Tags > subversionTom Barker
December 27, 2010
Mike Ball is one of the developers on my team; he is an extraordinarily bright and insightful individual. He has created the below presentation to outline the power and ease of Subversion command line.By Nat Torkington
January 7, 2010
London Datastore to Launch -- the Mayor of London will launch a site full of London data. (via Ed Dumbill) Google Destroyed the Web -- It's hard to disagree with the basic contention that SEO aimed at Google's rankings has fucked the web. It's a vicious circle, too: the more fake content sites are created to game Google, the...
July 27, 2009
Two of my favorite presenters, Ben Collins-Sussman and Brad Fitzpatrick, did an OSCON session on "Programmer Insecurity and the Genius Myth." Brad and Ben talked about how programmers' insecurities cause all manner of troubles in programming projects, and then presented a number of tips for how to avoid these problems. They also asserted that there are very few genius...By James Turner
February 4, 2009
This week's podcast features tip on using Mercurial, an update from Matthew Russell on his Building Community book, the answer to last week's quiz and a fresh new FSF-related quiz question....By Eric Berry
October 22, 2008
ProjectLocker.com now offers Git hosting as well as SVNBy Sara Peyton
October 2, 2008
Is Subversion the right tool? "If you need to archive old versions of files and directories, possibly resurrect them, or examine logs of how they've changed over time, then Subversion is exactly the right tool for you." So write the authors of O'Reilly's Version Control with Subversion, 2nd Ed.--C. Michael Pilato, Ben Collins-Sussman, and Brian Fitzpatrick. And here, these members of the Subversion development team give you their top tips for avoiding the pesky network round-trip, safely moving files and directories with wild abandon, teaching your Subversion client to add certain properties to your files automatically, and more. Check them out.
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