I am just learning my way around jekyll / markdown. I have shamelessly copied the layout from Tomer Filiba's homepage. Hopefully, this will look different as I customize various parts and add features.
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I finally tried markdown, and I love it. It inspired me to finally update my home page. So this site !
When I am coding in autohotkey, I always bind the reload command to
Listvars window and the
ListLines window are always available as a debugging aid. Now running a script in AutoHotkey.dll, you can modify variables in a running script using
ahkassign. I think with the com interface to vim, it wouldn't be hard to make changes flow into the source code. AutoHotkey.dll also allows you to load a script but not execute it. Then you can access the abstract syntax tree of the script using the dll's introspective capabilities.
I had been using win32 com for the glue between autohotkey and python. But that was limiting with multiple machines and operating systems. So I finally got around to getting zeromq working in autohotkey: ahkzmq.
z := zstart("tcp://localhost:5555") omsg := ["what", "else"] zsendrcv(z, omsg) return