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Blog Archive for fabriziogiudici during August 2009

I've prepared a document that describes how to work with my projects and Mercurial. It is available here. While it is not meant as a replacement for Mercurial tutorials, it has been written also for Mercurial newbies. Comments welcome - also here (so I can see how comments work with the new Java.Net platform ;-).
So I'm taking the chance of this event for my first blog post with the new Java.Net infrastructure. It sounds as there have been issues yesterday, but I was on a cultural/gastronomic tour in Val d'Orcia and I only worked with my netbook for writing down some offline documentation - and today it sounds as most of the problems have been fixed. Well, I suppose I'll know that when I push...
I've just received a patch for jrawio from a user. Great stuff. But the user complained about the fact he could log in on my Jira (jrawio uses my own installation at Tidalwave), but he couldn't post comments or attach the patch. He's right in complaining, of course. Usually I pay a lot of care with the communication infrastructure for a project, and in the past there were no specific problems...
Well, it's not yet there indeed - but I should have done my homework and I've asked for that. If you use BBB and Maven, please vote for this issue.
After some experimenting and after moving all my projects to Mercurial repositories at Kenai, I've at last started regular working with it. Well, it's another world - I've already blogged a bit about some cool features of working with a Distributed SCM. Today I'd like to talk about "branch-per-feature". It's a mode of working in which you create a branch of your repository for every feature (bug...
Ahhh... at last I've moved to my "summer residence", as usual in the beloved Maremma Toscana. I've moved part of my lab with me and I can work as usual on my projects - even better, considering the relaxing environment (cicadas, singing birds, plenty of photographic subjects, delicious food). The only pitfall is the internet connection. Indeed, in the latest years the 3G connection proved to be...