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bio website adam.brandizzi.com.br
location Brasilia, Brazil
age 29
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I am Brazilian software developer with experience in Java, Python and C and interested in a lot of other languages and technologies (such as Linux, Mac OS X etc.). I am also interested in English and German languages and literature. And I am apparently the last person to prefer CherryPy to any other Web framework.


Feb
5
comment Why do we need years in a software license?
So, why do so many people and corporations bother themselves updating the end date in a lot of files?
Jun
30
comment Why is Mercurial considered to be easier than Git?
FYI, one can get a considerable subset of the staging area using the record extension. OTOH, I think the shelve extension (modelled after the "shelve" command from Baazar, and close to "git stash") serves much better most of the purposes of using the staging area.
Mar
31
revised Forking an open source project: should one create a new changelog file? Should restart version number?
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asked Forking an open source project: should one create a new changelog file? Should restart version number?
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accepted A decent git branching model for products that should accompany the version of another, third-party product (and pros and cons of one proposal)
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Feb
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comment A decent git branching model for products that should accompany the version of another, third-party product (and pros and cons of one proposal)
@KarlBielefeldt It is rare, actually. A bug in one version of the portal is most of the time meaningless in another version, and is repaired during migration nonetheless. The previous version is not patched at the same time, except if the client asks for it. A client-customized plugin could in theory receive the new feature/bugfix but I have never seen this, even because client branches are a rare last resort: we try to generalize the plugin instead of customizing it in a client-specific way. So my experience is that it is unusual to get modifications from one branch to another.
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asked A decent git branching model for products that should accompany the version of another, third-party product (and pros and cons of one proposal)
Dec
22
comment Deprecation considered harmful?
Sorry for the offtopic, but I can't resist: what were those >?= and <?= operators?
Dec
22
answered What are the disadvantages of automated testing?