Monthly Archives: November 2014

svn for git-addicted or git-svn gotchas and WTFs – Part 3

Part 2 Hi folks Cherry-picks One of the first things I needed to do with my repository is to do cherry-picks from dev into prod branch. Let’s say we want to cherry-pick commit with revision r1234 from dev branch In … Continue reading

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svn for git-addicted or git-svn gotchas and WTFs – Part 2

Part 1 Hi folks. Let’s continue our git-svn adventures. In the previous blogpost we’ve managed to fetch the whole svn repo. Let’s discuss some pitfalls. Local branches this will create a local branch and keeps track of svn version of … Continue reading

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svn for git-addicted or git-svn gotchas and WTFs

Hi folks I’d like to talk about svn, git-svn, SubGit and SmartGit. I joined a new company and they are using svn. It is a choice of client, so we cannot change it easily. I am a Tech Lead so … Continue reading

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Coding Standards document

Hi folks. As a team lead I had to prepare a Coding Standards document. I tried to find a template, but everything I found are very verbose and from my experience people rarely read such documents carefully. So I’ve decided … Continue reading

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My NUnit pull request accepted

Hi folks I am pleased to notify you that my pull request just had been merged into NUnit project https://github.com/nunit/nunit/commit/196c48f7e4de0dc70f3b9a3416de2a48c987b293 Moreover, NUnit’s source code now contains a link to this blog https://github.com/nunit/nunit/blob/master/src/NUnitFramework/framework/Internal/Results/TestResult.cs#L535 I am a part of history now 🙂

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