Perfect git-svn for WordPress plugin development

WordPress plugin developers need to use subversion to commit their plugins to the WordPress.org repository. And because many developers are using GitHub in their development, it is needed to interwork between Git and Subversion. Though there is a way to make a script program including both git and svn commands, git-svn is a option I like to use because of its simplicity. After using git-svn and making some commits in plugin development, I learned key points for a happy workflow. I’ll introduce them in this entry and hope it will help you. Even if you are not a WordPress plugin developer, it might help you when you use git-svn. This [Read the Rest...]

AD FS 2.0 and Visual Studio 2013

There are many samples of Visual Studio 2013 which work with Windows Asure Active Directory (WAAD) authentication. But I can’t find any examples going with AD FS 2.0. That’s why I wrote this entry. I’ll introduce a way to build a web application in Visual Studio 2013 working with AD FS 2.0 step by step. Making a Visual Studio 2013 Program First, we will make a web program using authentication by ADFS. Select ‘File’ – ‘New’ – ‘Project’. Select a template, ‘Installed’ – ‘Templates’ – ‘Visual C#’ – ‘Web’ – ‘ASP.NET Web Application’. Click ‘Change Authentication’. In the ‘Change Authentication’ dialog, input as follows. Select ‘Organizational Accounts’ Select ‘On-Premises’ Input [Read the Rest...]

Assets directory with git-svn in WP plugin development

There are many articles which introduce workflows for git users in WordPress plugin development which requires subversion to publish into the official directory. Some articles demonstrate workflows using script programs to call svn commands for interworking between git and svn. But I like to use git commands alone for version control. And I can do plugin development with git-svn like this article or this. One remaining thing is the ‘assets’ directory, which we use for files not required in plugin packages. For example, the assets directory can contain images and banners displayed on the plugin directory pages in WordPress.org. And because it is not under the standard directory structure of [Read the Rest...]

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