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QuickLinks vom 3. Mai bis zum 25. Mai

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Meine pinboard.in-Links vom 3. Mai bis zum 25. Mai:

  • Sosumi - is a simple way to find your iPhone using your Mac.
  • NirCmd - is a small command-line utility that allows you to do some useful tasks without displaying any user interface.
  • GeoNamesTagger - is a Mac OS X docklet to easily update image EXIF, IPTC and XMP metadata with location specific information.
  • Oolite - is a space sim game, inspired by Elite, powered by Objective-C and OpenGL, and designed as a small game that is easy for users to pick up, modify and expand upon. Almost every aspect of the game can be changed by using simple, free graphics packages and text editors.
  • DTerm - provides a context-sensitive command line that makes it fast and easy to run commands on the files you're working with and then use the results of those commands.
  • Using p4merge with Git - Although it is correct that git doesn't come with a nice merge tool, it is quite happy to use any merge tool that you have on hand. And since Perforce's merge tool is available free, you can use p4merge with git.
  • Rubular - is a Ruby-based regular expression editor. It's a handy way to test regular expressions as you write them.
  • 5 Best Dropbox WordPress Plugins - Nice list, Dropbox Sync looks especially nice for a backup of all images.
  • Vagrant - is a tool for building and distributing virtualized development environments. By providing automated creation and provisioning of virtual machines using Oracle's VirtualBox, Vagrant provides the tools to create and configure lightweight, reproducible, and portable virtual environments.
  • Blueprint - is DevStructure's workhorse tool that looks inside popular package managers, finds changes you made to configuration files, and archives software you built from source to generate Puppet, Chef, or shell code. Everything blueprint sees is stored in Git to be diffed and pushed. It runs on Debian and RPM based distros with Python 2.6.

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