Tag Archives: svn

how to turn a tgz or zip into a code repo

If your favorite free libre open source project is only available as a tgz or zip (ie umlet) you can now easily turn it into a fully viewable & searchable code repository by using github or google code svn !
You can then use ohloh.net to analyse the code for you !

Simply

  1. sign up for a github or google code svn account
  2. CREATE a new repo (ie http://github.com/osde8info/UMLet)
  3. download tgz or zip
  4. untgz or unzip
  5. ADD files to repo
  6. COMMIT files to repo
  7. (if using github you may also need to 'remote add' and 'push')
  8. add enlistment to ohloh (ie git://github.com/osde8info/UMLet.git)

Sit back and enjoy the ohloh.net code analysis and stats !
https://www.ohloh.net/p/UMLet/analyses/latest

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Eclipse IDE, variants and add-ons

As well as the (IBM) Eclipse IDE I especially like Aptana Studio and Easy Eclipse variants.

Aptana because of its video tutorials available at aptana.tv and Easy Eclipse because of its extensive range of pre-packaged add-ons, plug-ins & extensions :

DB

PHP

SCM & Version Control

Markup & XML

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Why Gnome chose Subversion SCM ?

Subversion is an SCM designed to be an easy replacement for CVS, while addressing some of its shortcomings.

Here are some reasons why Gnome chose Subversion as a replacement for CVS after nearly 10 years:

  • Directories, renames, and file meta-data are versioned
  • Commits are truly atomic
  • Branching and tagging are cheap (constant time) operations
  • Natively client/server, layered library design
  • Client/server protocol sends diffs in both directions
  • Costs are proportional to change size, not data size
  • Versioning of symbolic links
  • Efficient handling of binary files
  • Parseable output
  • Localized messages

If you have some spare time and would like to contribute to an open source project StatSVN needs your help |
Beta testers, bug reporters,  – all are welcome !

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CVS is out, Subversion is in

http://www.redhat.com/magazine/010aug05/features/subversion/

In case no one happened to tell, you, CVS is dead. Bereft of life, it rests in peace. Oh, sure, people still use it, and it is still included in most Linux distributions, including Fedora™ Core, but it is quite dead. It died after a long, drawn-out sickness after years of neglect. Sadly, it died of the incurable disease 'broken architecture.' Nothing could be done besides making its final days (well, years) as comfortable as possible. But now, finally, gone it is, and its replacement is a much younger, much healthier, much better architected, and much more capable version control system—Subversion.

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CollabNet purchased the SourceForge Enterprise Edition business

24 April 2007

CollabNet, Inc. the leading provider of collaborative software development solutions, and VA Software Corporation (Nasdaq: LNUX), today announced the execution and closing of an asset purchase transaction whereby CollabNet purchased the SourceForge Enterprise Edition business from VA Software in consideration for an equity ownership stake in CollabNet.

http://www.collab.net/news/press/2007/sfee.html

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