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Howto use Git and svn together | Flavio Castelli
Updated git-svn howto | Flavio Castelli says: November 23rd, 2007 at 3:49 pm. [...] there’s a “cleaner” solution, if you’re interested read the last part of ...
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Regexp with boost | Flavio Castelli
How can you add regular expressions to C++? Here you're three small examples. Pattern matching In this example you'll find how you can match a regexp in a.
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Regexp with boost | Flavio Castelli
Pattern matching In this example you'll find how you can match a regexp in a. ... #include <boost/regex.hpp> #include <string> int main() { boost::regex ...
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Howto use Git and svn together | Flavio Castelli
Small howto that describes how to work on a project versioned with subversion using git.
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How to have some fun with Strigi and Xesam queries | Flavio Castelli
Last day just after I hit the submit button a doubt came into my mind: did I say everything ? Well, the answer is No! In fact I forgot to tell you one.
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Can dreams became true? | Flavio Castelli
Jul 16, 2008 ... che dire… ti auguro buona fortuna per questa nuova avventura lavorativa! ... Web badges. ohloh profile for Flavio Castelli ...
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Howto use Git and svn together | Flavio Castelli
Small howto that describes how to work on a project versioned with subversion using git.
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Howto use Git and svn together | Flavio Castelli
Small howto that describes how to work on a project versioned with subversion using git.
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Howto use Git and svn together | Flavio Castelli
Small howto that describes how to work on a project versioned with subversion using git.
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iBook mouse emulation | Flavio Castelli
In this really small guide you'll discover howto enable mouse button emulation on a iBook G4 running linux Target: I just wanted to enable mouse button.
 
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