There is a lot of shareware and freeware (jEdit, Notepad++) to do complex search and replacement in files but none is supporting these kind of operations in zip files spread across many subdirectories. Luckily Oxygen Editor can
Use the Menu "Find" and select "Replace in Files" or use the shortcut CTRL+SHIFT+H
Oxygen can also create backup of every changed zip files, as xxxxxxx.zip.bak as shown in the picture above.
Even if the sample is quite small (600 responses), it still interesting going through these compiled data
Some time ago we ran a survey asking a few questions about the build process, specifically the tools that are used to do incremental builds and how much time those builds take. We had over 600 responses, so now it’s time to count the results.
This is the first time that we’ve published results on the incremental build process, so the information is more likely to serve as a guide than an authoritative information source.
Webpages as Graphs
What do the colors mean?
blue: for links (the A tag)
red: for tables (TABLE, TR and TD tags)
green: for the DIV tag
violet: for images (the IMG tag)
yellow: for forms (FORM, INPUT, TEXTAREA, SELECT and OPTION tags)
orange: for linebreaks and blockquotes (BR, P, and BLOCKQUOTE tags)
black: the HTML tag, the root node
gray: all other tags
Nothing new some of you will cry, as this java applet is available since 2007.. Yes but..
The main difference, is that I provide you the last bit of code to make it work on your own server, or locally in any php environment. The magic part that is difficult to get is the function that retrieve the html content of any page and pass it to the applet.
If you are using Subversion/CVS, you might have come across the issue where multiple developers working on a set of files are committing without any comments.
Subversion’s hook scripts provide a powerful way to associate actions with repository events. For example, the pre-commit hook allows you to check — and possibly abort — a transaction before it actually gets committed. I will provide you now two easy Unix bash scripts that avoid bad developer behaviors:
Atlassian just acquired GreenHopper, a popular JIRA plugin with over 800 customers.
GreenHopper is a JIRA plug-in that adds a broad collection of agile project management capabilities to JIRA, and extends JIRA as a powerful platform for agile development teams. GreenHopper simplifies the planning and organization of tasks, workflows and reporting for agile teams.
It introduce in JIRA
Card management: Visualise issues, tasks and user stories as graphical "cards", color-coded and dynamically editable.
Planning Board: Quickly create, assemble, sort and prioritize project tasks with drag-and-drop simplicity.
Task Board: Track progress through simple, graphical views of remaining tasks across projects and teams.
Chart Board: Customizable dashboard, dynamic burn down and burn up charts.
Learn all about GreenHopper at www.atlassian.com/greenhopper. Unfortunately it is not a free extension… ($700 to $1150 to add to JIRA)
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