Monthly Archives: January 2011

Vim and Breakindent

My contention: Programmers should never have to insert line breaks into long lines of code. Why: The position of line breaks in long lines of code does not contain any semantic information.  Where coding standards limit line length, it is … Continue reading

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Import Graphs for Python

I was doing some Trosnoth refactoring recently, and I wanted a tool that would draw import graphs of the Trosnoth subpackages.  After a quick search of the Internet didn’t give me what I wanted, I set about to write my … Continue reading

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Welcome to the New-Look Sqizit

Today I’ve moved Sqizit to a new host, updated the theme, and fixed the formatting of old articles. For those interested, a brief history of Sqizit: In the distant past I tried starting blogs a few times (mostly on blogger.com), … Continue reading

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