Tag: git

  • Announcing printerd

    For the last few weeks I’ve been working on an experimental new print spooler called printerd. It was designed in collaboration with Richard Hughes and it aims to be a modern print spooler for Linux. It is a polkit-enabled D-Bus system service, written using the GLib object system. Although modelled on concepts from IPP (Internet […]

  • Generating ChangeLog files from commit logs

    I love git, but I also loved ChangeLog files and git is not so good at merging them. For a while I played around with gnulib‘s git-merge-changelog which made merges really easy. It worked fairly well, but now I’m bored of documenting my changes twice, both in the ChangeLog file and in the git commit […]

  • How I use git

    Back in May last year I switched over several projects from Subversion to Git. It’s a shame that git doesn’t have a better project name, something that says “version control system” rather than being a mild insult. That aside, though, what a relief it was to finally use something that is Not CVS. At the […]