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…fruitful discussion, and for connecting authors and readers. Plus, you told us you want them: We polled SvN readers in 2012, and learned folks appreciate having comments in general (although some complained, understandably, about their quality).
Another possibility is moving the conversation elsewhere — tools like Branch exist for that very purpose. Mig purposefully built into SvN's redesign to encourage offsite dialogue — if you read an article and have something …
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…for open sourceprojects. Lucky you! In 's time it was all SVN, uphill both ways.
If your target project has a web site, it will probably link to the official search GitHub for the name of the project. This may also turn up other people's forks of the project — if you're not sure which one is the original, just pick one and follow the "forked from" links.repository. Failing that, you can
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…are green when done. The refactoring change should be a separate commit in git (separate checkin in SVN, etc).
OK, I'm pragmatic and realize that that approach doesn't work all the time, but it's a good ideal to shoot for. I considered discussing cases where it would be OK to refactor something in the middle of another change, but on second thought I think I'll leave that be for now. You'll learn that for yourself better than by following someone else's advice …
Many developers are convinced that their language, tool or library is the best. They think that C is better than Pascal, Python is better Ruby, and Git is much better than SVN. Among the editors, some prefer VIM over Emacs, while others only like Textmate or JEdit. The preference for certain languages, tools and frameworks can be very subjective, some like this tool, some like that, while others prefer something completely different. Often you like the tool you are used to, because …
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These days a lot of people have switched from Github , which provides an unbeatable collaboration …to When you've worked with for a while, Subversion probably feels archaic and unproductive. The "killer app" for Git is
…You can get Shard-Query (currently in development release form as a checkout from SVN) here: Shard-Query code project
Justin Swanhart, the author of this article is also the creator and maintainer of Shard-Query. The author has previously worked in cooperation with, including on benchmarking. These particular tests were performed independently of Infobright, without their knowledge or approval. Infobright was, however, given the …
[ CHEF-2092 ] - resource with SVN failing in 0.9.14
[ CHEF-2102 ] - Need correct encoding and decoding of the query string for search
[ CHEF-2103 ] - Search result is incorrect with syntax (NOT...) AND ... and (NOT...) ...
[ CHEF-2122 ] - knife rackspace server create's bootstrap uses identity_file but there's no config option
[ CHEF-2124 ] - should not load …