If you by any chance would like to use the excellent python shell IPython as an embed shell on an application or virtual terminal, you can instantiate it using the IPShellEmbed class provided by IPython. Let’s say that your environment doesn’t like IPython default color scheme and you need to start it without colors (same… Read More How to embed an IPython shell in your application
Today is a national holiday in Brazil. Well, I do agree that we have way too many holidays 🙂 Anyway, I took the day to organize some stuff at home, and managing personal stuff, like e-mail and social networking. And, while I write this, I’m comfortably placed in my living room, watching Kill Bill vol.… Read More About holidays and life
Ever made that commit that messed up your repository and spent some time wondering how to undo, or revert a bad commit? In subversion you really can’t go back a revision, but you can merge your copy with the previous repository version and then commit the changes to correct your mistakes: svn merge -r [current_version]:[previous_version]… Read More subversion: How to revert a bad commit
Quilt Quilt is a patch manager. When you need to write/apply series of patches, this little tool can prove to be extremely handy. This document intends to be a simple quilt usage tutorial Quilt basic workflow 1 – Go to your source directory (the software you want to modify) 2 – Create a directory named… Read More Quilt – patch management
So, it’s been almost 6 months since I’ve joined LTC. I was on a pretty confusing period of my life, and was struggling to get back to my normal self. Now, thanks to very special and kind people, I’m back, resolved most of my immediate problems and now with full power to make everything happen!… Read More Back from vacation!