I had these files with very very long lines of text on each line. It was paragraphs worth of words but not word wrapped. These files were stored in a git repository. Now and then, someone would change a word. Diff with line based output was difficult to find what actually changed. I figured there […]
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One of the nice things about git, is the ability to work in a distributed manor. Instead of having to have a central repository for your source code, you can create a copy of your repository and do work, while sharing the changes, on any number of machines. Often, when a few developers share code, […]
Many of my posts have some sort of code, shell script, or other syntax highlighted portion. I’ve loved the code highligher plugin for wordpress. The version I’ve been using (1.8) doesn’t seem to have had any updates for quite some time. The only reason that bothers me in the slightest is that there is a […]
After playing around with the Cypress FX2 and SDCC for the past while, I’ve developed a library of utilities that make some of the common tasks for writing firmware and performing certain functions a little easier. I’m lucky to work for a company that approves of the open source initiative and believes that it is […]
I’ve been learning git lately. Here are a few tips for sharing branches I’ve collected during the past few weeks. Create a branch In git, branches are stored on your local machine. Even the commonly named “master”, is just a branch on your local machine. Master is simply set up to track a branch on […]
Sometimes you get used to doing things one way and you forget to take a step back now and then and see if there isn’t something you’re missing. In my case, I was formatting source code on this blog by putting html non-breaking spaces and &lt; codes for angle brackets etc. Ouch. What was I […]