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Moving from Let's Encrypt to Amazon Certificate Manager

After three and half years I decided to move from using Let's Encrypt to using ACM to manage SSL certificate on this site.

Writen on Nov 17, 2019, 15:42 and filed under: AWS, Let's Encrypt, ACM.

IBAN tools 2.2.0 released

IBAN tools 2.2.0 is out. Includes two bugs fixes.

Writen on Aug 12, 2019, 19:50 and filed under: TypeScript, IBANTools, JavaScript.

IBAN tools 2.1.0 released

IBAN tools 2.1.0 is out. First version after 14 months.

Writen on May 5, 2019, 22:55 and filed under: TypeScript, IBANTools, JavaScript.

IBAN tools 2.0.0 released

IBAN tools 2.0.0 is out. Because of breaking changes this is major revision.

Writen on Mar 11, 2018, 23:45 and filed under: TypeScript, IBANTools, JavaScript.

IBAN tools 1.6.0 released

IBAN tools 1.6.0 include IBAN registry revision 78 changes, changes electonic format regexp, IBAN extraction result and updates development dependencies.

Writen on Feb 13, 2018, 11:51 and filed under: TypeScript, IBANTools, JavaScript.

IBAN tools 1.5.1 released

IBAN tools 1.5.1 fixes validation issues with BIC numbers that include branch code.

Writen on Nov 15, 2017, 14:18 and filed under: TypeScript, IBANTools, JavaScript.

IBAN tools 1.5.0 released

I released IBAN Tools version 1.5.0 just 5 days after previous release. Reason for that is previously undetected typo in function name.

Writen on Oct 10, 2017, 23:30 and filed under: TypeScript, IBANTools, JavaScript.

IBAN tools 1.4.0 released

I just released IBAN Tools version 1.4.0. This version includes updated development dependencies and @types support.

Writen on Oct 5, 2017, 17:16 and filed under: TypeScript, IBANTools, JavaScript.

flycheck-popup-tip available on Melpa

flycheck-popup-tip is now available on Melpa. That is extension for GNU Emacs and Flycheck. It implements minor-mode for displaying errors from Flycheck using popup.el library.

Writen on Aug 9, 2017, 13:25 and filed under: Flycheck, GNU Emacs, Elisp.

Create Atom feed per tag/category in Middleman

I use Middleman as static page genarator for this website. One question I often get is how to build separate Atom feed for every category/tag that I use on this site. Here is solution that I end up using.

Writen on Mar 26, 2017, 19:01 and filed under: Middleman, Ruby, Website.