Archives for Jonathan Doklovic

What is JGit Flow and Why Do I Need a Maven Plugin? If you missed my other blog post, I recently release a Java library named jgit-flow that implements the git-flow branching and merging model introduced by Vincent Driessen in Java. My hope is that developers will use this library to integrate git-flow workflows inside of their Java apps, and to get the ball rolling, I thought I'd be the first integrator. If you read my other blog post, you'll remember that although git-flow is really useful,

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Git Flow Comes to Java

As a Java developer, I'm always trying to find ways to streamline all the mundane tasks that come along with development but aren't necessarily part of the actual code I'm trying to write. Managing source control and performing releases are definitely on that list. I use Git as my DVCS of choice, and while it certainly makes managing source changes a bit more, well, manageable, it can also feel like the "wild wild west" at times with random branches and commits flying around. Enter Git Flow.

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I’m happy to announce that we’ve just released the Atlassian Plugins SDK 4.1. Actually, we released it last week but didn't tell anyone -- we figured most of the Americans would be too busy chomping on turkey and being thankful. Those of you who are on SDK 4.0 and have used it since then should have gotten a notification that a new release is available. If you haven't done it yet (and are using 4.0), go ahead and: atlas-update Some of you may be aware that at this year’s AtlasCamp we

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