I’m experimenting with using tabs in Vim having never used them before. The common advice I’ve seen always says that they are not “the Vim way”, whatever that means. Which, now that I read it back, is weird.
I was looking for a way to keep a working notes file open whilst working in other splits and I found this article that I bookmarked in Pocket ages ago. Seems to be working well at the moment.
I don’t agree with all the points in Tailwind and the Femininity of CSS, but I do think they’re on to something regarding how CSS is viewed.
I remember overhearing a conversation at work years ago where the CSS work being done by a colleague was referred to as “colouring in” by a couple of brogrammers on the team. Brogrammers who didn’t write CSS.
Jeremy Keith quoted in the article also has a good point.
I think that’s what’s happened with some programmers coming to CSS for the first time. They’ve heard it’s simple, so they assume it’s easy. But then when they try to use it, it doesn’t work. It must be the fault of the language
After bragging about managing to get a
rebase --ontoworking correctly the first time recently I forgot the order of arguments this week.
For posterity here is the format:
git rebase --onto <newparent> <oldparent>