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Monthly Archives: July 2012

Checking out a file in Perforce using Xcode’s 4 behaviors

Perforce published a knowledge base article on how to use Xcode’s built in behaviors to check out a file: Automatically checking out files for edit in Xcode 4.3 This is nifty and similar to an article I saw posted on stackoverflow by user Mark Thalman. Update I actually have AppleScripts that will do some of […]

Vector drawing programs

Matt Inman made a video where he discussed how he does his illustrations for his website: www.theoatmeal.com. If you haven’t seen any of this stuff, I would recommend that you only do it while you are home because his site is a big productivity killer. Anyway, it got me very interested in doing illustrations again, […]

Code review time

Right now, I’m reviewing code I copied into my own code branch (p4) and I’m finding that I’m doing something I thought I’d never do. I’m actually lining up functions and parameters into columns. I have to admit, it’s much easier to read code this way then when code is all smushed together. Now, I […]

CPUID for MacOS

This is a little old, but I wanted to share the link any for those looking for CPUID on the MacOS; download-maccpuid/