Archive for 2015
- Using the rubocop ruby code and style analyzer
If you're developing code that you expect others to read and work with then it is very important to pick a consistent style, and having a style-checker can make enforcing your choice much less painful. Here we'll take a look at the rubocop analyzer for Ruby.
- Easily working with multiple repositories (git, hg, etc)
There are situations where it is ueful to checkout multiple repositories, which might use different revision control systems, and operate upon them as a group. This is what the mr tool was designed for.