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  Archive for February, 2009

February 17, 2009 – 4:32pm Recursively delete .svn directories

This came in handy today when I copied a directory from another project and didn’t recognize that it was under version control in that project. Needless to say, my current project got very confused during an svn commit when it encountered this copied directory. To reconcile the situation, I had to recursively delete all of the .svn directories from the copied directory, and then check it in as a fresh copy to the new project. More…

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February 17, 2009 – 12:43pm SVN merge trunk changes to your branch

I always have to look up the documentation on how to merge a whole SVN branch to another. Today there were bug fixes to trunk of my project that I wanted to port into my branch. I expected this to be easy since I hadn’t made many changes to my branch, and no changes to the same files that were modified in the trunk. More…

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February 17, 2009 – 9:14am Symfony Cross Application Links

This blog post by Fabien Potencier describes how to use symfony 1.2 to create link between your applications within a symfony project. This has been difficult in the past because applications within a symfony project shared only model classes and basic project configuration, but routing was handled by unique application-based configuration. More…

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February 11, 2009 – 5:19pm TextMate Bundle: Ack in Project

This bundle is a huge time saver if you find yourself doing a lot of searching in large projects. Ack is way faster than the built-in search and it shows results as they are found rather than all at once at the end.


via protocool’s ack-tmbundle at master – GitHub.

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