At work we have a legacy system written in Visual FoxPRO. Everything in foxpro is a table, even forms, so basically if you open a form file with a text editor you don't learn much. Does anyone know ...
I have written a small Java Swing desktop application. It seems like a natural step to port it to Android since I am interested in learning how to program for that platform. I believe that I can reuse ...
Are there revision repositories which implement commenting on revisions other than a fixed single commit message?
Sangdol asked: Why can’t I edit and SVN commit message? There are good reasons to maintain individual records ‘as is’ for historical purposes. However, there is an arguably objective hazard in not ...
I am looking for best practices that big organizations follow for code check-in and validations. Currently we follow these steps, - Developer writes code - Developer do some initial tests - Code is ...
Does anybody know how secure are my private repositories on bitbucket.org? Can I rely on that? I have some repositories and I only want them to be reachable only by me and two others.
Is it OK if, within a team, developers use different flavors of SVN? Say one using Tortoise SVN and other using Versionsapp.com SVN?
I'm trying to figure out a way to analyze code longevity in open source projects: that is, how long a specific line of code is active and in use. My current thinking is that a line of code's lifespan ...
Just finished merging seven scripts into one, but got me thinking that I really don't have a formal logic for breaking scripts into pages, or why I'd merge them. Suggestions?
I've written few jQuery plugins (as well as some other stuff) and I publish all the code on my blog (http://erraticdev.blogspot.com). I update them as people tell me about any issues they came across ...
I have worked as a developer for over 10 years now. During that time I have had my own small projects where I have developed tools, applications and games. I have not found any robust solution to ...
Should developers be forced to check-in before leaving work each day, even if the code does not compile?
During a previous consulting position, the developers where told to check-in code on a nightly basis, regardless if it complied or was complete. Managers were afraid of losing any code and said now we ...