Posted by Jeroen Pluimers on 2014/03/02
I had my userid jeroenp show on all my commits, issues and other activity on BitBucket, though in SourceTree, hg config, gitconfig, etc I had configured my full name.
The fix was simple:
In my case, the full name was all in the First name field, then BitBucket thinks you don’t have a real name.
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Posted by Jeroen Pluimers on 2014/02/20
When you get the below error when adding an HgGlow with SourceTree, then do one of these:
Short error message:
hg flow -y -f init
abort: No module named ConfigParser!
Full error message (the middle line is funny “flow: Flow was already initialized for workspace:”):
Ultimately, hgflow should fix yinwm / hgflow / issues / #8 – Failing on Windows Binary version, but they haven’t for almost 3 years now.
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Posted by Jeroen Pluimers on 2013/12/29
Thanks Uncle Bob Martin for posting this.
I’ve been trying (with increasing success: it takes time to get this all right) to practice XP (through various name changes) as much and wide as possible since almost 14 years, and only the last few years it is starting to be common practice for many more people.
take a moment to reflect back on 1999. A time when Kent Beck wrote a ground-breaking book. A book that changed everything. Look back and remember: Extreme Programming; and recognize it as the core of what we, today, simply think of as:
Good Software Practice.
via: Extreme Programming, a Reflection | 8th Light.
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