I work a lot with Symfony2's deps file for installing 3rd party bundles into my project (yeah I know, I should be using Composer, right?). This works really well when working with pure Git. However, when you're not using Git on it's own but instead use git-svn, you may run into some issues when issuing git svn dcommit, such as:
2d35d2c11c4cfdf66e09ca216b5f8896f8f04af5 doesn't exist in the repository at /usr/libexec/git-core/git-svn line 4817
Failed to read object 2d35d2c11c4cfdf66e09ca216b5f8896f8f04af5 at /usr/libexec/git-core/git-svn line 595
This appears to be due to the fact that there are git repositories inside the git repository, which git doesn't mind but Subversion does.
posted on April 3, 2012 - 4 comment(s) - tags: git, Symfony2, deps, filter-branch
As I've found out after starting my own company, training is a hot topic. On the one hand, everyone wants and needs training, but on the other hand, training seems to be really expensive. And while in-depth expert training has a good value (and I deliver those on a regular basis), I felt there should be a way for web developers to stay up-to-date on recent developments in a quick and not too expensive way. Talking with friend, old colleague and soon-to-be freelancer Joshua Thijssen I found someone who felt the same way. This is what lay at the root of a new training concept we have just launched: Techademy.
posted on November 29, 2011 - 4 comment(s) - tags: techademy, ingewikkeld, php, training, git, spl
I've been too busy for blogging. It's the worst excuse, I know, but I've been really busy with my company, moving houses, and various other activities. However, I've been wanting to share some interesting resources that I've been finding and mentioning in the Git training sessions I've been delivering in the past months. Resources that I think other people might find useful.
posted on November 24, 2011 - 4 comment(s) - tags: git, documentation, blogs, training, drupal, joomla
Another blogpost in my series about the tools I use. This one is about version control, and more specifically Git and the Github service.
posted on June 20, 2011 - 3 comment(s) - tags: tools, git, github, php, symfony
Some time ago I read about Git achievements, a little "game" around the usage of Git. Basically, it hijacks the git command on your commandline and registers what you are doing with Git. Certain actions (or amounts of actions) trigger the unlocking of an achievement.
posted on May 27, 2011 - 1 comment(s) - tags: git, game, fun