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Jul
19
comment How to recover the index after a git stash / git stash pop?
There's actually no solution to the problem I had, as far as I can tell. I had lost my hand-picked changes to the index when I did a git stash pop. My hope was that git still had the data somewhere (such as the data that is flushed with git-gc).
Jul
9
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How can I implement image Flip Animation in iphone app
Jul
9
reviewed Reject suggested edit on Is there a way to determine whether stdout is pointing to the console?
Jul
9
reviewed Approve suggested edit on PowerShell: how to count number of rows in csv file?
Jul
9
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Javascript tree-view programatically
Jul
9
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Added a pre commit hook to central repo (or something similar)
Jun
30
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Jun
27
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Twitter Bootstrap Responsive Carousel With Multiple Items
Jun
25
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What's the difference between list and tuples?
Jun
25
reviewed Edit suggested edit on How to pass total from one class to another class and display that total through toast message
Jun
25
revised How to pass total from one class to another class and display that total through toast message
Spellings and Grammer
Jun
25
reviewed Approve suggested edit on My project is successfully running on the apache tomcat version 6 but showing Json error while running on apache tomcat server v.6 using linux hosting
Jun
25
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Jun
25
reviewed Approve suggested edit on SIP library for iOS with non-GPL license
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25
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Mar
19
comment Error by installing of slime for the chicken scheme
Thanks, I was having the same problem. I changed CHICKEN_INCLUDE_PATH pointing it to the same path as CHICKEN_REPOSITORY and it worked!
Feb
22
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Jan
15
comment how do I install the stock centos repositories?
Instead of pasting into an editor like vi or vim, just use cat > filename and press ctrl-d after pasting. Also, vim has a mode designed for receiving data from the clipboard, which will disable auto formatting, etc. Just use ":set paste" before entering insert mode. But I still prefer the cat method, it's simpler.
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24
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