Sharing your Windows XP Virtual Machine’s Internet connection with your Mac OS X host operating system using VMware Fusion

In some situations, like the odd one I now find myself in, the only way to get Internet connectivity is to use a solution that requires a fair bit of maneuvering. In my situation, I have temporarily obtained a Vodafone 3G mobile card. Unfortunately, the Vodafone Mobile Connect software for Mac OS X as of […]

HowTo: Use git for personal development when everyone else is using Subversion (part 2)

When we left off, you had just finished transforming a remote Subversion repository into a git repository and optimizing it to save you some space. Now that you have a git repository, what do you do? First things first. Once you have an idea of what work you want to do, you should give yourself […]

HowTo: Use git for personal development when everyone else is using Subversion (part 1)

Let’s just jump into it. Using Mac OS X, first make sure you have the git core installed as well as the git-svn components. Unlike other version control systems, git is not one monolithic program but a collection of smaller utilities, and the Subversion conduits are a subset of these utilities. The git-Subversion utilities themselves […]