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July 2006

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Set up a subversion server for LAN use in 10 minutes

  • Download the latest stable Subversion binaries for Windows from here
  • Unzip it to a directory of your choice.
  • Add the bin directory under the subversion installation to your PATH
  • Create a new subversion repository

c:\svnadmin create \path\to\svn_repository

  • Modify configuration file svnserve.conf under the conf directory of the subversion repository you just created  to allow write permission to repository
  • If needed, import existing projects into the newly created repository
  • Use the SVN Service Wrapper for Windows to set up svnserve as a windows service. This way whenever you restart your machine, your local subversion server will be started
  • Alternatively, start subversion server manually as:

c:\svnserve -r pathtosvn_repository -d

  • Done. You now can access the new subversion repository within your LAN. The URL for your subversion repository is:

svn://localhost/path/to/svn_repository or

svn://lan_ip_address/path/to/svn_repository

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Windows Command Lines Tricks and Tips

Here.

I picked up a few things from there.

  • Press F7 for a previous command list.
  • View all environment variables: SET
  • View only system variables that start with W: Set W
  • Find what process has opened what port: netstat -noa
  • Widen your command prompt: mode 120,100
  • View your TCP/IP settings: netsh interface ip show config
  • Weird looking colors: color 8f

Also, check this out if you need a better command prompt.

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Eclipse Tips From Hardcore Developer!

How come I have missed this one so long?

Things worth of trying are:

  • Working with different workspaces;
  • Using working sets;
  • Using larger font;
  • Using Fast view and in-place view to give all space to EDITOR;
  • Key bindings;

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