Source-controlling your dotfiles has been all the rage. Github, unfortunately, dumps your username and token into your global
Luckily one of Git’s newest features as of 1.7.10 is an include directive for config files (commit). If you don’t have this version already
brew update && brew upgrade git should get you there.
I wasn’t able to find a clear reference on how to start a package from scratch. After scouring the npm docs, blog articles and some popular npm packages I was able to come up with a basic formula for creating a new npm package.
Wahoo! You got your acceptance email for the MintChip challenge and now you want to access remote.mintchipchallenge.com. Screw waiting for the physical MintChip, you want to muck around with it now. Hit up the instructions page however, and you will find it notably lacking in instructions on how to use it with OSX. Doh.
Ever since I started programming Scala in the Play! framework I’ve been absolutely floored by the lack of an interactive console in play! and play-scala.
Up until a week or two ago I’ve been programming heavily in Cocoa on the Mac version of our uploader, but since we launched Gush publicly last week I’ve been neck-deep in play! work. Things got rough, the framework started fighting back, and I was immediately reminded how much I love using a console. So I went digging (again), and the state of things was so dismal that I thought it warranted a blog post (and restarting my entire blog).