The source code for Beginning Java Game Development with LibGDX is at the URL shown.
This is an excerpt from the Scala Cookbook (partially modified for the internet). This is Recipe 18.17, “Using a Maven Repository Library with SBT.”
This is an excerpt from the Scala Cookbook (partially modified for the internet). This is Recipe 18.11, “Telling SBT How to Find a Repository (Working with Resolvers).”
In a Scala SBT project, you want to add a managed dependency to your project from an Ivy repository that SBT doesn’t know about by default.
This is an excerpt from the Scala Cookbook (partially modified for the internet). This is Recipe 18.4, “How to manage dependencies with SBT (Simple Build Tool).”
You want to use one or more external libraries in your Scala/SBT projects.
You can use both managed and unmanaged dependencies in your SBT projects.
Git rm FAQ: How do I tell Git not to track a file (or files) any more? That is, I want to remove the file from the Git repo?
While working on an application named "sarah" yesterday (named for the house known as "SARAH" in the tv series Eureka), I accidentally checked some files into Git that I didn't mean to. These were were primarily binary files in my project's "bin" and "target" directories.
Git empty directories FAQ: How do I add an empty directory to a Git repository?
Short answer - you can't. (See below for the workaround.) The design of the Git staging area only accounts for files, as described in the Git FAQ, and other books like Pro Git.
Git empty directories FAQ
Here's the text from the Git FAQ section, "Can I add empty directories to a Git repository":
Private Git hosting services FAQ: What companies offer Git hosting, in particular private Git hosting services?
I recently started looking for a private Git hosting service, and the obvious first place to look is GitHub. They provide free Git hosting for open source projects, and their service has been excellent. But when I looked at their private Git hosting service, I was really surprised by the cost of their plans. Their lowest price private Git hosting plan is $7/month, and that allows only five Git projects, and relatively little disk space. Since I want a private Git hosting service to store all my projects, I'd immediately need to go to one of their paid Git hosting plans, and their Git hosting prices go up quickly from there.
Update: Github has changed their policies significantly since I first wrote this article.
When working with CVS, there are several concepts that you should know:
Here's a link to a new tutorial I've created named "How to import a new module into CVS using WinCVS".