If you are a web or application developer, there will come a time (hopefully) that you will need to use subversion for your projects. While I use the command line for this – there are some GUI applications that make it easy for people to manage their files using subversion. For this documentation, I have […]
Ever delete something with svn (svn del) and then realize you needed it again? You can get it back by using: svn copy -r HEAD filenameyoudeleted.extension filenameyoudeleted.extension svn copy is the command to get a working copy back -r is short for revision. I used HEAD which will give you the latest in repository. You […]
Because I always forget…to change the text editor that svn uses with the commit messages, just type in this command (if you use bash): export SVN_EDITOR=vi *Substitute vi for your editor of choice. **Personally, I once was a pico/nano fan, then I moved to emacs, and now I am a vi person.
Something that confuses a lot of people when they start using subversion is the file status. (svn st) Here is a quick list of the file status codes and what they mean: A File was added C Conflicting changes D File was deleted G File was merged R File was replaced U File was updated […]
In order to take a look at WordPress 2.5 before it was released, I used subversion to check out the latest code available using the instructions given on the WordPress site. Once WordPress 2.5 was released, I wanted to keep my sites using 2.5 and not the bleeding edge releases (2.6) so I needed to […]
There are some things I am very thankful for when I am working in PhotoShop…being able to navigate the history, the background eraser, the rounded corners tool, but there are sometimes when I fingers end up moving faster than my brain and save and close PSD files before I had the chance to undo a […]
After finally getting some to to set up my development environment, I began thinking…why am I not using Apache 2.2 and PHP 5.1.2? What made me think about this? “Legacy Release” The phrase “legacy release” is what httpd.apache.org described Apache 1.3.x as in their news section. I have been using Apache 1.x for several years […]
Today was a good day. Lots of information on how to create killer Dashboard widgets, Safari feedback session, in depth information on Color Management, Subversion for the rest of us, and then upgrading to Tiger server. I am exhausted, but learning lots of really cool technologies. I am going to start working on making my […]