I just bought a Roomba Discovery. I wanted to try this as I don’t vaccum often. Wow, I’m impressed!
I now start « roomby » every day or so and she gets about 1/2″ of dust in it’s bin each time. Maybe the two cats are related to the quantity, but at least someone is picking up that dust, instead of it rolling in « dust bunnies » in corners.
Continuer la lecture de Roomba is cleaning!
Now that I code my websites with Eclipse, and that I recently moved to svn to keep version control, it seemed logical tu use the subclipse plugin.
I got no problem installing the plugin, all went fine with the Help/Software Updates/Find and Install… method.
Where I got a few problems is with the Workspace/Project management.
I tend to save the workspace on a remote computer with RAID disks for security. But when I try to Checkout the files from the repository, the default location is over there, with the workplace. What I found is that the workplace of Eclipse is ment to be the place where you want the files to appear. This means that the workplace for my website developpement is now the htdocs folder of apache.
Now, when I checkout a folder from the repository, it is automatically created in the htdocs folder and the project is created as well. No messing around, no question to answer. The default values are ok.
Until recently, I was using PHP Designer to code my websites in PHP. There are a few things I was missing like autocompletion. So I decided to give PHPEcplise a try.
After a few hours of use, it seems to be conclusive. Eclipse is great and now I can code PHP with it!