I wanted to do some code stats for a repository. This line checks out old revisions by date and shows code stats: git checkout `git rev-list -n 1 –before=”2012-03-01″ master` Then, I ran cloc to count lines of code: cloc . Its really easy to register the point in time as a git branch so [...]
At a project I work on, we needed PhantomJS to run from a Redhat Fedora 64 bit machine. Since phantomJs is just released this week, I needed to build it myself. I post this link to the binary in case it can benefit others. PhantomJs 1.7.0 built on Linux Redhat Fedora 64 bit [...]
In a current project I use a lot of Subversion (svn) from the command-line. Subversion recently has lost terrain to Git for several reasons. But actually, svn is capable of doing many of the things I love from Git. Here are some less known commands I find extremely helpful. Undo last commit svn merge [...]
Jim Webber on qCon New York Jun 20
Please help me choose the best photos I took during Jim Webbers talk at qCon New York. You can do me a favor and vote (max 3 votes per person). License: Creative commons (attribution).
As you may already know, I am in New York with my company, attending the QCon conference. Earler today I attended Matt Wynne’s presentation at QCon New York. It was one of the best presentations I have seen so far. Especially, since he began as his alter-ego, Darren Workshy. Darren Workshy, hater of behaviour-driven development. Darren [...]