Tag Archives: SVN

Unofficial mirror of the WebKit SVN repository


via WebKit/webkit · GitHub.

Unofficial mirror of the WebKit SVN repository

Jabylon: Computer aided translation tool for java


via jutzig/jabylon · GitHub.

Jabylon is an extensible web based translation tool that helps managing and translating java property files to different locales. The built-in team support for (currently) Git, SVN and CVS allows Jabylon to check out projects, update them regulary and commit the translations back into the team repository.

Please check out our website for details or have a look at the live demo with some imported sample projects to try it out.

Maybe sometimes better than copy-paste.


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Peru is a tool for including other people’s code in your projects. It’s a lot like git submodules, except that peru stays out of the way of your other tools. You write a peru.yaml file and then call peru sync when you need code, either by hand or in your build scripts. Your projects can live in git, hg, svn, tarballs, whatever. And your dependencies can too.

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Migrating from a Subversion repository to GitHub


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One of greatest attractions of GitHub is the community and the tooling that allows this community to share code. Each contributor can clone the repository, make their changes and then send you apull request. As the project maintainer your job is now a whole lot easier and more manageable. No more patch files to worry about.

Follow the recipe bellow to move your SVN repo to Git.
Best of all, you get to keep the entire commit history of your project.

Building GlassFish from Source


Building GlassFish from Source

    This blog will look at building Glassfish 4.0.1 from source and configuring NetBeans 8.0 to then use, modify, and debug it. While GlassFish can be downloaded ready for use, even coming bundled with NetBeans, there will be some among us who need (or just want) to build it from scratch. This build was conducted using a 64bit Linux Distro, JDK 1.7.0_55, Maven 3.2.1, and SVN 1.8.8.

Backend Developer Opening.


Role : Backend Developer
Location: Beaverton, OR

Note: Interested candidates can send me their updated resume at kdinesh@prokarma.com or you can also reach me at (402) 905 9212. Please share or like this post.

Minimum 5 years building and delivering enterprise class J2EE applications
Fluency with Java required
Experience creating RESTful APIs
Spring Framework experience required
Strong database skills (Oracle, MySQL)
Experience deploying and configuring cloud based applications (AWS, etc)
Familiarity with release management best practices, and SVN/Git
Ability to express software designs both verbally and diagrammatically
Experience leading all aspects of a technical project
Four year Computer Science degree or equivalent experience

J2EE Tech Lead Opening.


Role      : J2EE Tech Lead
Location: Beaverton, OR

Note: Interested candidates can send me their updated resume at kdinesh@prokarma.com or you can also reach me at (402) 905 9212. Please share or like this post.

Key Call Outs/Requirements:

  • Minimum 5 years building and delivering enterprise class J2EE applications
  • Fluency with Java required
  • Fluency with Javascript required
  • Strong database query skills (Oracle, MySQL)
  • Experience deploying and configuring cloud based applications (AWS, etc.)
  • Experience configuring Apache web servers (rewrite rules, htaccess, etc)
  • SVN and Git experience required
  • Familiarity with TeamSite and/or TeamCity preferred
  • Familiarity with release management best practices
  • C/Objective-C experience a plus
  • Ability to express software designs both verbally and diagrammatically
  • Experience leading all aspects of a technical project
  • Four year Computer Science degree or equivalent experience