~kota

nz

https://kota.nz

~kota/public-inbox

Last active 2 months ago

~kota/gemgen

Last active 2 months ago

~kota/pcf

Last active 1 year, 1 month ago

~kota/nilsu

Last active 1 year, 1 month ago

~kota/recipes

Last active 1 year, 1 month ago

~kota/modget

Last active 2 years ago
View more

Recent activity

Re: Snowy Trees only for Vanilla Trees / Fabric Seasons & Modded not working 2 months ago

From Dakota Walsh to ~kota/public-inbox

Hey! Yea I noticed that too actually. I play on a server with a few
friends and it's been bugging me for a while that the snow doesn't ever
replenish under the trees. The mod is very simplistic: it basically just
adds a hook when generating trees to check if the biome is "snowy" and
if so places snow on the ground.

What you're describing is totally possible. I figure I might even be
able to look at the code in https://modrinth.com/mod/puddles and it's
probably very similar to what I'd have to do.

Truth is I just haven't been playing too much MC the last few months. My
only computer right now is 12 years old and slow as dirt so continuing
to work on mods has been VERY painful haha! Buying a much nice computer
next month, but I might not be super be motivated to work on it until

Re: panic while sending email 2 months ago

From Dakota Walsh to ~rjarry/aerc-devel

That's great news! Thanks for all your hard work on aerc!

panic while sending email 2 months ago

From Dakota Walsh to ~rjarry/aerc-devel

I'm running 0.11.0 so perhaps this was already fixed, but I got a crash
when pressing y to send an email. The email was short and opening aerc
back up and trying again worked. Figured I'd leave the trace here in
case it's useful. Might take a look myself this weekend if I get time.

Error: runtime error: index out of range [1] with length 1

goroutine 1 [running]:
runtime/debug.Stack()
	/usr/lib/go/src/runtime/debug/stack.go:24 +0x65
git.sr.ht/~rjarry/aerc/logging.PanicHandler()
	/builddir/aerc-0.11.0/logging/panic-logger.go:45 +0x64b
panic({0xa5d240, 0xc00003e708})
	/usr/lib/go/src/runtime/panic.go:844 +0x258

Re: [PATCH goldmark-gemtext] feature: option to mark inline URL titles with curly braces 2 months ago

From Dakota Walsh to ~kota/gemgen

Thanks this is great! Tagged a new version to make it easy to use.

To git@git.sr.ht:~kota/goldmark-gemtext
   111d944..14f0ce2  master -> master

Re: Feature Request: Recursive Generation 4 months ago

From to ~kota/gemgen

I think this is a good idea! I've been inching in that direction for a
little while now. At the moment I personally use a shell script for my
own blog; it's a mess and pretty hacky. I thought about this today and
came up with two different approaches.

The simpler one would be to make gemgen to look for .gitignore and
".gemignore" files to skip over certain files/subdirectories.

This presents the question about if whether or not it should copy all
files by default or be toggled on/off with a CLI flag. I'm leaning
towards not having a flag at all and just making this the new behavior. 

The other more comples approach would be creating a new config file
format (probably toml) and having gemgen look for this config file in

Void Linux packages 5 months ago

From Dakota Walsh to ~sircmpwn/hare-users

I've packaged qbe, harec, and hare for void linux, but at the moment the
project isn't planning on accepting the patches until releases of some
sort are tagged (they have this restriction in general for the official
void repos). They might make an exception in the future as more software
is written in hare or of course when versions are tagged.

When either an exception has been made or a release is tagged I will
upstream my packages. In the meantime if there are any other void users
interested, you can add my 3rd party repo here:
https://pkg.nilsu.org/void/

I will do my best to track the same git commit as the alpine packages.
Instructions to add the repo are on that page (it's very easy). The repo
also has a few other packages I maintain that have similar issues with

Re: Homebrew package 6 months ago

From to ~kota/gemgen

Sweet! I'll add it to the readme, thanks!

Re: [PATCH gemgen 1/1] Fix stdin/stdout not working 8 months ago

From Dakota Walsh to ~kota/gemgen

Thanks for the fix! I saw your email yesterday and was gonna look into
it, but you beat me to it. I updated the docs and pushed out a new
version with your fix. If you run into any other issues or questions
feel free to drop a message here; there's a number of features I'd still
like to add before a version 1.0.

Re: xim 1 year, 15 days ago

From kota to ~kota/public-inbox

That's a great idea! Having a single meta package you can just uninstall
when you're done is much easier than grepping the file `xim` makes. Void
actually has a somewhat similar package build system to arch so it
_should_ be possible. I'll have to play around with it a bit. Ideally,
you could run `xim project-meta lib1 lib2 lib3` and it would generate
the package with its dependencies and install it in one swift move.
Thanks for bringing this up, if I get it setup I'll let you know!

Re: Minor note on SSH Apps 1 year, 1 month ago

From to ~kota/public-inbox

That's really interesting! I've heard of Usenet before, but I think I
got into computers just a little too late to have used it in it's prime.
I'm gonna have to look into it a lot more, I've always personally liked
forums more than the ActivityPub/twitter mircoblogging stuff.

If you don't mind, I'll throw your comment (with the correction) at the
bottom of my post so others can see it.

- kota