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6363 <p><a href="/visualstudio.html">read more...</a></p>
6464 </div>
6565 </div>
66-<div class="post">
67- <h2 class="title">CryptSync</h2>
68- <p class="meta">Posted on November 2, 2012</p>
69- <div class="entry">
70- <p>
71- So I made another tool: CryptSync.
72- </p>
73- <p>
74- CryptSync is a small utility that synchronizes two folders
75- while encrypting the contents in one folder. That means one
76- of the two folders has all files unencrypted (the files
77- you work with) and the other folder has all the files
78- encrypted.
79- </p>
80- <p>
81- The synchronization works both ways: a change in one folder
82- gets synchronized to the other folder. If a file is added
83- or modified in the unencrypted folder, it gets encrypted.
84- If a file is added or modified in the encrypted folder, it
85- get decrypted to the other folder.
86- </p>
87- <p>
88- <img src="/assets/img/news/cryptsync_info.jpg" width="500" height="250" alt="CryptSync overview">
89- </p>
90- <p>
91- More information here about <a href="https://tools.stefankueng.com/CryptSync.html">CryptSync</a>.
92- </p>
93- </div>
94-</div>
95-<div class="post">
96- <h2 class="title"><a href="/recyclebin.html">TortoiseSVN and the recycle bin</a></h2>
97- <p class="meta">Posted on September 22, 2012</p>
98- <div class="entry">
99- <p>Subversion's design is made up so that you will
100- never ever lose any data. But there's one command
101- that will do exactly that: <strong>Revert</strong>.<br/>
102- Reverting means discarding all modifications you've
103- made to one or more files which you haven't committed
104- yet.</p>
105- <p>But what if you selected the wrong file(s) to revert?
106- Sure, TortoiseSVN always asks you first before it
107- reverts the files. But as we all know, such &quot;Are you sure?&quot;
108- dialogs are too easily dismissed by clicking &quot;Yes&quot;.</p>
109- <p>So what if you reverted files and you then discover
110- that you shouldn't have done that?</p>
111- <p><a href="/recyclebin.html">read more...</a></p>
112- </div>
113-</div>
114-<div class="post">
115- <h2 class="title"><a href="/revgraphsvg.html">Save the revision graph as an SVG file</a></h2>
116- <p class="meta">Posted on May 9, 2012</p>
117- <div class="entry">
118- <p>The revision graph is a nice way to get a quick
119- overview of your project. However you can not share
120- the graph with other people unless you save it as
121- an image and pass the image on.</p>
122- <p>If the revision graph is small, then saving the
123- graph as a PNG image will do just fine. But as with
124- all images, a PNG does not scale very well. And if the
125- revision graph is already big the resulting image file
126- can get quite big as well. It can even get too big
127- to show.</p>
128- <p><a href="/revgraphsvg.html">read more...</a></p>
129- </div>
130-</div>
131-<div class="post">
132- <h2 class="title">Auto Aero Colors</h2>
133- <p class="meta">Posted on April 9, 2011 &bull; <a href="https://tools.stefankueng.com/AAClr.html">Full article</a></p>
134- <div class="entry">
135- <p>Windows 8 has a new feature where the Aero colors can be
136- <a href="http://www.withinwindows.com/2011/04/06/windows-8-secrets-aero-auto-colorization/">
137- automatically adjusted according to the selected wallpaper</a>.</p>
138- <p>This seems to be a nice feature, and there's even a tool available
139- that offers that feature for Windows 7: <a href="http://aura.codeplex.com/">Aura</a>.</p>
140- <p>But there are some things about Aura that bother me, so I hacked together
141- my own tool which offers that feature.</p>
142- <p>Unlike Aura, AAClr is written in plain C++ and doesn't
143- use the .NET Framework. For tools that are supposed to be started
144- automatically on logon, this ensures that the whole startup time
145- doesn't increase by several seconds.</p>
146- <p>AAClr also detects changes in wallpapers by catching events
147- from the system and doesn't use timers that access the wallpaper file
148- several times a second (like Aura does). That means that AAClr is idle
149- most of the time and only wakes up when necessary.</p>
150- <p>And about resource usage: AAClr uses less than 2MB of
151- private bytes - I think that's not too much.</p>
152- <p>The link to the download can be found on the <a href="https://tools.stefankueng.com/AAClr.html">project page</a>.</p>
153- </div>
154-</div>
155-<div class="post">
156- <h2 class="title"><a href="/beginnersguide.html">TortoiseSVN 1.7 Beginner's Guide</a></h2>
157- <p class="meta">Posted on January 15, 2011 &bull; <a href="/beginnersguide.html">Full article</a></p>
158- <div class="entry">
159- <p>
160- There's now a <a href="https://www.packtpub.com/product/tortoisesvn-1-7-beginner-s-guide/9781849513449">book</a> available about TortoiseSVN. Of course,
161- there are books about Subversion which mention TortoiseSVN.
162- But this is (I think) the first book about TortoiseSVN.
163- </p>
164- <p>
165- Full disclosure: I was asked to review
166- the book, which I did. And I'm mentioned as a reviewer in
167- the book! So I had to write something about it here since
168- I was never mentioned in a book before :).
169- </p>
170- <p>
171- read my <a href="/beginnersguide.html">full post</a> about this book.
172- </p>
173- </div>
174-</div>
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9-
109 <div class="post">
10+ <h2 class="title">CryptSync</h2>
11+ <p class="meta">Posted on November 2, 2012</p>
12+ <div class="entry">
13+ <p>
14+ So I made another tool: CryptSync.
15+ </p>
16+ <p>
17+ CryptSync is a small utility that synchronizes two folders
18+ while encrypting the contents in one folder. That means one
19+ of the two folders has all files unencrypted (the files
20+ you work with) and the other folder has all the files
21+ encrypted.
22+ </p>
23+ <p>
24+ The synchronization works both ways: a change in one folder
25+ gets synchronized to the other folder. If a file is added
26+ or modified in the unencrypted folder, it gets encrypted.
27+ If a file is added or modified in the encrypted folder, it
28+ get decrypted to the other folder.
29+ </p>
30+ <p>
31+ <img src="/assets/img/news/cryptsync_info.jpg" width="500" height="250" alt="CryptSync overview">
32+ </p>
33+ <p>
34+ More information here about <a href="https://tools.stefankueng.com/CryptSync.html">CryptSync</a>.
35+ </p>
36+ </div>
37+</div>
38+<div class="post">
39+ <h2 class="title"><a href="/recyclebin.html">TortoiseSVN and the recycle bin</a></h2>
40+ <p class="meta">Posted on September 22, 2012</p>
41+ <div class="entry">
42+ <p>Subversion's design is made up so that you will
43+ never ever lose any data. But there's one command
44+ that will do exactly that: <strong>Revert</strong>.<br/>
45+ Reverting means discarding all modifications you've
46+ made to one or more files which you haven't committed
47+ yet.</p>
48+ <p>But what if you selected the wrong file(s) to revert?
49+ Sure, TortoiseSVN always asks you first before it
50+ reverts the files. But as we all know, such &quot;Are you sure?&quot;
51+ dialogs are too easily dismissed by clicking &quot;Yes&quot;.</p>
52+ <p>So what if you reverted files and you then discover
53+ that you shouldn't have done that?</p>
54+ <p><a href="/recyclebin.html">read more...</a></p>
55+ </div>
56+</div>
57+<div class="post">
58+ <h2 class="title"><a href="/revgraphsvg.html">Save the revision graph as an SVG file</a></h2>
59+ <p class="meta">Posted on May 9, 2012</p>
60+ <div class="entry">
61+ <p>The revision graph is a nice way to get a quick
62+ overview of your project. However you can not share
63+ the graph with other people unless you save it as
64+ an image and pass the image on.</p>
65+ <p>If the revision graph is small, then saving the
66+ graph as a PNG image will do just fine. But as with
67+ all images, a PNG does not scale very well. And if the
68+ revision graph is already big the resulting image file
69+ can get quite big as well. It can even get too big
70+ to show.</p>
71+ <p><a href="/revgraphsvg.html">read more...</a></p>
72+ </div>
73+</div>
74+<div class="post">
75+ <h2 class="title">Auto Aero Colors</h2>
76+ <p class="meta">Posted on April 9, 2011 &bull; <a href="https://tools.stefankueng.com/AAClr.html">Full article</a></p>
77+ <div class="entry">
78+ <p>Windows 8 has a new feature where the Aero colors can be
79+ <a href="http://www.withinwindows.com/2011/04/06/windows-8-secrets-aero-auto-colorization/">
80+ automatically adjusted according to the selected wallpaper</a>.</p>
81+ <p>This seems to be a nice feature, and there's even a tool available
82+ that offers that feature for Windows 7: <a href="http://aura.codeplex.com/">Aura</a>.</p>
83+ <p>But there are some things about Aura that bother me, so I hacked together
84+ my own tool which offers that feature.</p>
85+ <p>Unlike Aura, AAClr is written in plain C++ and doesn't
86+ use the .NET Framework. For tools that are supposed to be started
87+ automatically on logon, this ensures that the whole startup time
88+ doesn't increase by several seconds.</p>
89+ <p>AAClr also detects changes in wallpapers by catching events
90+ from the system and doesn't use timers that access the wallpaper file
91+ several times a second (like Aura does). That means that AAClr is idle
92+ most of the time and only wakes up when necessary.</p>
93+ <p>And about resource usage: AAClr uses less than 2MB of
94+ private bytes - I think that's not too much.</p>
95+ <p>The link to the download can be found on the <a href="https://tools.stefankueng.com/AAClr.html">project page</a>.</p>
96+ </div>
97+</div>
98+<div class="post">
99+ <h2 class="title"><a href="/beginnersguide.html">TortoiseSVN 1.7 Beginner's Guide</a></h2>
100+ <p class="meta">Posted on January 15, 2011 &bull; <a href="/beginnersguide.html">Full article</a></p>
101+ <div class="entry">
102+ <p>
103+ There's now a <a href="https://www.packtpub.com/product/tortoisesvn-1-7-beginner-s-guide/9781849513449">book</a> available about TortoiseSVN. Of course,
104+ there are books about Subversion which mention TortoiseSVN.
105+ But this is (I think) the first book about TortoiseSVN.
106+ </p>
107+ <p>
108+ Full disclosure: I was asked to review
109+ the book, which I did. And I'm mentioned as a reviewer in
110+ the book! So I had to write something about it here since
111+ I was never mentioned in a book before :).
112+ </p>
113+ <p>
114+ read my <a href="/beginnersguide.html">full post</a> about this book.
115+ </p>
116+ </div>
117+</div>
118+<div class="post">
11119 <h2 class="title">TortoiseSVN 1.8.4 released</h2>
12120 <p class="meta">Posted on November 24, 2013</p>
13121 <div class="entry">
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