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    Afternooon.

    "A theory" eh :sexface:
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    (Original post by secretmessages)
    Afternooon.

    "A theory" eh :sexface:
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    I always use Knoppix when im going for usb nix installs
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    (Original post by spikeymike)
    echo "Hi secretmessages"
    Must do some work today :emo:. Use case diagrams. Weekends are cool but not when you have to work as well.
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    (Original post by secretmessages)
    Must do some work today :emo:. Use case diagrams. Weekends are cool but not when you have to work as well.
    I'm doing some work now, but have come to a slight stand still.

    *Looks up subversion/CVS*
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    (Original post by spikeymike)
    I'm doing some work now, but have come to a slight stand still.

    *Looks up subversion/CVS*
    :dontknow:

    I know about CSV though :ahee:
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    Anyone know what checking in/checking out of a file/repository(?) mean? Is it sort of like opening and saving the file?

    Or is it like at the airport, to enter a location/repository i.e. check in and to exit a location/repo to check out?
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    (Original post by spikeymike)
    Anyone know what checking in/checking out of a file/repository(?) mean? Is it sort of like opening and saving the file?
    I believe checking it out means making a lock on the file so nobody else can edit it at the same time. So yes, just like opening and saving.
    You check out to open.
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    One day I would like to become friends with the people of the tech society :flutter:
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    Guise, I found a "Should I buy an iPad" flowchart :awesome:
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    (Original post by secretmessages)
    Guise, I found a "Should I buy an iPad" flowchart :awesome:
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    Checkout basically means you pull a copy of the file from the repository to your machine, check-in is when you upload a new version to the repository. Usually (and I'm using SVN as an example here), there's no locking involved in this procedure, though if you check in a file that's been updated since you last checked it out, you'll get a conflict that will need to be resolved.
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    (Original post by secretmessages)
    Guise, I found a "Should I buy an iPad" flowchart :awesome:
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    Very nice, although I dont think that is specific to just the iPad but to apple in general :dontknow:
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    (Original post by Dez)
    Checkout basically means you pull a copy of the file from the repository to your machine, check-in is when you upload a new version to the repository. Usually (and I'm using SVN as an example here), there's no locking involved in this procedure, though if you check in a file that's been updated since you last checked it out, you'll get a conflict that will need to be resolved.
    I see :holmes:. Makes sense.
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    (Original post by secretmessages)
    Guise, I found a "Should I buy an iPad" flowchart :awesome:
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    :mmm:

    I can see a lot of thought has gone into that flowchart. :yes:
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    Just spent the last 10minutes figuring why my changelog wasn't appearing. :facepalm2:

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    Forgot to change directory names. :lol:
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    Is there a way to output the pwd on the same line as the echo?

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    (Original post by spikeymike)
    Just spent the last 10minutes figuring why my changelog wasn't appearing. :facepalm2:

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    Forgot to change directory names. :lol:
    :hahaha:

    I should be working :emo:. Going to the pub later instead :awesome:. Graph-drawing at 1am on a Sunday morning :yy:.
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    You guys are cool.

    Unlike my processor, which is running at an uncomfortable 58 degrees when using Internet Explorer.

    It's an i7, not overclocked, used good thermal paste and invested in a decent cooling unit.

    HALP U GUYZ.
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    (Original post by Hippysnake)
    You guys are cool.

    Unlike my processor, which is running at an uncomfortable 58 degrees when using Internet Explorer.

    It's an i7, not overclocked, used good thermal paste and invested in a decent cooling unit.

    HALP U GUYZ.
    - Cooling unit not secured properly?
    - Not enough thermal paste? what did you get?
    - Dusty fans?
    - Poor case air flow? Front fan should intake, rear fan should exhaust.
 
 
 
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