Recently, I wrote about HTMLify, a simple yet handy tool for converting code snippets into HTML-friendly markup. Here is another one-trick pony that you might appreciate: CSS Beautifier.
Pastebin services like Ubuntu Pastebin are handy for sharing text and code snippets with a minimum of fuss. And if you happen to use Tomboy as your tool of choice for storing and organizing scribbles and code snippets, you'll appreciate the PasteBinIt addin
I need a simple markup that would allow me to include chunks of code and images, and be able to produce .doc and .pdf documents. A bit (or maybe a lot) like the StackExchange markup, but with conversion to PDF and Word documents. I am producing a lot of documentation for the statistical analyses I am doing, and this documentation is then passed on to scientists who work predominantly with Word.
As you might already know, I use a home-made Python script called Pygmynote to keep tabs on all kinds of data: from text snippets and links, to tasks and deadlines. Usually, I enter data in Pygmynote manually, but there are situations when having the ability to just push a text selection or link to Pygmynote's SQLite database can come in rather handy.
I need a GUI beautifier for C code. I've found UniversalIndentGUI on sourceforge. Downloaded a .deb file.Opened it with Ubuntu Software Center to install it but the button is grey and unclickable and there is a line saying
Dependency is not satisfiable: libqscintilla2-3.
I've installed via the Synaptic Package Manager libqscintilla2-5 but that didn't help.
I have seen countless posts to stack overflow asking for help converting a specific command line curl request to its PHP Curl equivalent. I have found this handy resource: http://www.whatsmyip.org/lib/php-curl-option-guide/ but I would like to know if there is a tool out there to automatically make the conversion.
Runnable, a recently launched Palo Alto-based startup that aims to make it easy to discover and reuse code snippets, today announced that it has raised a $2 million seed round led by Sierra Ventures with additional investments from Resolute VC, AngelPad and 500 Startups.