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after week 7, we have our updated standings

T-1. Freeedom 6-0
T-1. RomanNumeralsGuy/LamP 6-0
3. Blake 4-1 (1 FW)
4. Decy 4-2
5. SirMalagant 3-3
6. Gorland 3-3 (1 FW)
7. SamuraiPanda 3-3 (1 FL)
8. HurtnTime 2-3 (1 FW)
9. AgtOrange 2-4 (1 FW, 2 FL)
10. Josef 1-5 (1 FW)
11. JDON 1-5 (1 FL)
12. Sheikh 0-6

FL = forfeit Losses
FW = forfeit Wins

For info on players and casters, click here

Starcraft 2 Rankings!

Now site members can see their world rankings for 1v1, 2v2, 3v3, etc. courtesy of sc2ranks.com API.

Register and put your BNET info now in your profile and you will show up on the list.

See it here:

http://www.karljay.com/main/sc2_ranks

Starcraft 2 Replays!

using the replay library from phpsc2replay, a drupal module has now been created to support user uploaded replays.

Upload, share and discuss replays!

So go ahead and give it a try.. download from a list of current replays or
upload your own.

SVN - dealing with trunks, branching, making releases, merging, etc

Since I'm new to Subversion (SVN), and command line calls, here's some sample commands and good practice to branch off a trunk, make changes, merge (dry run), merge, then test, then commit.

For good site on SVN basics: http://svnbook.red-bean.com/nightly/en/index.html

  • app.karljay.com/svn - SVN host url
  • myapp - my application

    copy myapp trunk to branch ABC-123:

    svn cp https://app.karljay.com/svn/myapp/trunk https://app.karljay.com/svn/myapp/branches/ABC-123 -m "ABC-123 Branching off trunk"

    You can then work on the branch "ABC-123".

    After you're done, you'll need the revision number.

    So to get branch on your copy:

    svn log --stop-on-copy
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    r18132 | kgarcia | 2009-03-24 14:53:10 +0000 (Tue, 24 Mar 2009) | 1 line

    ABC-123 - add this enhancement, and fix other bugs
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    [kgarcia@karljay.com ABC-123]$ pwd
    /home/kgarcia/www/karljay.com/ABC-123

    To make a release branch "2009-04", copy trunk to branch:

    [kgarcia@karljay.com karljay.com]$ svn cp https://app.karljay.com/svn/myapp/trunk https://app.karljay.com/svn/myapp/branches/2009-04 -m "Branching off trunk for the April 2009 release"

    Committed revision 18239.

    After you're done and ready to merge back (to main trunk, or release), do a dry-run. This won't merge, but good to get statuses of files like U for updated, A for added, and C for conflict, which is what you'll watch out for.

    If you don't see any conflicts, great. So run the merge to merge the branch you want to merge INTO the checked out copy

    [kgarcia@karljay.com 2009-04]$ pwd
    /home/kgarcia/www/karljay.com/2009-04
    [kgarcia@karljay.com 2009-04]$ svn merge --dry-run -r18132:HEAD https://app/svn/myapp/branches/ABC-123

    A home/webmetrics_banner.php
    U home/dsp_home.php
    A images/kj_banner.gif
    U order/secondary/act_step5.php
    U order/karljay/act_step5.php
    U zone/dsp_zonelist.php

    When ready, remove the --dry-run to do the real thing.

    After testing it is good, commit:

    [kgarcia@karljay.com 2009-04]$ svn commit -m "ABC-123 Merged to April 2009 release branch"
    Sending home/webmetrics_banner.php
    Sending home/dsp_home.php
    Sending images/kj_banner.gif
    Sending order/secondary/act_step5.php
    Sending order/karljay/act_step5.php
    Sending zone/dsp_zonelist.php
    Transmitting file data ......
    Committed revision 18240.

  • KJ Forum FACEBOOK app

    Finally, the KJ Forum is now available as a Facebook app:

    info: http://www.facebook.com/apps/application.php?id=64103791063

    Link to the app: http://apps.facebook.com/kjforum

    Once you add it, you can have it as a TAB:

    click to view large

    And of course available in your bottom left application links:

    And the full screen app:

    When you post, a difference with the normal non-facebook app KJ forum is that this one shows your user profile pic:

    It will also provide NEWS FEED updates to your friends when you post a new topic, or reply to a topic:


    Enjoy!

    chess layout adjustments

    Chess has now been layed out a bit better to maximize space usage, and put items in proper locations:

    1. captured pieces are bottom right, and minimized since it is not often referred to
    2. PGN is top right, but is not as high. To compensate, there is a scrolling bar, and the list is scrolled to the bottom automatically to show the last move.
    3. messages are moved to be more visible, and is available with a scroll bar as well.
    4. the chess board is smaller to let others have more room.

    As you can see, things are squeezed more together, but is still a bit big for our normal page layout. Stay tuned for more adjustments as we play with improving the site!

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