Posts tagged with " subversion"

and what next?

Sunday, 01/06/2008 ≅01:08 ©brainycat

First, I need bugtracking software. I was originally trying to commit myself to making sure I had my codey notebookwith me at all times... but I've been doing it that way for years and it hasn't gotten me very far. I need an indexed system to track all the stuff I want to fix and help me stay focused on my roadmap. And if it has a timer, so I can see how much time I'm spending on certain projects or types of projects.

And I work with several ticketing systems, so I'm not at all intimidated by them. I looked at the Dreamhost wiki to see what other people are using... the packages were all familiar, but there aren't any that are auto-installed. Mantis of course strikes my fancy. Clean and lean but still robust and intuitive. Software written by people who depend on it is a beautiful thing. And I found some great instructions explaining exactly how to integrate mantis and subversion. Happiness ensues!

I'll actually be able to get some work done in a timely manner with a decent toolset. Now I just need to find more time in the day to do all the coding I want to do. And I need to figure out how to post faster. Sometimes it seems like such a hassle. Why won't they just integrate SEO into the core?

brainycat version 1.0 unleashed

Sunday, 01/06/2008 ≅00:29 ©brainycat

Version 1.0 of The Adventures of BrainyCat is now in production. Violating every rule of what blogs look like, it looks like what I like to see on my screen. I’ve added many features. Let’s see… post via email, post to bookmarking sites, rewrote the rendering inside the loop, new colorscheme. I could not have [...]

Subversion: art or science?

Sunday, 04/05/2008 ≅21:21 ©brainycat

I’ve been messing around with subversion lately. I can’t really say I’ve made great strides. I’ve been able to import the website into the repo. But I had a heck of a time trying to get files back out of it. It seems that if you import files, they aren’t automatically added as a local [...]