Could someone make a mongrel handler that emulates mod_svn already? I’m done installing Apache just so that I can serve subversion.
Kind of impressive but uncool. If I’m switching to linux, I want a good original design.
There was a bit of a downtime for this site because my MySQL binary logs and lighty logs had temporarily filled up my 10G slice. That’s fixed now but I haven’t found a permanent solution (this has happened before). I suppose I should whip up a cron job that runs every week to do some housekeeping.
Also while I was at it, I upgraded to the latest version of WordPress. This was the easiest upgrade ever. I got a notification from the WP console that a new version is available and I used svn to switch to that tag:
vysnu@slicey ~/public $ svn sw ↵ http://svn.automattic.com/wordpress/tags/2.3.1/ U wp-login.php U wp-includes/default-filters.php U wp-includes/bookmark.php U wp-includes/query.php A wp-includes/wlwmanifest.xml U wp-includes/formatting.php U wp-includes/taxonomy.php A wp-includes/images/wlw A wp-includes/images/wlw/WpComments.png A wp-includes/images/wlw/wp-icon.png A wp-includes/images/wlw/WpIcon.png A wp-includes/images/wlw/wp-watermark.png A wp-includes/images/wlw/WpWatermark.png A wp-includes/images/wlw/wp-comments.png U wp-includes/post.php U wp-includes/version.php U wp-includes/general-template.php U wp-includes/canonical.php U wp-includes/pluggable.php U wp-includes/widgets.php U wp-includes/functions.php U wp-includes/script-loader.php U wp-mail.php U wp-admin/includes/template.php U wp-admin/includes/upload.php U wp-admin/includes/upgrade.php U wp-admin/edit-post-rows.php U wp-admin/import/wp-cat2tag.php U wp-admin/import/utw.php U wp-admin/import/mt.php U wp-admin/link-import.php U wp-admin/link.php Updated to revision 6294.
See? That’s it. I think my complaints regarding hard WP upgrades are finally over. If you’re not maintaining your WP release via SVN, you should.
Edit: There’s scope to make a plugin to automate this process. Just an upgrade link that runs this svn command in your root folder and redirects to /wp-admin/upgrade.php after that. That’ll make it a no-shell no-brainer to update. Of course, you’ve got to install via SVN first, but an admin could do that.
So Gmail now has IMAP. Cool. Everybody should use this instead of POP because it’s so much better. A quick tip: A slash (/) splits your label name into folders. So name your labels Lists/Erlang, Lists/Ruby etc. and in your mail client they’ll end up being folders. Hierarchy using tags? Cool.