Clickable stack traces with Netbeans

I’m clearly in a fickle mood this month, as I’ve changed my PHP editor again, this time to Netbeans (thanks to the tireless nagging of @JJJ)… so far, so good. I particularly love being able to jump to declarations quickly and easily.

One hurdle I overcame today, and I’d be interested to know if there’s a more Netbeans-y way of doing this, is getting my beloved Xdebug clickable stack traces (see my previous post to get these working with Textmate and Sublime Text). Continue reading Clickable stack traces with Netbeans

Clickable stack traces with PHP Xdebug and Sublime Text (other editors/IDEs are available)

Have a look at this. Ugly, isn’t it? But so so useful.

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Setting SVN:Ignore on the command line

One of the (only) things I miss in my move to the Mac is TortoiseSVN, a really nice Subversion client which integrates with the Windows shell giving you all the Subversion commands on a right click context menu. SCPlugin for OS X is coming along, and what they have is very nice, but they don’t have it all yet… still, good effort guys, thanks.

One function missing from SCPlugin, and from the Subversion bundle on Textmate, is the ability to easily set the SVN:Ignore property. Setting SVN:Ignore on a file or directory means that SVN will never bother you with trying to add or commit it. I’m always heading for the command line, then getting confused and failing to remember how to do the business… so for my benefit here it is (and embarassingly for my memory it’s actually quite easy):

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