" The Language Server protocol is used between a tool (the client) and a language smartness provider (the server) to integrate features like auto complete, go to definition, find all references and alike into the tool "Also on:
As a reminder, I (re)discovered Indieweb and POSSE a few days ago now, and even if I’ve been using Ruby and Rails as my main languages for almost a decade now, I choose to setup a new WordPress blog to play around with it.
There are a few reasons for this :
- Setting up a WordPress was a one-click task with my current host (gandi.net, thanks for asking)
- I read along the Indieweb wiki for a few days, gathering information about how it is supposed to be done, and why everyone should have their own website. In the wiki, most of the tutorials were WordPress based and it seems to me like a good place to start. To be completely honest I did not even noticed there was a Ruby page.
- Even if I do not like WordPress, I have to admit that the community around it is huge, thus, more chance to find every plugin I would need to setup my new home on the Internet
- I never said I’d stick with WordPress. More likely I am going to play around with it for a few, then find my way back home with a Ruby on Rails solution.
The "Two-Bit History" blog is so good. I recommend reading these posts: - The Ruby Story :ruby: - The Rise and Demise of RSS - Where Vim Came From https://twobithistory.org
On August 15th GitHub celebrated a major milestone: our main application is now running on the latest version of Rails: 5.2.1! :tada:
echo "gem: --no-document" > ~/.gemrc
How to deploy Riby scripts using Sparrow script management platform
Sparrow is a script development and management platform. Sparrow supports scripts written on 4 languages – Perl, Bash, Python and Ruby.