• Sticky taped

    Taped I obviously haven’t been as productive as my ABB colleagues thought I should be, so they kindly taped up my mouse – presumably to encourage me to use the keyboard more.

    I’m not sure what they’re saying by taping up my phone and my chair though.

    Or maybe things just got extra silly on Friday afternoon after I left :-)

  • Teracopy

    I saw this tool mention in a LifeHacker post last month and thought I’d try it out.

    Copying large (or lots) of files with Windows Explorer can be an interesting experience, but Teracopy improves on this quite a bit.

    I like it.

  • Compiling the NHibernate 2.0.x branch

    I downloaded the latest code for NHibernate 2.0.x from the Subversion repository.

    When I ran nant to build the code, it was displaying a whole bunch of errors as soon as it got to the Iesi.Collections.Test project:

    NH2.0.x-branch\src\Iesi.Collections.Test\Generic\HashedSetFixture.cs(7,7): error CS0246: The type or namespace name ‘NUnit’ could not be found (are you missing a using directive or an assembly reference?)

    Turns out because I’m using a current nightly build of nant, it defaults to .NET 3.5. Forcing it to use .NET 2.0 (using the –t argument) seems to do the trick. eg.

    nant -D:with.core.only=true -D:skip.tests=true -t:net-2.0