Thursday, May 19, 2016

q-ist is now on GitHub! I’ve started a new repository, My old code from contrib is now available there, but more importantly, I received permission from work to release a collection of utilities and example code from my personal library. This includes a much fuller-featured version of my wtf function, my awq tool for using q as a text filter, dozens of miscellaneous utility functions, and more. I don’t have a README for the whole repository written yet, so to get you started, most of the interesting stuff is in lib, except for awq, which is in bin. Have fun exploring the repository, and feel free to comment or email me with any questions about the code.



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