Love this simple and well illustrated guide to some github basics: http://rogerdudler.github.io/git-guide/
I wrote this plugin for Sublime Text to help on a project where I am localizing a lot of text.
I found I was copy and pasting the same i18n methods over and over so I decided that there must be a relatively easy way to automate this using a plugin.
Now I select some text, press my key shortcut and the text gets replaced with the appropriate i18n method.
I made the move from Coda to Sublime Text this week.
After only a week, I really, really like Sublime Text – it’s fast, pretty and customizable with a wide range of plugins available via the Package Manager.
I came across an old Coda plugin that I did some work on years ago that is now available on Sublime Text; the plugin helps to tidy and format your code to meet WordPress coding standards.
The plugin is available here – https://github.com/welovewordpress/SublimePhpTidy
It is pretty cool to see something you did a few years ago being picked up by someone else, improved upon and ported to a new editor that you happen to move to :).
This is a fairly common case I think. You have a table that has a datetime field that gets updated when a row is updated – you need to determine if a row has been updated recently.
Every few days, I had an issue where my startup disk was full and emptying the trash just wasn’t doing enough.
I found the following command online that searches a file system for files over 500MB and prints the file path. It identified files I had totally forgotten about as well as some huge files generated by apps I no longer used.
sudo find / -size +500000 -print
I then used the rm command to delete files. When deleting entire directories I used the recursive flag (be careful!)
rm -rf <directory path>
Kudos to davidcraddock.net