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Archive for November 10th, 2020

JSON to tabular format via and

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/11/10

Two interesting sites to ease transforming JSON fragments in log-messages to a table system, for instance Excel.

  1. Paste the bits in [WayBack] Best JSON Pretty Print Online then fix any syntax errors.
  2. Copy from there to [WayBack] and press the triangle button (run)
  3. Copy either the tabular or tree result to your favourite program.
  4. Format any numbers for readability. I really like the Custom format ##0.00E+00 that just shows the exponents in multiples of 3 (so kilo, mega, giga, etc)[WayBack] formatting – How can I format bytes a cell in Excel as KB, MB, GB etc? – Stack Overflow

This way I copied the example code into adjecent Excel areas, so I could compare the values and calculate memory increase of a Delphi application.


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Radio Garden

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/11/10

Explore live radio by rotating the globe.

[] Radio Garden

Via: [WayBack] Radio Garden is just too cool Check out radio across the planet with this interactive station finding globe! – Kevin Powick – Google+


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Git pushing to multiple remotes

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/11/10

I didn’t know there were multiple ways to push to multiple remotes.

[WayBack] github – Git – Pushing code to two remotes – Stack Overflow is intriguing as the accept answer shows one remote can have more than one URL, and you can push to all of them at the same time.

Most people just have multiple remotes with one URL per remote, and have a branch optionally track one remote brach: [WayBack] How can I tell a local branch to track a remote branch?

The other way around: you can find out which branch track remote branches as well: [WayBack] git – Find out which remote branch a local branch is tracking – Stack Overflow



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