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cmder – Portable console emulator for Windows

Looks like there’s finally a decent replacement for the Windows command line tool! It’s called cmder and comes with Git (optionally) and a bunch of other great command line utilities such as curl, cat, ls, less and even ssh! I did run into a couple of issues with the console not responding and also couldn’t …

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Git mirrors of Subversion hosted BlitzMax modules

For a while now I’ve been keeping a Git mirror of bah.mod updated on GitHub. I’ve now moved this repository from my account to the BlitzMaxModules organization. Aside from bah.mod I’m now also mirroring rigz.mod and maxgui.mod. If there are any other Subversion hosted BlitzMax modules you want to see mirrored on GitHub let me …

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Configure Git on Windows to use KDiff3

Something I don’t do often and always forget is how to setup msysgit to use KDiff3 as its merge tool. To get it done edit your .gitconfig and add the following: [merge] tool = kdiff3 [mergetool “kdiff3”] path = C:/Program Files/KDiff3/kdiff3.exe keepBackup = false trustExitCode = false

How Git made my day with cloning, branching and submodules

So today at work I started working on a website that’s basically a clone of another one. The website to clone has a rather old code base but a fully working control panel with order processing, payment reminders, CRM and more. As the code base for the website itself was way too old I decided …

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