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Boss: some consultants worked on this feature extending some legacy code
Boss: it's 90% done
Boss: they used FTP. It uses iframes and we fired them when they couldn't get the frontend modules working in sync with the backend.
Me: git checkout -b herewegoagain
git diff-tree --no-commit-id --name-only -r 666w3wl4d
*copy output list of files to sublime text 3; select all lines; add to each:
gitk --follow [filename] > src/.notes/herewegoagain/[filename].diff
Me: It's -10% done. you'll know I'm almost done when I enter the fugue state. You'll find me at this address. Give me this USB stick and a 4 pack of redbull and I'll do the merge.6
How the hell do you interrupt a download in Sublime FTP???!!! Any obvious hot key such as Ctrl+C doesn't work, and there's not a word about how to interrupt an operation in the docs of Sublime FTP.15
I still haven't manage to transition from Notepad++ to Sublime although the former is crap and I ranted about it already several months ago. I just can't seem to find the time it takes to configure Sublime to my likings. It seems like a great IDE, but it's hell to set up an FTP browser like the one in Notepad++. Of course I have googled (or rather binged) the problem, and tried suggested solutions but still no joy. How hard can it be to just set up an FTP connection to my web host and browse its directories/files in a sidepane? How do I achieve this, anyone have good advice to share?3