Author Archives: joelgranados

About joelgranados

I'm fascinated with how technology and science impact our reality and am drawn to leverage them in order to increase the potential of human activity.

Bootstrapping Debian package

Debian packages depend on a “Debian” directory. While you could create this by hand, there is a faster way: you can use dh_make. Here is what I used to get started: Things to what’d out for : You have to … Continue reading

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icecc needs not to be in “native” mode

RocksDB was taking a bit too much time to compile so I decided to try out icecc. When I executed it I noticed on the icecream-sundae monitor that my “second” machine was not being used. After a lengthy debugging I … Continue reading

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Add included files to your ctags file

To add the headers to the ctags file I found this little gem. And I ended up using it like this: I’m still missing the implementation of the header files though. for another day…

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Deoplete works well for latest vim

Neocomplete does not work with my current version of VIM. so I had to install an alternative. Deoplete is writen by Shougo and does the simple autocompletion that I expected to start with. Easy install with Bundles https://github.com/Shougo/deoplete.nvim

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GPG links/tutorials/FAQ

Will not write yet another tutorial about how to setup GPG. I will link to the ones that I used to do several things. Settup up GPG https://oguya.ch/posts/2016-04-01-gpg-subkeys/ https://blog.tinned-software.net/create-gnupg-key-with-sub-keys-to-sign-encrypt-authenticate/ Setting up subkeys https://oguya.ch/posts/2016-04-01-gpg-subkeys/ https://wiki.debian.org/Subkeys Setting up GPG for SSH authentication … Continue reading

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GPG does not output the key IDs by default

Wanted to start signing my mails and my git commits with my newly minted sub key. But when I did a I could not see the key ids to add to my git nor to my muttrc. After some searching … Continue reading

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Always remember the clockwise/spiral rule

From time to time I need to go back and see how to “read” the const pointer order when declaring in C++. Here is a good reminder/link for it. And try to always append a const in order for it … Continue reading

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Simple git commit auto fill

Back in the days when I worked for RedHat I remember having a neat autocomplete git hook that filled in my git commit message. I liked the way it was formatted and I remember it being something similar to this. … Continue reading

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Phenology Detection At IBIMET

I was a visiting researcher at the Institute of BIoMETeorology (IBIMET) in Sassari Italy in the month of July 2013. My work there was directed at applying known research from the Richardson lab for using color responses to characterize phenological behavior. You can … Continue reading

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Leaf Counting and Identification.

Automating plant phenotyping. We have added an initial approximation to leaf counting and identification. This will detect the leaf centers and give the number of leafs of a plant. Inspiration came from a paper presented at CVPPP2014: 3-D Histogram-Based Segmentation and Leaf … Continue reading

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