The Code of No-Code

Sep 26 2013
Aug 12 2013

Using Dropbox and Git

Tagged with:  git dropbox

I use this all the time, but can never remember the steps:

cd ~/Dropbox/Git
git init --bare Project
cd ~/Development/Project
git init
git al
git i 'First commit'
git remote add dropbox ~/Dropbox/Git/Project
git p dropbox master

Edit 2014-08-13:

Jul 15 2013

Before upgrading you'll want to:

sudo rm -rf /opt/sublime


tar xf Sublime\ Text\ 2.0.1\ x64.tar.bz2
sudo mv Sublime\ Text\ 2 /opt/sublime

For an install you'll also need:

sudo ln -s /opt/sublime/sublime_text /usr/bin/subl
Apr 17 2013

I had to implement a placeholder for a search box today and discovered, once again, that IE8 & IE9 do not have good support for it. What follows is not a drop in solution, but you should be able to apply the concepts to your particular solution. The first step is

Mar 15 2013

I added a new section to my .gitconfig file today and realized that looking at it as a whole it's a bit overwhelming (40 commands). However, considering it's history it just a natural evolution from my first file and simple usage of git to now. I don't remember exactly what my first .gitconfig looked like, but I can guess. It pretty much only included the most basic day to day commands:

  ad = add
  br = branch
  ci = commit
  lg = log
  mr = merge
  co = checkout
  st = status