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Archive for December 4th, 2019

Ingo Philipp on Twitter: “Top ten songs for #testers and #developers at #StarWest. I suggest “I see fire” (Ed Sheeran).… “

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/12/04

[WayBack] Ingo Philipp on Twitter: “Top ten songs for #testers and #developers at #StarWest. I suggest “I see fire” (Ed Sheeran).… “

Top 10 songs for testers Top songs for developers
  1. Tragedy
  2. I don’t want to miss a thing
  3. Here we go again
  4. All by myself
  5. That don’t impress me much
  6. One way or another
  7. I heard it through the grapevine
  8. I’m still waiting
  9. Another one bites the dust
  10. I still haven’t found what I’m looking for
  1. I did it my way
  2. Under pressure
  3. It’s now or never
  4. Rebel rebel
  5. Killing me softly
  6. Unbreakable
  7. In a little world of our own
  8. One more night
  9. I should be so lucky
  10. Oops I did it again

Via [WayBack] Top ten songs for #testers and #developers at #StarWest. I suggest “I see fire” (Ed Sheeran). – Kristian Köhntopp – Google+

–jeroen

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Since RAD Studio 10.2.2 introduced IDE theming, are there any guides…

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/12/04

Reminder to self to check if documentation became available: [WayBack] Since RAD Studio 10.2.2 introduced IDE theming, are there any guides on supporting IDE theming for third-party plugins? (Light/Dark/Custom VCL Styles) – Baoquan Zuo – Google+

–jeroen

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Hopefully one day there will be `git submodule remove`

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/12/04

I like that you can add git repositories inside eachother using git submodule add but when it’s time to say goodbye to a submodule you need some convoluted statements. So I really wish one day there will be git submodule remove.

Until then, these links will help you to get rid of a git submodule:

TL;DR you have to manually edit the below files:

  • .gitmodules
  • .git/config

Then you need to:

  • (recursively) remove the subdirectory containing the submodule in the repository
  • sometimes (recursively) the subdirectory containing the submodule in .git/modules

–jeroen

Posted in Development, DVCS - Distributed Version Control, git, Source Code Management | Leave a Comment »

 
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