Google likes Eclipse, Eclipse likes Google; so when the Eclipse Foundation wanted Google to support the Eclipse ecosystem, they were pleased to help. Today,...
0 replies - 8336 views - 05/14/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles
You probably thought it was an April Fools joke when GitHub announced Subversion read-only support on April 1st. However, the people at GitHub announced this...
0 replies - 18788 views - 05/07/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in Daily Dose
Video number two of the DevOps
meeting is Stephen
Nelson-Smith of Atalanta
Systems bravely doing his talk – sans slides due to laptop
1 replies - 7218 views - 05/06/10 by Julian Simpson in News
Control has really crawled forward at a slow pace. I am going to be a
total contrarian (read: jerk) and say that the arguments I made...
6 replies - 6773 views - 04/27/10 by Rob Williams in Articles
I’ve been meaning to put together an article on Git for quite a
while but I’ve always ended up postponing it for various reasons, one
of which being that...
3 replies - 9981 views - 04/07/10 by Cedric Beust in Articles
I'm fairly fearless when coding, which means that about once a week, I
delete a huge chunk of something I should've kept, or change something
8 replies - 6225 views - 03/22/10 by Jerry Andrews in News
The data center automation tool vendor, rPath, recently added support for open source configuration management tools including Reductive Labs' Puppet,...
0 replies - 9660 views - 03/08/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in News
Today, the Eclipse Mylyn project is announcing a major restructuring with the creation of several different sub-projects for each key Application Lifecycle...
2 replies - 24053 views - 03/08/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles
I always believed in Subversion's
potential and that it would be a wide improvement over the nightmare
that was CVS,
but I found out that, as Linus says,...
5 replies - 31773 views - 03/05/10 by Giorgio Sironi in News
Chrome Usage Keeps Growing, IE Keeps Dwindling The February report on NetMarketshare's browser stats show many continuing trends. Once again, Chrome...
0 replies - 17580 views - 03/02/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in Daily Dose
This week, I searched for free online SVN repositories for
closed-source projects. Of course, there are plenty of sites offering
services for OpenSource...
6 replies - 25785 views - 02/23/10 by Nicolas Frankel in Articles
How to break a deploy: Take one codebase. Sieve in a
new class. Mix in the dry ingredients and a new runtime dependency.
Place another dependency on a...
0 replies - 6586 views - 02/19/10 by Julian Simpson in News
In a short post on the Subversion Community website, the project developers announced the end of Subversion and the beginning of Apache Subversion. They say...
0 replies - 6964 views - 02/18/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in News
If you spend time talking to software developers about tools, one
of the biggest topics I hear about are version control tools. Once
you've got to the...
7 replies - 12017 views - 02/18/10 by Martin Fowler in Articles
The makers of the free DVCS (Distributed Version Control System), Git,
have recently made the new 1.7 version available for download. Many
changes in the...
0 replies - 10523 views - 02/15/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in News