Tag Archives: webdev

upgrading to php 5.3 via macports

so i noticed macports already has php 5.3 only a week after its release. so why not give it a try. well here’s what happened …. Zend Debugger requires Zend Engine API version 220060519. The Zend Engine API version 220090626 which is installed, is newer. Contact Zend Technologies at http://www.zend.com/ for a later version of […]

git + svn

git and svn make a pretty cool combo. its probably best to start with svn and then create a git to track it , but sometimes its more natural the other way around. suppose you start a small local project and want to track revs, git is perfect for this as there almost no setup […]

git gotchas, migrating from svn

so i’ve been playing around with git lately as a replacement for subversion (svn) since the 1.5 merge tracking isn’t all that great anyway and most package managers are frozen at 1.4 for a while. basically i’m too lazy to upgrade fedora box with svn/trac by hand, plus official packages are easier to maintain IMHO. […]

LAMP (leopard, apache, mysql, php)

## Introduction instructions for setting up dynamic web server and services on mac os x (10.5, should be similar for 10.4) ## semi-quick semi-easy totally sweet setup (a wee bit of compile time, but its worth it … smoke em if you got em boys) 1. download and install macports from macports.org 1. make sure […]

local log files

i’m sure the ops / sysadmins can tell you more about this than i can but here’s what i’ve found out through trial and error. i recently noticed my local logfiles growing out of control, if you have been here for a while on the same box like me you might see something similar. here’s […]