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Procrastinator, thy name is me....

(Note: I wrote this with the intention of posting it on Friday, but with all the hustle and bustle, I didn’t get it up until now) … 362 more words

Life

Import Git repo with history log into Subversion repo

Many thanks to http://eikke.com/importing-a-git-tree-into-a-subversion-repository/

When typing git svn init exclude /trunk at the end (I failed with this), because .git/config in the svn section defines the fetch path and appends the… 236 more words

Linux

Remember SVN password

Finally found the solution at http://stackoverflow.com/a/17330250/289404

After first successful authentication edit $HOME/.subversion/servers


store-passwords = yes
store-plaintext-passwords = yes

Than $HOME/.subversion/config


password-stores =

Delete old auth data: 24 more words

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Today is the Best Day

For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.”                              …

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Life

Losing Yourself

Today my father texts me all one word “INEEDYOU” sooo I call him and my step mom answers, Hi, she says… I cant find myself. I responded with, What do you mean? 68 more words

Living In The Eyes Of C.L.I. = Uncategorized

The Secret Sauce for Great CLI Applications

If you’re like me then you’ve spent plenty of time figuring out how to create CLI applications that have a ton of features.  The problem though is that the CLI application is only valid across a single platform and must be re-written in different languages and maintained in perpetuity.   217 more words

EMC {code}

How to secure bash command line history

Lately I have become of aware of an unsafe practice when maintaining and implementing Jboss EAP servers (or any servers really). The idea is that whatever commands that are executed as a particular user are persisted to the ~/.bash_history file. 690 more words