This finally annoyed me enough to find a solution.
If I set a title on a gnome-terminal tab, then it gets forgotten next
time I log in. Aside from the GNOME default to not save your session
(whuh?), the problem is this: on Fedora, /etc/bashrc forces
PROMPT_COMMAND to set the xterm title.
This wouldn’t really be a problem, if I could disable setting of dynamic
titles in gnome-terminal preferences. However, gnome-terminal thinks
that a manually-set (Terminal->Set Title) title is somehow “dynamic”,
so if you do that, you can never set the title to anything else.
Seeing as I use the tab titles to work what machine I’m on, that’s quite
The “solution” was to just edit /etc/bashrc so it doesn’t force a
PROMPT_COMMAND I don’t want.
Another request for sanity please. If I’m running a Linux distribution
less than 6 months old, it should be feasible to install your software
without installing random -svn versions of your dependencies.
If it’s not, I’m not going to bother trying out your software. That
means I definitely won’t be fixing any of your bugs, and I’m pretty sure
I’m not alone. That means you lose out.
Yes, this means you, Review Board. Is it
really so essential that you use a version of Django that isn’t released
I really don’t understand why, but AMD’s current problems are upsetting
me. It really does make me feel bad. I have no idea why I care.
For reasons beyond my ken, blogs.sun.com
doesn't actually list an RSS
feed anywhere I can find, but it's at http://blogs.sun.com/main/feed/entries/rss
Update:: it's now grown an RSS icon. Thanks!
If you had the ability to
25,000 infected zombie home computers, would you?
Google have released rietveld,
inspired by their internal code-review tool. The video
about Mondrian made it look pretty (i.e. incredibly) useful for code
review. The released
version already looks pretty
webrev works great
for my day job, but it would be
awfully nice to be able to store comments too. I’d love to see rietveld
get adopted, though
there’s some tweaks I’d like to see…
“That’s stupid! He can’t put me in hell, because I’m a god, just like
They’re both at
It makes me want to go.
The big three consoles, scaled according to how much hardware oomph they
And now in terms of 2007 sales:
Yays for Nintendo.