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 : 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