Tweets by @JaroslavTulach'.
No comments about Mercurial so far. But I am sure some will appear soon.
I was about to dump Netbeans because the IDE would hang on me about ten times a day due to this fteaure . A simple commit or updating my code would require over a half hour of my time, numerous uses of xkill I was about to throw my laptop out the window, the only thing stoppinng me was the fact that it would have given too much satisfaction to my Mac biggoted co-workers. ;^)
--Kelabai 04:07, 21 October 2013 (CEST)
Thanks! I fixed the issue by applying the cifaogurntion above, but one day after, the error came back, and now netbeans closes by itself or have to xkill it. I am using netbeans 6.8 with Ubuntu 10.04.
--Mayumi 17:20, 21 October 2013 (CEST)
Thank you very much! This helped a lot. It was weird bcuseae it did something (downloaded some files from SVN) so one might thought that all the settings are correct.
--San 20:18, 21 October 2013 (CEST)
Make sure you aren't using any weird CSS floating, some broewsrs don't like that and render it incorrectly. When in doubt, set a containing div larger (vertically) than you need and include overflow:hidden; Also, remember that the tag has width for most broewsrs, so you need to suppress the margin and padding there as well
--Caribbean 04:32, 22 October 2013 (CEST)
Hiif you can answer this plsaee:1. do i have to install for each app the sdk (i create landing pages for customers)?2. do i have to install at all sdk if its simple landing page?3. the design i make is as HTML (index.htm), can the folder contain .php and .htm files?thanks for you great insights.avi
--Deros 04:49, 22 October 2013 (CEST)
Hi, Cedric.From my point of view I cannot say much about Mercurial beacsue I have never used it but from the video it sounds very similar to Darcs and this I know is 100 times better than Subversion, especially for distributed development. Subversion to me seems as a CVS without the bugs . It overcomes a lot of shortcomings of CVS but still has the same old philosophy that you have one large centralized repository and merging happens always in a linear fashion.The notion of change sets (or patches) as it is put forward by Darcs makes in my opinion much more sense in distributed development team. Everybody can apply everybody else's changes any time without having to worry about conflicts whatsoever. What else does one want?The only problem I see with Darcs is still the lack of good tooling, especially for Eclipse (there is a plugin but it's not too useful right now).Eric
--Moefti 05:08, 22 October 2013 (CEST)