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Going from local to remote version control… in under 5 minutes

Continuing on my previous post on how to set up a Mercurial repository locally in under 5 minutes: what if you now want to push your changes to a remote repository? You might want to collaborate, or maybe you just want the backup. Or you want to develop across multiple machines. This is done very […]

Setting up local version control in under 5 minutes

So you want to make a quick-and-dirty application to test something? And you start and hack away? And it starts looking fairly good? And suddenly it stops working? Here’s a pro-tip: CTRL-Z. For the more down-to-earth devs: use a source control system. I find myself using it more and more, even for mini-projects: from small […]

AppHarbor, Mercurial (or Git), awesomeness

I just go my AppHarbor build to work, and can definitely recommend it if you have a project of your own. It’s a builder server and hosting in one. I switched to Mercurial for this, but it will work with Git also. I just wanted to be able to tell the girls in the club […]