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Pirates of the Amazon Firefox Add-on -
"The Firefox add-on "Pirates of the Amazon" inserts a "download 4 free" button on Amazon, which links to corresponding Piratebay BitTorrents. The add-on lowers the technical barrier to enable anyone to choose between "add to shopping cart" or "download 4 free". Are you a pirate?" Almost certainly not the first example; perhaps one of the best realised.
piracy  online  greasemonkey  plugin  torrent  free  subversion 
december 2008 by infovore
Hosted subversion and continuous integration specifically for Rails development. Looks interesting; reasonably competitive pricing.
rails  rubyonrails  subversion  hosting  testing  continuousintegration 
january 2008 by infovore
Bill de hÓra: Subversion tips: working with branches
Many developers have learned to dread branches, either becasue of poor practices or weak tools, or both. With that here are twelve tips for working with branches in Subversion.
subversion  svn  programming  branching  development  tips 
july 2007 by infovore
Jon Rowett’s Workblog » The right way to think about source control
If you are doing scheduled builds or continuous integration, and those builds are visible to your client or boss or whoever, this should be painfully obvious, but even if you aren’t: the current version in source control is the current version, full sto
svn  subversion  versioncontrol  development  programming  software 
may 2007 by infovore
Hivelogic: Articles: Preventing SVN Exposure
I'll need this some day in the next month or so, now I've got SVN up and working (hurrah!)
capistrano  rails  howto  reference  subversion 
may 2006 by infovore

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