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Creating svn-patches from ‘git svn’-repositories

Since developing for gamekit using git svn (god bless you, git!) I always wondered why there is no way to create also svn-patches with git svn. I finally stumpled over a small script that can do the job. Actually it has a bug that prevents new files/directories to be valid for svn-patches that I fixed here:
https://gist.github.com/3551647

Thx for the people that provided that piece of code.

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Going Blender…

…since I use blender for a while (not that I’m very capabale in it) and being always on the bleeding edge by compiling the latest version daily, I made my first patch (request) today. :D
It is about using the navmesh-generator which automatically creates a navmesh using the selected objects.
That works quite good as long as you don’t use group-instances. So today I took me some time to get into it and somehow fix it. And actually I made it. Code is not very elegant, but that is a matter of time. I struggled over a bug that keeps crashing blender which I considered related to my code change,…actually they seem to be not related :D

So let’s see what happens. Would be an honor to contributed code to the best project of the world :D

(Beside gamekit, of course :D )

http://projects.blender.org/tracker/index.php?func=detail&aid=32295&group_id=9&atid=127

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Eclipse Juno: How to restore the tab-behaviour of 3.x

From the 4.x-versions on it seems the tab-behaviour concerning open files has been changed. They seem to be just been set randomly and not sorted by recent use as before. That is a real …. Just found out how to come back to the old behaviour.

Window > Preferences > Appearance: Switch to Classic

And start smiling again :D

Btw: Found in here: http://coderedd.net/r/programming/comments/voovs/eclipse_juno_42_released/

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Bookmarks (actually worth a post of its own)

Just found something very useful: Eclipse Bookmarks with which you can (how surprising :D) bookmark code and jump to this every time you want it.

Just go to the line you want to be bookmarked.

Edit > Add Bookmark

And to view all the bookmarks. Open the bookmark-view:

Window->Show View->Other... > General > Bookmarks

This one is integrated in Eclipse for a very long time, but I never saw it :D

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