Right before leaving from work, I made a quick phone call, and then when I got back to my desk a colony of water drops had commited suicide all over my laptop. It didn’t take long to realize that the leak was coming from the air conditioning in the ceiling, and it didn’t take much longer to realize that if I had left five minutes earlier my laptop would have been dead tomorrow morning.
So, yay for staying late at work.
“I hoped that God would shake my Etch-a-Sketch clean overnight.”
Sometimes someone nails something.
There are rumours all over google about an svnsync tool that allows you to sync an svn repository from another. Given that we pay our server bandwidth (private we, not company we), it would make more sense than a nightly full dump-and-rsync.
I couldn’t actually find the tool anywhere so I wanted to look in subversion’s repository. Except that it is *really* hard to find the URL to use for checking out code on the subversion site. Try it out now ! For the answer, look down and rotate your head 1080 degrees (Imperial, not US) to read.