Tag Archives: Git

Commandline Source Fixes Foo

From time to time I need to cleanup source trees. Today I needed to do that again, here are some command liners to get some work done. If you’re on Windows, all you need to do to get these running … Continue reading

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pluginmirror.com – GitHub mirrors of every plugin in the WordPress.org plugin repository

Just a little follow up to Your Guide to Composer in WordPress as I was stumbling over while surfing (and equally short just for the log): Bryan Petty (tierra) was so kind to mirror the WordPress Source/Development branch on Github, … Continue reading

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Thoughts on a Websites’ Environment

I needed to put an older site under git version control and I wanted to be able to at least semi-automatically publish that site to the webserver. This is an old project for very good friends. Time to put it … Continue reading

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WI-12547 Paste multiple commands into Command Line Tools Console

PHPStorm: WI-12547 Paste multiple commands into Command Line Tools Console

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IDEA-64024 Git submodules should be supported

IDEA/PHPStorm: IDEA-64024 Git submodules should be supported

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PHP on Heroku, again

Setting up a PHP project for the Heroku platform is straight-forward if you know how. The information is a bit scattered, that’s why I write my own little post about it so I don’t have to remember this my own … Continue reading

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WI-10191 PHPStorm commits w/o asking first when sharing repository on Github

PHPStorm: WI-10191 PHPStorm commits w/o asking first when sharing repository on Github

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Revisiting Git, Github, and the wordpress.org plugin repository

Revisiting Git, Github, and the wordpress.org plugin repository

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Mjam! git cherry-pick

Each day you didn’t know about how to use git-cherry-pick is half a developer’s day. Kind of my feeling after this week has passed. It allows to take one commit from another branch and add it to the current branch. … Continue reading

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Let your SVN be GIT-ified

If you want to google up an SVN command and you type in GIT instead … you know you’ve made a switch. By #16525

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Fedora 14 PHP Development Setup from Scratch

I’m currently setting up a new Fedora 14 development box. For documentation purposes I’m writing down my way of setting it up and it’s probably worth for others. I was pretty confident with a Fedora 13 + Eclipse setup so … Continue reading

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Git for WordPress development

Linked: Nicolas Kuttler has a nice post about Using git for WordPress development which is a How-To with some additional comments. Basically about interoperability between git and the wordpress plugin repository which is SVN: https://plugins.svn.wordpress.org/. Read On: Revisiting Git, Github, … Continue reading

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FluentDOM now on Github

EOL for SVN in the FluentDOM project, it moved over to GIT and github: http://fluentdom.github.com/. The SVN repository is not updated any longer according to the website. FluentDOM is a very usable PHP library for DOMDocument traversion and manipulation. Next … Continue reading

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Git Rocks!

Period. I’m currently traveling around and be it in a train or airplane or just on a offline remote-site: Git, a decentralized version control system, is like a present I’ve never asked for. It does work de-centralized, which means you … Continue reading

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