Today, I stumbled across wmctrl. It allows to move applications between desktops. Pretty cool. http://tomas.styblo.name/wmctrl/
Today, I’ve detected that there is a new release of clink.
Today, I stumbled across an interesting web page about the architecture of open source applications. The book introduces the architecture or basic concepts of popular open source applications.
SonarQube is a very powerful open source platform for managing code quality. Among others, you can collect code metrics, identify issues in our source code (i.e. display results from static code analysis) and visualize results from unit tests.
A very powerful feature of SonarQube is its extensibility. You can add plugins to our installation and adapt the platform according to your needs. It is also very nice that you develop our own plugins. Developing own plugins requires a bit of understanding how the platform works, but it is not very difficult.
My first attempt to write a plugin was a simple widget that allows to embed an iframe into the SonarQube dashboard. With this dashboard I’m in the position to display external data.
We’ve returned from holidays in the Pyrenees.
Where nice there. Check our gallery section.
I’m just looking for alternative consoles for windows.
Tmux looked nice. Unfortunately it is only available for Linux and Mac: http://www.richsoni.com/why-you-may-be-missing-out-if-you-dont-use-tmux/
Console might be an alternative to powershell: http://sourceforge.net/projects/console/
- Clone Repository: git clone URL
- Update remote repository: git pull
- List available Tags: git tag
- List available Branches: git branch
- Change branch: git checkout branchname
- Switch to tag: git checkout tags/tagname
- Add Files and Prepare for Commit: git add filename
- Git Book: http://git-scm.com/book/de
We wish you all a merry christmas and a happy new year.
Bettina and Marc
I recently discovered clink. It is some kind of extension to the traditional “cmd.exe” and provides bash feeling.
That means bash shortcuts like “Tab” or “Alt-.” work and IMHO significantly improve the usability of cmd.exe.