Romain Pouclet

Using swift-format from a docker container

There is a tiny command line tool as part of the Swift toolchains called swift-format. It’s still a work in progress, but a few days ago I wanted to try it on an existing project, for fun. It’s very simple to use, as the documentation suggests:

How to archive a macOS application containing multiple targets

I recently reached a point with Commitment where I’m actually using it daily, which both feels great and terrible. Great because, well, it’s my own app, and terrible because I see all the quirks I need to fix. The last two sessions of work have been spent setting up Sparkle to auto-update the app. As I’m learning (and struggling) quite a bit, I figured I should write about it.

A funny thing happened on the way to this commit message

A few years ago, I was working on a backend application that created a lot of temporary files. In an attempt to add a command to remove those files automatically, I created a script that removed everything… including itself. As I’m writing this, I’m pretty proud to announce that I outdid myself.

On getting started with Kubernetes

Recently, I’ve been working on a tiny web application. The goal is to help a friend on a specific task, but it is also a great opportunity for me to explore new technologies. Amongst those technology is Kubernetes.

Extracting checklists from Bear notes with Swift

Bear has been my favourite writing app both on iOS and macOS for the past 6 months. If you’re looking for a reason to switch to Bear, I covered what I loved about it on Twitter. Instead, let’s talk about a tool I made to extend my use of Bear: TeddyList.