I like Zsh. It’s a powerful, efficient shell. It’s better than Bash by just about every metric (better performance, more features, better sh compatibility). I really have no idea why people keep using Bash. Anyway, I put together a little piece of zshrc to show my current status in right-hand prompt – a prompt that’s […]
I used to track WordPress updates, plugin updates and my own manual site changes using git. I wrote a whole post about it. Either fortunately or unfortunately WordPress launched their update framework which is so much easier than what I was doing. I’ve given up on my old technique and moved to using WordPress’ update […]
Update: I don’t do this anymore. I publish this blog through WordPress, for reasons I’ve outlined before. I run it with a custom theme and a bunch of plugins though, and I wanted a convenient way to keep my WordPress install up to date without having to reinstall everything all the time. I wanted source […]
There don’t seem to be any straight-forward documents on how to set up gitweb, the web interface to git repositories. Or at least I couldn’t find any. After failing to get it working a couple of times and then succeeding a couple of times in different ways here’s the recipe I came up with to get what you can see on http://git.ianloic.com/. What I have there is a bunch of git trees I’m following or working on. Perhaps not a bunch, but at least a few.