Monthly Archives: July 2010

A github first

Like many github users, I often create forks for projects whenever I want to pull down their code, rather than cloning from the source directly.  This is pretty much the default way of working on github, as the site encourages … Continue reading 

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Mercurial workflows: mainline workflow

In the last post, we looked at a workflow very common in the Git sphere: utilizing local branches to create segregated workspaces for individual topic branches.  As far as I can tell, this seems to be the preferred day-to-day workflow … Continue reading 

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mvcConf slides and code posted

Yesterday, I gave a talk at the virtual ASP.NET MVC conference, mvcConf on “Putting your controllers on a diet.  You can find the slides and code at the Headspring Labs CodePlex site: Just clone the Hg repository, and you’ll … Continue reading 

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Mercurial workflows: local development work

The nice thing about distributed version control systems (DVCS) such as Git and Hg is that they both allow me to basically decide how my source control should fit with my short and long-term development workflows.  A while back, I … Continue reading 

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