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August 27, 2009

…And the Kitchen Sink //

My trustworthy, now two-year-old “…And the Kitchen Sink” script for building a full-featured web development environment on the Mac is now ready for Snow Leopard and 64bits of awesomeness.

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November 9, 2008

Automated Subversion Project Setup //

A follow-up to the previous entry on setting up a complete Subversion server with svn+ssh access to greatly simplify the process of adding new projects to the repository by automating the entire process.

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October 29, 2008

Setting up a SVN+SSH Server on the Mac //

Follow along and learn how to set up a Subversion server and provide secure svn+ssh access to it.

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July 16, 2008

Updating the Webkit CSS TextMate Bundle //

Notes on recent changes to our Webkit CSS properties bundle for TextMate.

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June 27, 2008

Safari/Webkit CSS3 Snippets for TextMate //

A near-complete set of CSS3 language snippets for advanced features found in Webkit/Safari.

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December 11, 2007

Hidden Screen Sharing Features //

Leopard, despite having 300 new features being promoted has still managed to tuck away a few more interesting and useful tricks which are now slowly being uncovered. A couple such useful features revolve around what might be one of my…

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November 6, 2007

An Accesskey Tip for Safari in Leopard //

A quick note on accesskeys in Safari on Leopard and potential conflicts with Spaces.

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November 1, 2007

Get the MySQL Ruby Gem working on Leopard //

A quick walk through on compiling the Ruby MySQL gem in Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard.

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July 4, 2007

Adobe Flash Player Icon Replacement for CS3 //

Proper replacement icons for the standalone Flash Player software in Adobe’s Creative Suite CS3 package.

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April 2, 2007

RSS and Subversion for Mac OS X //

A walk-through on having Subversion generate a RSS or ATOM file of recently committed changes.

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