Nano editor Comment/Uncomment in GNU Nano editor using Alt+3 shortcut

GNU Nano editor adjust comment literal for PHP / C / C++

If you are a UNIX lover and fan of Nano text editor then while writing C / C++ code, you would like to put comments using Short-Cut key i.e. Alt+3. But the problem is, Nano puts the char # as comment literal instead of //. This happened because the default literal is # unless it is defined in configurations.

How to fix?

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Display line numbers in GNU Nano text editor

These days developers go for heavy text-editors and IDEs like InteliJ, PyCharm, RubyMine, Sublime Text with much more extensions, Vim, Emacs, etc. However, in case of the later two they are not memory and processor heavy however they have very steep learning curves.

On the other hand, GNU Nano come as a life saver. It requires a few MB of RAM(say 3-4 MB) and uses very less CPU resource. Nano is a much powerful tool with much more features.

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Rails : Spree : Zipcode, phonenumber required false

If you need the shipping address to be set any how, and want to skip the validations as set  in the spree’s address model, you can do it easily

module Spree
  class Address < Spree::Base
    require 'twitter_cldr'

    belongs_to :country, class_name: "Spree::Country"
    belongs_to :state, class_name: "Spree::State"

    has_many :shipments, inverse_of: :address

    validates :firstname, :lastname, :address1, :city, :country, presence: true
    validates :zipcode, presence: true, if: :require_zipcode?
    validates :phone, presence: true, if: :require_phone?

    validate :state_validate, :postal_code_validate

Solution:

# models/spree/address_decorator.rb
Spree::Address.class_eval do
  def require_phone?
    false
  end


  def require_zipcode?
    false
  end
end

 

And you are done