This is just a quick post to point to the solution. I had to do some C# work a week or so ago and then push everything to github. I already had an SSH key on my account but since that was generated under Ubuntu...A new one was needed for Windows.<!-- more -->
In Windows explorer, go to "C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc" Copy the file called "hosts" to your desktop ( or any editable location) Open the hosts file from the desktop and add the following to the end of the file:
The follow up to my previous post. The below is the php unit test class for the string class example I wrote.
In getting started with PHPUnit, I didn't have any code I felt like writing unit tests for. Mainly because I wanted to start with something very simple. I started writing some code, one thing lead to another and I ended with a simple class to represent a string. It only has a few methods but it was more than enough to provide me with quite a few test cases. The unit test for the class in another post I'm going to do soon. (
PHP Unit tests for string class is here)
Installing Xampp and adding/updating PHPUnit and PHPDocumenter and configuring Netbeans 7 to use them on Windows
That title is quite a mouthful isn't it? I usually do development on Ubuntu and only ever develop Windows specific programs on Windows using .NET but I've found the need to setup an environment to do some PHP/MySQL dev on windows (7). I'm running Windows 7 but the steps should work fine for XP and Vista too.
After upgrading my Ubuntu version to 11.04 I installed eclipse using the software centre. It turns out that only v3.5 of Eclipse is available (as the latest) from the software Centre. I wanted to update to 3.7 but I wanted to keep all the links set up by the software centre e.g On the new Ubuntu "Start Page" or the new toolbar, in addition I want to be able to use the software centre to uninstall eclipse if the need arises.<!-- more -->
I have been stumped for the last two days with my Ubuntu install. I naively upgraded to 11.04 without checking the Ubuntu release notes... Turns out their is a known bug affecting Ubuntu ARM installs.
Following on from my last post about how to create a keyspace with CQL, in this tutorial/post I'll create a Coloumn family. Unless this has changed recently CQL does not support creating supoer column families. As far as I know there are no plans to do so either...<!-- more -->