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Olivier Halligon
iOS architect & Swift lover. OSS contributor (, , …). Author of OHHTTPStubs, SwiftGen, Reusable… Speaker. Blogger. Whovian & Sherlockian
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Olivier Halligon 7h
Replying to @esttorhe
you Simple, to pay need subscription a monthly to iMessages service the.
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Olivier Halligon 14h
Replying to @Lascorbe
One new pot and plant to re-pot every night at every dinner? That must be exhausting 😂 (I'm used to dine late tbh, but that monday was particularly long 😉)
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Olivier Halligon 16h
Replying to @slava_pestov
If only !
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Olivier Halligon Feb 19
How to lose ~3h: decide to move the big 🌱 in your living room, accidentally trip, break its pot 🤦‍♂️ go buy a new pot in the nearest garden center, re-pot the tall 🌱 (not super easy when alone 😅), clean all the mess… now maybe I have some time to have dinner, at 11pm…? 😓
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Olivier Halligon Feb 19
You mean `questions.filter(where: { ($0.answer?.swiftVersion ?? 0.0) < Swift.latestVersion })` right? 😜
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Nacho Soto Feb 19
This guy is a hero 🙌
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Olivier Halligon Feb 19
DispatchQueue.john.async(flags: .barrier) { questions.append($0) }
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SwiftAveiro Feb 17
We are live people! Check our new website at 🎉🎉🎉 Ticket sale will start Monday 12AM GMT. Don't forget to buy yours!
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Olivier Halligon Feb 19
Replying to @terhechte
👍 see you there!
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Nick Lockwood Feb 19
In case you’re not bored of hearing about how weird JavaScript is yet: [1,2,3] == [1,2,3] // false [1,2,3] == “1,2,3” // true (With === they’re both false)
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Olivier Halligon Feb 19
Thread passionnant sur les empreintes digitales 🤚👌
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John Edwards Feb 16
Oh hai - New Zealand here, we get all your video games and movies. But we don’t massacre children in their classrooms. It must be something else.
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Olivier Halligon Feb 16
Replying to @NachoSoto
Congrats and good luck on your new career! 👨‍✈️🛩 Hope I’ll have the chance to fly with you one day 😉
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Olivier Halligon Feb 15
Replying to @thomvis
Bash tip: you can use `<(cmd)` as a parameter to a bash command in order to use the output of running `cmd` as if it were the content of a file So you should be able to achieve what you want using: diff <(diff a b) <(diff c d)
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Olivier Halligon Feb 15
Replying to @thomvis
Bash tip: you can use `<(cmd)` as a parameter to a bash command in order to use the output of running `cmd` as if it were the content of a file So you should be able to achieve what you want using: diff <(diff a b) <(diff c d)
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Olivier Halligon Feb 15
Nicely built! \cc I think you were asking for such a dynamic tutorial about waves a while ago? You might like this one!
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Helios Feb 14
Web browser user agent strings are just this meme, every time you visit a website. every. time.
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Olivier Halligon Feb 13
Tweetbot coincidence? 😂 Great news though, enjoy!
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Ashley Bischoff Feb 12
Today I learned: Within macOS’s “Hot Corners” dialog, you can hold down Command or Option or Shift (or any combination of those) while selecting a hot-corner action to require those modifiers to activate that corner.
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Olivier Halligon Feb 10
Replying to @karlbowden
Indeed 😉
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