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commit 59649c9e1c545c62419d1f7533a6e41ffe099b24
parent 693b962933608c107e44967ff0b7917c1bbecb60
Author: René Wagner <rwa@clttr.info>
Date:   Sat, 28 May 2022 21:55:21 +0200

update 2022-05-28

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diff --git a/en/archive.gmi b/en/archive.gmi @@ -1,6 +1,11 @@ # shortlog archive @ en.gmn.clttr.info ## 2022 +### 2022-04-05 retro feelings +A few days ago i came across "Motorsport Manager", a PC Game released in 2016. I was curious and purchased the game and it's a bummer. I immediately felt like more than 20 years ago, when a pal and i played "Team F1" (called "Pole Position" in Germany) by Ascon (later called Ascoron before going bankrupt) a lot. +Motorsport Manager is pretty much Team F1 in a more modern shape. It even has the 2D view of the race simulation - you really don't need fancy 3d graphics to get the immersion of a race day. +Feeling like a teenager again... :) + ### 2022-03-14 Raspi and Arch I finally got around to tinker around with Arch on my Raspi 4 8GB. It seems that this will make a pretty capable small desktop replacement, especially if on SSD is attached. :) Well see if everything that i need for my daily driver will run. diff --git a/en/cgmnlm.gmi b/en/cgmnlm.gmi @@ -8,7 +8,7 @@ cgmnlm should be able to run on any POSIX-compatible system that supports BearSS ## key features * bookmarks * page history -* regex searches +* regex searches within pages * basic client certificate support (no autocreation of client certs currently) ## non-features @@ -21,6 +21,7 @@ cgmnlm should be able to run on any POSIX-compatible system that supports BearSS I created this project for my own use, it includes the following changes that won't be included upstream. Besides this adjustments i'll try to keep track of upstream changes or send patches to upstream if appropiate. +Notable changes to upstream: * colored headings & links (see next chapter) * default 4 char indenting * s command to search in geminispace (via geminispace.info) @@ -61,18 +62,17 @@ r Reload the page s Search via geminispace.info /<text> Search for text (POSIX regular expression) n Jump to next search match -d <path> Download page to <path> -|<prog> Pipe page into program -[N]|<prog> Pipe content of Nth link into program -a Toggle usage of alt text instead of preformatted text +d[N] [path] Download page, or Nth link, to path (N is optional) +[N]|<prog> Pipe page, or Nth link, into program (N is optional) +a Toggle display of alt text instead of preformatted text q Quit -[N] must be replaced with a number > 0 +[N] must be replaced with a number >= 0 ``` ## how to get => gemini://gmn.clttr.info/sources/cgmnlm.git/ browse the source of cgmnlm on gemini -=> gemini://gmn.clttr.info/sources/cgmnlm-1.3.tar.gz source tarball of release 1.3 +=> gemini://gmn.clttr.info/sources/cgmnlm-1.4.tar.gz source tarball of release 1.4 => https://src.clttr.info/rwa/cgmnlm source code & issue tracker on src.clttr.info => https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/?O=0&SeB=n&K=cgmnlm&outdated=&SB=n&SO=a&PP=50&do_Search=Go ArchLinux AUR packages diff --git a/en/index.gmi b/en/index.gmi @@ -6,6 +6,12 @@ You'll mostly find tech and coding related stuff here. => gemini://de.gmn.clttr.info Hier entlang zur deutschsprachigen Sektion. ## 🗩 shortlog (latest 3 updates) +### 2022-05-28 cgmnlm 1.4 +I tagged cgmnlm 1.4 today, the most notable additions are: +* set the terminal title to the current URI +* d command now accepts [N] to download a link (thanks to Sebastiano Tronto) +=> ./cgmnlm.gmi more information about cgmnlm + ### 2022-05-16 geminispace.info I'm running geminispace.info now for more than a year, most time it was the only search provider for gemini. I'm very happy that we have at least one other search provider with tlgs.one. => gemini://tlgs.one tlgs.one search provider for gemini @@ -17,11 +23,6 @@ On a side note i finally sold my Raspi 8G - getting more bucks for it than i ini I've been running a Teracube 2e for a few weeks now and i'm pretty pleased with it. The battery lasts for several days, something that most phones can't do nowadays. There are some small glitches on the software side, but nothing that is a show stopper. => https://esolutions.shop/shop/murena-teracube-2e-emerald-eu/ Teracube 2e information @ /e/ shop -### 2022-04-05 retro feelings -A few days ago i came across "Motorsport Manager", a PC Game released in 2016. I was curious and purchased the game and it's a bummer. I immediately felt like more than 20 years ago, when a pal and i played "Team F1" (called "Pole Position" in Germany) by Ascon (later called Ascoron before going bankrupt) a lot. -Motorsport Manager is pretty much Team F1 in a more modern shape. It even has the 2D view of the race simulation - you really don't need fancy 3d graphics to get the immersion of a race day. -Feeling like a teenager again... :) - => archive.gmi shortlog archive ## 🛈 info & articles