A better svndiff, allow comparision between different revision

May 18th, 2007 mysurface

Refers back to svn command line tutorial for beginners 2, I introduces a bash script that uses svn cat and vimdiff to compare files. This simple script written by Erik C. Thauvin only allows you to compare latest revision source with working source. What if I would like to compare my current working source with [...]

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CLI magic: programable bash completion

May 4th, 2007 mysurface

Ubuntu, a Linux distribution that is getting popular because it has successfully improves it’s user friendliness with simple User interface. You can install any applications with few clicks, configuration under GUI dialogs etc. People usually have the thinking of maybe one day, Ubuntu will become another new operating system like Microsoft Windows. Never! The concept [...]

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svn command line tutorial for beginners 2

April 17th, 2007 mysurface

This is the continues tutorial for svn command line tutorial for beginners 1. The previous post covers Introduction of subversion, installation links, how to get help, create svn repository, import files into a new repository and list the files inside a repo. svn command line tutorial for beginners continues …. How to checkout files from [...]

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svn command line tutorial for beginners 1

April 17th, 2007 mysurface

svn can be known as subversion, it is a version control system after cvs. It claims to be out perform cvs, one of the features of svn is it do support versioning for documents and binaries beside source code. As you search for subversion, it may lead you to the page of http://tortoisesvn.tigris.org/. Tortoise is [...]

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