After HP bought Palm and promised to ‘double down’ on webOS usage across HP products from printers to PCs, it really went no-where after it’s too expensive TouchPad failed to sell.
LG announced this morning that it is buying all webOS assets from HP, with plans to use the OS in it’s new TVs. Interesting move, and looks like webOS may have another chance yet.
I probably have far too many hobbies 🙂 I’ve always been interested in radio communications, and I’ve decided recently I’m going to take the plunge and get my Technician ham radio license. I was just watching a past episode of Ham Radio Now where they went and toured Leo Laporte’s TWiT studios in Petaluma, and wow, holy cow, I had no idea how much was actually involved behind the scenes at the TWiT studios, my jaw was on the floor.
This is a fantastic behind the scenes look at what’s involved in producing the TWiT shows, well worth a watch (check out part 2) if you’re familiar with Leo’s shows or are just interested in what’s involved to produce an online video podcast based show: http://arvideonews.com/hrn/HRN_Episode_0032.html
I knew a few of these but what I was looking for was the C key on boot to boot from an external drive:
My normal git usage pattern is:
git add .
git commit -m "commit message"
and then when needed:
git push remotename master
The trouble with ‘git add .’ is that is doesn’t stage any deleted files for committing. You can see this if you do a ‘git status’ and you’ll see it list deleted files, but listed as not staged:
# On branch master
# Changes not staged for commit:
# (use "git add/rm " to update what will be committed)
# deleted: ...
You’ll notice the comment mentions to use ‘git rm’ to delete files from the repo, but if you’ve deleted files locally, you can either do a ‘git rm filename’ for each of the locally deleted files, or more simply, do this to pick up all changed files for staging, including deletes:
git add -A