Monitor market similarly sized or even slightly smaller costs way more per screen area and feature parity.

Unfortunately such TVs rarely include anything other than HDMI for digital video input, regardless of the growing trend connecting gaming PCs in the living room, like with fiber optic HDMI cables. I actually went with a GPU with more than one HDMI output so I could display to both TVs in the house simultaneously.

Also, having an API as well as a remote to control my monitor is kind of nice. Enough folks are using LG TVs as monitors for this midsize range that there even open source projects to entirely mimic conventional display behaviors:

I also kind of like using the TV as simple KVMs with less cables. For example with audio, I can independently control volume and mux output to either speakers or multiple Bluetooth devices from the TV, without having fiddle around with repairing Bluetooth peripherals to each PC or gaming console. That's particularly nice when swapping from playing games on the PC to watching movies on a Chromecast with a friend over two pairs of headphones, while still keeping the house quite for the family. That kind of KVM functionality and connectivity is still kind of a premium feature for modest priced PC monitors. Of course others find their own use cases for hacking the TV remote APIs:

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For three years there has been a bug report around 4K@120Hz being unavailable via HDMI 2.1 on the AMD Linux driver.

The wait continues...

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[-] [email protected] 2 points 1 month ago

Nice! Thanks for the clarification.

[-] [email protected] 1 points 1 month ago

I was more curious about horizontal/vertical scroll snapping of text, given if the underlying vim properties are still limited to terminal style rendering of whole fractions of text lines and fixed characters, then it's less of a concern what exactly the GUI front end is.

[-] [email protected] 1 points 1 month ago

Are you using the PWA, self hosted or via code spaces/other VPS? With which web browser?
I tried hosting code server via termux for a while, but a user proot felt too slow, even if the PWA UI ran silky smooth.
Perhaps when my warranty runs out I'll root the device to switch to using a proper chroot instead.

[-] [email protected] 1 points 1 month ago

Do you use it combined with terminal emulators?
Wouldn't that result in vertical scroll snapping to textual lines, and horizontal scroll snapping to character widths?
A personal preference I suppose for navigation, but a bit jumpy to read from while moving rapidly.

[-] [email protected] 1 points 1 month ago

Only just got a 120Hz monitor recently, so reading scrolling text now is so much easer and faster than before. Looking forward to any IDE that can match that kind of framerate performance as well.

Too bad I don't own a mac to be able to test out the current release of Zed as an IDE. However, I'm not sure about the growing trend of rasterizing the entire GUI, as compared to conventional text rendering methods or GUI libs with established accessibility support.

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Having recently picked up woodworking after building my own office desk, this hit rather close to home.

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