18 April 2014

The Ruby Reflector

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Git

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By Mike Gunderloy of A Fresh Cup 2 days ago.
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Github Cheat Sheet - All sorts of tips and tricks for using Git and GitHub, along with links to more resources.

A Quick Guide to Sublime Text - Various bits of useful information.

3 Features from Rails 4.1 that I'm excited about - Secrets.yml, Action Pack Variants, and cookie serialization get the nod here.

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By Christian Neukirchen of chris blogs over 1 year ago.
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Since its release I've been a fan of Git. (I still can remember downloading the initial version.) The thing I like most is that it can be extended and customized in an unixy way. Over time, I have collected some scripts and tricks that I would like to present to a wider audience. Git information online abounds (I especially recommend Mark J. Dominus in-depth posts on Git ), thus I will only show stuff I haven't seen elsewhere.

git news

Let's start with a simple …

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By Mike Gunderloy of A Fresh Cup 11 days ago.
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GitBook - "Build beautiful programming books and exercises using GitHub/ Git and Markdown."

Codesake::Dawn v1.1.0 released - New major build of this security scanner for ruby web applications.

Firebug 2.0 alpha 2 - The best Firefox development tool is moving right along.

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By Peter Meth of Engine Yard Developer Blog over 1 year ago.
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…framework for hackers. You should be comfortable running shell commands and familiar with the basics of Git. If that sounds daunting, Octopress probably isn't for you.

Now that I had decided on using Octopress, I next needed to figure out where to host it. One of the services I have been hearing a lot about that I have been wanting to play with is Engine Yard, so I thought it would be a good opportunity to try them out as a potential home for my blog. In checking the Octopress documentation, …

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By Hongli Lai of Phusion Corporate Blog 24 days ago.
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…signed with our personal keys.

If you're using Phusion Passenger , we strongly recommend you to cryptographically verify every release . The Phusion Passenger documentation contains comprehensive instructions that explains how you can verify our tarballs, Ruby gems, Git commits and more.

Onward and upwards!

With kind regards,

Hongli Lai

Ninh Bui

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By Tommy Marshall of Viget.com Blogs over 1 year ago.
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To solve this problem, I'll be harnessing the power of Git. In a nutshell, we'll have two branches: master and framework . The master branch will be our application. The framework branch will be the Laravel framework that is powering our app. ( Laravel's repository can be found here ) When an update is made to Laravel, we check out the framework branch, pull in the most recent version of the framework, then merge those changes with master . Pretty straightforward. …

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On The Pug Automatic almost 2 years ago.
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Git, or in .gitignore d files, and as mentioned, it only works in directories managed by Git. You can trade in some speed for removing these gotchas with the flags --untracked , --no-exclude-standard and --no-index .

I use project-wide search all the time. It's not just for search-and-replace, of course.

The quickfix window

The search results end up in the quickfix window , a split window in Vim that you can move through like any Vim buffer. Hitting ⏎ …

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By Loren Segal of gnuu.org 1 month ago.
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The Irony of Git Support

So let's take a step back and remember that this is GitHub publishing this editor. GitHub, as in, creators of the canonical social Git hosting site that most of us use. And yet, clearly lacking in this editor is any sense of actual Git support. Sure, there are line diffs and some basic diff / branch status listings in the status bar, but come on, not even a built-in " Git Commit" command? For what it's worth, there is a cool "view …

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On Lee Munroe 1 month ago.
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I'm usually on a machine with a dev environment, with Git and access to GitHub so writing a new blog post or making a change isn't a problem. Even if I'm not, I can log on to GitHub and use the UI as a CMS. GitHub seems reliable and my blog is a heck of a lot faster than it was before. Therefore I've been able to cancel my Dreamhost VPS , downgrade to shared hosting and save myself some beer money .

The switch is easy, but might take longer than you think

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By Hongli Lai of Phusion Corporate Blog over 2 years ago.
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These days a lot of people have switched from Subversion to Git. When you've worked with Git for a while, Subversion probably feels archaic and unproductive. The "killer app" for Git is Github , which provides an unbeatable collaboration experience. Indeed, many projects that have switched to Github reported a dramatic increase in contributions!

In order to stimulate Nginx development, we've launched a Github mirror of the Nginx SVN repository: …

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