A LaTeX Template For Responses To Referees’ Reports

Upon sending a revised version of a submitted paper to a journal, one is generally required to enclose a statement on the revision based on the referees’ report. In this statement, you basically respond to comments from the referees. A friend of mine asked me whether I could publish the LaTeX template I have been using for writing such statements. Well, here you go :).
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My Tmux Configuration

Tmux is a great tool that allows you to have separate terminal sessions inside a single terminal window. Inside each session, you can have multiple windows, and each window can be separated into multiple panes. Take a look at this screenshot to get an idea. In this post, I would like to share and explain my configuration of this tool. Hopefully, you will find some nice tweaks in there that will help you to speed up your workflow.
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Structures and Member Initializers in C++

Since C++11, one can put the initialization of data members directly into structure or class definition. However, this change has consequences with regards to the construction of such structures. Indeed, by adding member initializers into a structure may render your previously working code non-compilable. In the present post, I describe this change, the related issues, and explain how to get around them.
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