For the second time in the one month, I ran into this problem. Here’s how I solved it. (As a reminder for myself the next time I need it…)
This blog entry is about a real life example of how the flexibility of Git made my life easier. It’s a story about how I stopped developing a feature halfway to try out an alternative, without throwing away anything or cluttering up the (Subversion) repository.
Time for another small update of my site. I changed some ‘back office stuff’ and improved my blog. Apparently this also triggered some changes in the RSS feed, resulting in older entries popping up again on planet.plone.org. Sorry about that!
While I’m enthusiastic about Git, I still have to communicate with Subversion repositories like the Plone Collective. I also like my editor (Emacs) to help me interact with Git. In this blog entry I’ll explain how I setup my work environment.
After using Subversion for a couple of years, it’s time for me to look to the next generation of source control management systems.
After the upgrade to Intrepid the web developer Firefox add-on didn’t show it’s toolbar anymore.
The new network-manager package in Intrepid messed up my firewall (managed by Firestarter) by connecting to the wired and wireless network at the same time. The solution for me: Gufw.
A quick fix became an upgrade. :)
Almost flawless upgrade from Hardy Heron to Intrepid Ibex. Only python-setuptools needed manual attention. Other than that: I love it!
Brief summary of the discussed issues.