Thousand isolation dressing
Thousand isolation dressing
Here is a lens filter setup that is compatible with the Fujifilm LC-X100S leather case used with a X100T:
The stack fits in the case almost perfectly.
It fits under the case and doesn’t increase the difficulty of removing the top cover.
It consists of:
Other filters and spacers are likely to work.
The Fujifilm AR-X100 Adapter Ring can be avoided all together if you put the lens filter and spacer ring on backwards. In addition to fitting in the case better, you get to keep using the little thread cover ring that comes on the camera.
Important: You have to use a spacer. The lens on the X100T extends out of the barrel quite a few mm, and you could damage the motor without enough space between the filter and the lens.
The only drawback is that the lens cap that comes with the camera wont fit any longer. Thats okay though because your top case is now the lens cap, and your primary lens is no longer vulnerable when the top cover is off.
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There are quite a few temp dir libraries out there, and most of them are super overkill: keeping track of state, offering sub-par cleanup options in some cases and generally offering more than is needed at any single point. After asking around in
ogd pointed out this seemingly obvious pattern:
mkdirp(path.join(os.tmpdir() + crypto.randomBytes()), cb)
Anyway, this approach still requires a bit of boilerplate and knowledge of standard libs so wrapping it up in a module can abstract those details away and offer a super simple abstraction to a common problem!
node-gyp driving you to drink?
npm i pangyp -g && npm config set node-gyp pangyp
will solve all your problems.
Replied to a post on kylewm.com:
What boilerplate changelog template do you use, and does it allign with metadata that can be sourced from project packaging (
Managed to kick out a new Sublime Text 3 package yesterday…. ~~but we are still waiting on getting it into the Package Control channel :(~~ Its out! packagecontrol.io/packages/StandardFormat
standard-format, and uses the globally installed
standard-format rather than bundling it inside the editor pacakge. It pairs nicely with the
Thanks for all the help from @flet, it even includes selection formatting (but that still needs a bit of work).
Released a new module to
npm the other day while at the civic studyhall:
Its a super simple set of functions and CLI wrapper to initialize a
keepachangelog.com changelog in the current directory.
Right now, its mainly a node-centric app, since it reads metadata out of
package.json, but it will become more general with use. The idea is that it can be used as a peice of the puzzle that is taking the work out of creating new modules quickly.
Just going through some of the Hawaii Photos that were posted a few weeks ago. Here are some of the better panoramas and highlight shots.