Finally fixed my svnimport.sh script to
run properly with a remote server. To use it, you'll need to have an sshd
daemon that allows root login via public key by adding
this line to your inittab, changing 8888
to whatever port you want.
and cd to the parent dir of the directory you're importing
before executing the script. Check the other variables and constants in the
script, fixing as necessary, including the svn repository and the username
under which apache runs.
Yes, I know it's not safe to allow direct root login via ssh, but this is
IMO the safest way to do it if you're going to do it anyway. It's a separate
high-numbered port, only
root can login, and only
with a key, not with a password. Of course, on your normal sshd port you
shouldn't allow root logins whatsoever.
Wrote a simple quicksort in Java for sorting int arrays by length of the subarrays. I needed it for a particular project, haven't really tested it yet. It needs improvement, particularly in the pivot point selection process.
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