I’m experimenting with a simple source code browser for jerakeen.org. Right now it’s trivial – just a list of folders and links to files, but what I’m aiming for is pages showing the check-in history of various folders, when they were last changed, etc – essentially, the sort of boring stuff I’d get for free […]
If you’ve ever edited files over samba, or on a fat partition, using a mac, you’ll know that it scatters annoying ._foo.txt files all over the place when you save things. These files are the system’s way of compensating for these filesystems not supporting ‘real’ resource forks, and they’re a complete pain. I feel this […]
ok, keeping your apache config files in subversion is a Good Idea. But keeping the config files that CONTROL THE SUBVERSION REPOSITORY in the SAME SUBVERSION SERVER probably isn’t.
Tagging things in CVS cvs -d user@server:/root co Something ..wait.. cd Something cvs tag Tag_Name ..wait.. Tagging things in Subversion svn cp http://server/root/Something http://server/root/tags/Tag_Name The svn tag returns practically instantly. I’m still waiting for the CVS tag to finish. Of course, it’s all software. But svn sucks slightly less.