Melbourne Meeting – December 2018
Monday 17th December.
Roger Plant gave an overview of Git, Git workflows and tools that work with Git.
Then Brian Watson gave a presentation on GitKraken, a graphical interface to Git.
Slides for Roger’s presentation can be downloaded here….… Continue reading ›
Melbourne Meeting – June 2017
Monday 19th June.
Glen Kleidon gave a presentation on Delphi Project Bundling – creating a repository of all source and unit files and any dependent components for a project, which is then easily installed to another workstation.… Continue reading ›
Melbourne Meeting – September 2012
AGM + Mercurial version control – Lachlan Gemmell
After the AGM Lachlan introduced us to Mercurial , a free distributed (i.e. no server required) version control system. Mercurial itself is a command line application but TortoiseHg, a shell extension, provides a user-friendly interface.… Continue reading ›
Sydney Meeting – July 2012
Delphi with jQuery Mobile – Paul Jervois
Managing Source Control with Github for Windows – Colin Johnsun
Git is a distributed version control system that is gaining increasing popularity amongst mainstream developers.… Continue reading ›
Melbourne Meeting – June 2010
Code Healer – Jim Duff
Jim demonstrated this product, which reports on issues with your source code – many of which are actually also reported by the IDE, but nevertheless there were some potentially useful extras.
Subversion Document Management System – Brian Watson
At the request of a client Brian has extended an electronic parts development tracking system to use subversion as repository for successive revisions of all documents and bills of assembly.… Continue reading ›
Sydney Meeting – June 2010
Distributed Version Control with Git – Colin Johnsun
In continuing on the topic distributed version control systems. This month’s meeting we’ll be looking at Git. First introduced into the world of Linux but over the last few years we have seen better integration into Windows.… Continue reading ›
Sydney Meeting – May 2010
Distributed version control with Mercurial – Lachlan Gemmell
In the past few years distributed version control systems have been gathering a lot of attention. The two best known are the open source systems, GIT and Mercurial. This month we’ll take a look at Mercurial and see
what advantages it has over centralised version controls systems,
how you can be up and running with it in about 60 seconds,
how it can be invaluable even for a solo developer,
super easy branching and merging,
great support for renamed files,
automating it into a build procedure,
running with or without a server.… Continue reading ›