This post proposes a way to use a single folder on your computer as both a Git repository and a Subversion working copy.
With Mac OS 10.6 Snow Leopard, you can create a system service to compress files or folders and set the ZIP file modification date to the date of the contents.
Apple has released the Xserve Field Guide, a web app for service technicians that need quick access to server maintenance information during on-site repairs.
William Van Hecke, Omni Group’s User Experience Lead has released Helpify, a Python script that turns OmniOutliner files into Apple Help books.
VMware released its Mac virtualization product with an extremely annoying incompatibility — it won’t work properly with Windows systems running CVSNT.
Keeping up the pace of nearly weekly releases, iChm Version 1.3 now allows you to search the index.
Shortly after the release of iChm 1.1.1, Robin Lu has responded to popular demand and updated his CHM Reader for Mac OS X with support for indexes.
Robin Lu has released iChm, a CHM reader for Mac with Webkit rendering, tabbed interface and a bookmark system so you can save links to favorite topics.
Zürich-based indy developer Zennaware has released Cornerstone, the latest attempt to make the Subversion experience more Mac-like.
A year after the initial hype, Mac Subversion client Versions celebrates the anniversary by actually releasing a beta app.
You can share your VPN connection between the host Mac and the guest PC by setting the network adaptor to share the host’s Internet connection via NAT.
How to use a single installation of the DITA Open Toolkit on your Windows partition to generate output from either operating system environment.
A handful of open source & shareware apps provide Mac users access to Windows help files in the Compiled HTML Help (CHM) format.
When you compress a file or folder in the Finder via the Create Archive command, a ZIP file is created using the current date as modification date.
If you Enable Mac OS keyboard shortcuts option in VMware Fusion, Mac keys are passed on to the VM, but you can still send the CTRL key if you need to.
There’s now a Mac equivalent for TortoiseSVN: SCPlugin is a free, open-source utility that displays the status of your version-controlled files in the Finder.
A new system-wide Mac OS X service converts Markdown to XHTML (and vice versa) with keyboard shortcuts.
The interface artists at Sofa are working on a new Mac OS X Subversion client called Versions, which is due out for public beta release “any moment.”