Multiplatform desktop SVN

Categories: Programming Utilities
On Linux a nice small but highly effective tool I use to work with SVN is RapidSVN. The program is pretty small but highly effective for commit, checkout, merge, and log info. RapidSVN works on Windows, Linux and MacOS X. From their site, the list of features include: Simple -easy to use for SVN features; Efficient – simple for beginners but flexible enough for those experienced with Subversion; Portable – runs on several platforms on which wxWidgets can run (Linux, Windows, Mac OS/X, Solaris, etc).

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Coding on Windows – Notepad ++

Categories: Programming
Notepad++ is a code editor software that can also replace your MS Windows Notepad. From the research I’ve done, it is one of the most used software for programmers working on a Windows machine. The list of features it has is pretty impressive, such as: syntax highlighting for C, C++, PHP, CSS, Java, HTML, XML, Javascript, Python, Perl, Ruby, and several other languages; auto-completion; a plug-in structure with several plug-ins for you to choose from; macro recording and playback; and the list goes on… You can run Notepad ++ also from your USB drive through Portable Apps.

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Coding in Linux – Bluefish Editor

Categories: Programming
I’m starting my baby steps into web coding, really starting out with the basics of the basics. But, I didn’t want to start with a WYSIWYG editor, those are too simple and will not teach much of coding per se. So, I went searching for a nice editor for my Linux box and found Bluefish Editor. From their site, “Bluefish is a powerful editor targeted towards programmers and webdesigners, with many options to write websites, scripts and programming code.

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