Configuring Eclipse to Show Git Revision Information in Editor

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Eclipse can work well with Git. We discussed Configuring Eclipse to Highlight Changed Lines Compared to Git Commit before. Eclipse can also show the revision information for lines of code (from git blame) which is useful to understand why some lines are added in the context of previous revisions including the lines of code. Eclipse
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Release Notes For Linux v0.95a

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This is the release notes for linux release v0.95a (source code: linux-0.95a.tar.gz) with format adjusted by removing/replacing tabs/spaces/new lines. This notes document can give us an understanding of the early development of the Linux kernel. The the formatted version of the referenced RELNOTES-0.95 can be found at Release Notes For Linux v0.95. The original ASCII
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Configuring Eclipse to Highlight Changed Lines Compared to Git Commit

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Eclipse is one of the good IDEs for C/C++ projects with its great source code indexer. It is common the source code version is controlled by some tools like Git for software projects. It is convenient if the IDE can show the current changes compared to the committed code version. In this post, we will
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4 Features of Python 3.9 That You Can’t Take Your Eyes Off

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Python is one of the most popular programming languages in the world. It is widely popular for a plethora of tasks due to its flexible nature and ease of use. Python has also managed to beat other programming languages such as Java, which were once upon a time, the world’s favorite. In fact, the extent
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Hiding Private IP from Email Headers in Thunderbird

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It seems Thunderbird sends out my private/lan IP to the SMTP server. For example, in an Email sent out by Thunderbird, the header contains Received: from [192.168.1.2] (example.com [1.2.3.4]) by mail.example.com (Postfix) with ESMTPSA id 92CD297DEA; It is fine that the SMTP server records the public IP (1.2.3.4) as it is what it sees. But
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Making Evolution Not Wrap Lines in Composed Emails

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Evolution seems wrap long lines automatically in “Plain Text” mode. How to make Evolution not wrap lines in composed Emails? Evolution does not have (so far) “Flowing Text” mode where “the text is soft broken at the composer edge, but those soft breaks aren’t translated to hard breaks when the mail is sent” ( Reference:
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How to enable Email address auto completion in Evolution?

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Does Evolution support automatic email address filling/completing in the “To” or “CC” fields which is commonly seen in other Email clients such as Thunderbird. Is is possible and how to enable Email address auto completion in Evolution? Evolution supports the contact autocompletion. To enable it, do as follows in Evolution. In Evolution Preferences dialog, in
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How to change the maximum uploading size for PHP with Apache on Linux?

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How to change the maximum uploading size for PHP with Apache on Linux? PHP has parameters to control the maximum uploading size. Here, we use Ubuntu 18.04 LTS default version as an example. First, open the php.ini configuration file using your favorite editor /etc/php/7.2/apache2/php.ini Then, find the following parts ; Maximum size of POST data
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What are the best academic citation tool

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What is the best academic citation tool does anyone help? Here, we list 2 choices that are open source, or free, or have free plans. Zotero Zotero is open source and developed by an independent, nonprofit organization. Zotero can help you collect, organize, cite, and share research. Zotero can automatically senses research on the web.
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In Vim, how to search and replace in visual selection?

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Search and replace in the whole text in Vim can be done by :%s/from/to/gc. But how to search and replace in visual selection only? The %V atom in Vim restricts a pattern so that it matches only inside the visual selection. So, your command for searching and replacing only in the visual selection can be
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How to add a crontab entry from a shell script on Linux?

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crontab -e will start an editor to edit the crontab entries. But how to add a crontab entry from a shell script on Linux without interaction from users? You can try this piece of script: (crontab -l; echo “@reboot echo “rebooted””;) | crontab – Note that the update by this line of script is not
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Deleting a Specific Line From a Text File in Command Line in Linux

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On Linux, how to delete a specific line from a text file in command line? For example, to delete the 4th line from a file aaa bbb ccc ddd eee ffffff You can use the “stream editor for filtering and transforming text” sed. With GNU sed: sed -i ‘4d’ ./file Here, -i means edit the
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Simple and Basic Image Editor in Linux

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Which simple and basic image editors are good on Linux like the paint program on Windows? GIMP is great but too high weighted for normal usage like resizing, cropping, image annotation with text. Pinta is a free and open source drawing/editing program that is easy to edit images. It is available on many Linux distros.
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