I’m playing around with the new Raspberry Pi Pico, and I quickly realized that I’d really love to have a quick pinout reference in my terminal. I thought of making a man page, but I would have lost the color (I don’t know how to use arbitrary colors in groff), so I just created a simple text file with ascii escape sequences for colors and called it a day.
Credit where credit is due, I learned most of this stuff from this awesome series of articles by Larry Price. Give it a read, it’s worth it. Why D-Bus daemons are quite useful tools.
I am a quite avid reddit user. Like it or not, reddit is a very central place where communities for stuff that I care about tend to aggregate. For the longest time, I have felt the need for a reddit app on my Linux desktop, and I waited and kept waiting for one that would finally allow me to break free of using the web version.
The back and forward buttons on your mouse are incredibly useful, at least for me. I use them all the time! I couldn’t find a proper way to map it on my app until I asked on the GTK Matrix chatroom, there baedert sent me a couple of links to how he did it in his app corebird.
One of the most common things you might wanna do with images, that is making them automatically resize to adapt to the available space they have, is not possible with Gtk.