Draft on sewer design with software

Introduction The topic is not so simple as could appear. Starting from the beginning, what is the final aim? The dimensions of each pipe of our sewer system. The steps to do that are: Design the planar view of the sewer system; Evaluation of the maximum discharge for each pipe; Continue reading Draft on sewer design with software

#4 – ‘Error with pre-create check’ – Docker Toolbox error

Problem When your run Docker Quickstart Terminal for the first time it runs the default machine. So download the boot2docker.iso if not found in the directory. Sometimes this error pop up, on Windows the log is similar to that: I haven’t understood what exactly create this error, but I thing Continue reading #4 – ‘Error with pre-create check’ – Docker Toolbox error

GitHub: add autogenerated Bibliography to the ReadMe file of your GitHub repository

I was working on my last project, when I had to deal with the ReadMe file of the GitHub repository. That project should be a kind of data structure for environmental modeling purposes, and in scientific fields you always have to cite papers, reports and things like those. However a Continue reading GitHub: add autogenerated Bibliography to the ReadMe file of your GitHub repository

Doxygen: documentation on GitHub using gh-pages

In the last weeks I have been working on the project RiverNe3 commenting as much as possible because I was introducing many new programming concepts for me like Design Patterns and Java Concurrency. Well, I chose Doxygen instead of Javadoc because it seems more complete and seems having more features…but Continue reading Doxygen: documentation on GitHub using gh-pages

GIT rebase: don’t run that as magic command!

I have to be honest, rebasing a branch for me was like a magic trick. I have never spent time to really study the correct mechanism of rebasing and I have always simply followed what git asked me to do after having fixed the conflicts when found. But that’s definitely Continue reading GIT rebase: don’t run that as magic command!

Git : some useful tricks

In this post, I would like to list some useful commands while you are working with git. DISCARD UNSTAGED CHANGES For all unstaged files: For a specific file: AMENDING THE COMMIT MESSAGE You can set the commit message directly in the command line with: GET REMOTE URL OF THE LOCAL Continue reading Git : some useful tricks