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aerostitch aerostitch Note: I am not related in any way to the "Aerostich" company (notice the missing "t"). I had no knowledge of their existence when choosing my name years ago.

aerostitch/asciidoc-tools 7

Theses are the tools I develop to enhance my asciidoc experience

aerostitch/awesome 1

awesome window manager

aerostitch/acs-engine 0

Azure Container Service Engine - provision and deploy container orchestrators on Azure: Kubernetes, DC/OS, and Docker Swarm.

aerostitch/aerostitch.github.io 0

Repo for the http://aerostitch.github.io website (about tips)

aerostitch/amtdoor 0

Code that manages opening our door

aerostitch/ansible 0

Ansible is a radically simple IT automation platform that makes your applications and systems easier to deploy. Avoid writing scripts or custom code to deploy and update your applications— automate in a language that approaches plain English, using SSH, with no agents to install on remote systems.

aerostitch/api.go.cd 0

API Documentation for Go CD

aerostitch/application-gateway-kubernetes-ingress 0

This is an ingress controller that can be run on Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) to allow an Azure Application Gateway to act as the ingress for an AKS cluster.

aerostitch/asciidoc 0

Text based document generation. AsciiDoc is a text document format for writing notes, documentation, articles, books, ebooks, slideshows, web pages, man pages and blogs. AsciiDoc files can be translated to many formats including HTML, PDF, EPUB, man page.

aerostitch/asciidoc-py3 0

Python 3 port of Asciidoc Python, this is a development work in progress, but passes all tests, real world testing is very much welcomed.

pull request commentvim/vim

asciidoc.vim: speed up the refresh process for big files

Hey @brammool,

Did you close without merging on purpose?

I'm not sure I understand your last comment.

Thanks! Joseph

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pull request commentvim/vim

asciidoc.vim: speed up the refresh process for big files

That does work but it indeed would be better to not do a sync clear. Sorry I forgot to remove that part. It should use the default syn parameters now. Tested, it works fine for me.

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Remove forgotten syn clear

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pull request commentvim/vim

asciidoc.vim: speed up the refresh process for big files

Sorry for the late reply. I updated the header, adding my github handle (that's the best way to reach out). I don't intend maintaining it in another repo. I'll just send PR here it'll be simpler to have it in just one place. Does that work for you?

Thanks, Joseph

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Add myself as current maintainer and how to contact me

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pull request commentasciidoc/asciidoc-py3

add requires directive to testasciidoc

Sorry for the late reply. Work has been crazy lately. I'll try to have a looks in the afternoon but a quick glance suggests that it looks good.

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pull request commentvim/vim

asciidoc.vim: speed up the refresh process for big files

Sure, I can maintain it, no problem. Is there anything I need to do to be maintainer on my side?

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PR opened vim/vim

asciidoc.vim: speed up the refresh process for big files

Hi everyone,

The removal of those lines speeds up vim's refresh process on big files for the asciidoc format.

This was first raised in https://bugs.debian.org/767179 and then integrated in the asciidoc repository in https://github.com/asciidoc/asciidoc-py3/pull/91.

As I just discovered that vim had this file in its runtime, I thought it might be good to have that change here and remove it from the asciidoc repo itself as it doesn't make sense to manage separate versions. See https://github.com/asciidoc/asciidoc-py3/pull/100 (just as an FYI).

Thanks for your time, Joseph

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create barnchaerostitch/vim

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The official Vim repository

https://www.vim.org

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PR opened asciidoc/asciidoc-py3

Remove the vim files as already in the main vim runtime

Hey everyone,

As pointed out to me in https://bugs.debian.org/954780 it seems the basic vim runtime already contains the files for asciidoc: https://github.com/vim/vim/blob/master/runtime/syntax/asciidoc.vim and that it's been there for over 6 years.

I'll push the changes from https://github.com/asciidoc/asciidoc-py3/commit/e28fc53362fb60124557cf00a39eba23d86e3189 to the main vim repo but I think it's redundant to keep it in our repo as it's installed with vim already.

Joseph

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issue openedasciidoc/asciidoc-py3

Tests not passing in minimal build environment

This is a note for self to try to solve this issue. In the lates release (9.0.0 rc2) the test target for make has been switched to the run of testasciidoc.py which causes issues in minimal build environments.

The 1st one is that it doesn't allow to change the CONF_DIR so testasciidoc try to pull the conf file from etc but this is not installed yet. A better solution is required.

Then there are other issues like source-highlight not found and other things like that. I disabled the run of the tests in Debian for now but it would be nice to have a proper run later, hence this issue opened.

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pull request commentVEVO/dynamodbdump

Fix: Directory name infinite concatenation, also fixing issue #9

Hi @Avielyo10 ,

Sorry for this issue. I left the company a few months ago so I don't have the rights to review this even if it looks good to me. Maybe @johnwoo247 or @davidgibbons or @vevo-matt-lam could have a go at it.

Thanks for fixing this! :) Joseph

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