Install Void Linux on WSL2

About Windows 10 version 1909 is finally available for my surface device, I’ve waited for it for several months since there is a very important new feature: WSL2 IMO, WSL1 is not suitable for daily development because the performance is TOO BAD. Can you imagine I spent 15 minutes but still cannon launch neovim while it only took about 100 milliseconds in physical arch linux? Compared to WSL1, the performance

Blur Any Window in KDE Plasma

About The newest KDE plasma natively support blur, but it has many limitations, for example I can’t blur vim status line and firefox. This article tries to find a way to blur any window in plasma, like this: There is a much more elegant method to achieve this, see the comment for more information. Preparation To begin with, make sure you have already enabled blur effect via Kvantum and some themes that support blur, for example Sweet

Contribution Guide for sainnhe/gruvbox-material-vscode

Requirements Make sure you have the following programs installed: git nodejs Start First of all, let’s try to package this extension and install it to your vscode. 1 2 3 4 5 $ git clone --depth 1 https://github.com/sainnhe/gruvbox-material-vscode.git $ cd gruvbox-material-vscode $ npm install $ npm run package $ code --install-extension ./gruvbox-material-6.2.1.vsix Now, use vscode to open this project and modify some code, then press F5 to start debugging. The

Preview of iCursive Nerd Fonts

Fira Code iCursive S12 FiraCode(by tonsky, SIL Open Font License) + Script12 BT(by Bitstream, free for personal use) Fira Code iCursive Op (Non-free) FiraCode(by tonsky, SIL Open Font License) + Operator Mono(by Hoefler&Co, paid) Source Code Pro iCursive S12 Source Code Pro(by Paul D. Hunt (Adobe), SIL Open Font License) + Script12 BT(by Bitstream, free for personal use) Source Code Pro iCursive Op (Non-free) Source Code Pro(by Paul D. Hunt