Morning Discussion

By Chris Faylor, Mar 27, 2009 7:00am PDT It's been a busy week, but it's almost over. Friday? I never thought I'd live to see the day!

Despite the non-stop barrage of news from Game Developers Conference, I took a few moments last night to actually sit down and play some games, chiefly UNO Rush (Xbox Live Arcade), Henry Hatsworth in the Puzzling Adventure (DS) and TrackMania DS.

I'll undoubtedly write more on them in the future, but all three are pretty snazzy offerings. UNO Rush takes a bit of getting used to, it's pretty much UNO on speed, but after playing for a bit, it's really hard to go back to the one-card-per-agonizingly-slow-turn original.

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  • Version control (on OSX)

    I've been looking at git (and Bazaar) and seems like overkill for what I want to do.

    I would like to save code on my local computer and when I upload the stuff to the server (commit?) I'd like the version I'm pushing up to be backed up locally and tagged. I'm a single developer and don't care about the collaboration and all the other advanced stuff.

    I thought about using a combination of Folder Actions and Transmit but I have a feeling I'm just not getting the whole version control thing. Am I not understanding git? Will it do something similar to this without me having to go to the command line for every file change?

  • Version control (on OSX)

    I've been looking at git (and Bazaar) and seems like overkill for what I want to do.

    I would like to save code on my local computer and when I upload the stuff to the server (commit?) I'd like the version I'm pushing up to be backed up locally and tagged. I'm a single developer and don't care about the collaboration and all the other advanced stuff.

    I thought about using a combination of Folder Actions and Transmit but I have a feeling I'm just not getting the whole version control thing. Am I not understanding git? Will it do something similar to this without me having to go to the command line for every file change?