Wouter Coekaerts

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Software Engineer at Square.

Java puzzler.


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comment IRSSI /list Considered Harmful
I wouldn't call it anyone's "fault". It's not really wrong (given that almost everything in irssi is just text dumped in windows). It may just not be what the user expects...
Jul
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revised IRSSI /list Considered Harmful
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Jul
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answered IRSSI /list Considered Harmful
Jun
28
comment Chrome: Saved username/password filled in incognito mode
They are stored in (roughly) the same place as cookies: your browser. The part of Chrome's incognito message you emphasize is irrelevant here: (just like disabling cookies) this is about the behaviour of your browser; not other people, not servers. Edited the question to clarify.
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revised Chrome: Saved username/password filled in incognito mode
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asked Chrome: Saved username/password filled in incognito mode
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awarded  Editor
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revised svn diff including annotate/blame-alike information of when changes were made by who
edited title
Jun
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comment svn diff including annotate/blame-alike information of when changes were made by who
That would fall into the same category as the "a shell script combining the output of svn diff and svn annotate" I mentioned, and has the same problem: For lines that were removed, it shows you who originally added the line, not who removed it.
Dec
11
comment svn diff including annotate/blame-alike information of when changes were made by who
As I already said in the description, it's not just a matter of matching up the output of a diff and and an annotate. It looks like it's a matter of merging a series of patches into one, while keeping track of which change came from which diff (and the committer of that diff). That is definitely not an easy task. Sorry, but claiming it's easy is not really an answer to the question of how to do it.
Dec
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comment svn diff including annotate/blame-alike information of when changes were made by who
I didn't specify a particular SVN client because it doesn't matter: I'd be happy to (just when I need this feature) use any other client.
Nov
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answered irssi in screen reconnecting to servers when ssh connection lost
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