I'm back to monokai
27 May 2023 | 5:02 am

In January, I switched my vim colorscheme from monokai to everforest. Since that day, many things changed. I moved from Vim to Neovim. I tried to learn more about Lua. I tested alternatives to Vim plugins for Neovim. I tested many new things on Neovim. And, finally, I’m happy with it. I still need to finish some configuration, like moving my UltiSnips to LuaSnip. But, except that, the experience is quite nice, and I will get better using Lua.

But, one thing didn’t last is that colorscheme, Everforest. I used it for more than two months, but I didn’t fall in love with it.

Switching to Neovim, of course I tried the tokyonight colorscheme, that many users love. But, it’s too blue to me, or maybe it’s because it reminds me of that old Blue Screen of Death :)

I thought I would really enjoy Everforest, but at the end, I just came back to that old monokai that I just love.

Post 55/100 - Round 4 of the 100DaysToOffload challenge !

CLI of the week #21 : 1password
26 May 2023 | 10:00 pm

Passwords! Even if some companies are trying to get rid of them, passwords are probably here to stay for a little while

For my personal use, I like pass, and the pass-tomb extension. But, at work, we use 1password, and an SSO. And, I deeply hate to have to connect each time on a web page to get the credentials.

So, I checked if there was a CLI. Of course, 1password provides one. And, you can install it on Linux, OS X, and even Windows.

Once the 1password app installed, it’s a gui app by the way, you need to go to “Settings → Developer”, and then check the “Connect with 1Password CLI”.

Once it’s done, add this function in your favourite shell configuration:

 # that's 1password cli tool used with fzf
 # it's the best to have it in a tmux session because if not it will require
 # you to reauthenticate for each new terminal that you open
 op item list |fzf --bind 'enter:become( op item get {1} )'

The only thing a bit annoying is that 1password authorize access for every new terminal you create for security reasons.

That could be annoying, but since I’m always in tmux, that’s not a concern because I have a “1password” session that’s always there if needed to check something.

That’s it!

Post 54/100 - Round 4 of the 100DaysToOffload challenge !

Star Wars - 46 years old
25 May 2023 | 8:11 pm

Star Wars release date in the US was May 25 … 1977. I can’t believe it’s almost half a century that the movie was recorded.

Time flies…

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