[clug] Anyone want to give a talk for this week's PSIG meeting?

Brad Hards bradh at frogmouth.net
Wed Nov 7 09:16:41 GMT 2007

On Wednesday 07 November 2007 13:19, Paul Wayper wrote:
> Hi all,
> My apologies on this one.  I haven't given Jeremy enough time to get a
> good talk ready for this month.  Instead, I'm going to be visiting a
> topic that occurred to me a while back: how to get the most out of your
> editor.  I've got several tricks that I use in GEdit, and Matt is a
> veritable vi whiz from what I've seen; but we'll be going around the
> table asking everyone for what they use to make their editing life
> easier.  Even if it's just a particular key combination that you've got
> used to, there's always More Than One Way To Do It, and while it may
> seem obvious (or even stupid) to you it may make someone else's coding
> life a lot more fun.
I'm also interested in hearing about how people use their (decentralised) 
version control system.

How many trees? When do we branch? Why is git so confusing...

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