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The drawbacks are:

[TIP] In order to keep your commit messages clean, we recommend that people split their commits between the subtrees and the main project as much as possible. That is, if you make a change that affects both the library and the main application, commit it in two pieces. That way, when you split the library commits out later, their descriptions will still make sense. But if this isn’t important to you, it’s not necessary . git subtree will simply leave out the non-library-related parts of the commit when it splits it out into the subproject later.

IMPORTANT: There is not a ton of documentation about the subtree command . What makes things even more complex is that there is a somewhat similar concept call the Sioux Campina Degree Slipper
. While similar in purpose, these techniques are different and it can make Googling for help a bit tricky.

IMPORTANT:

The general workflow when operating with git subtree is depicted in the below figure:

In the sequel and in the attempt to make things concrete, I will duplicate here the configuration I setup when dealing with the various Easybuild repository as subtrees.

Here nothing special to subtree since the idea is to setup git remote(s) toward the url of the (furture) subtree(s). You can list the currently defined remotes by

(normally, you shall see at least the origin remote). To add (and immediately fetch) a new remote, use the following command:

Ex : we will add the forked Easybuild easyblocks , Easybuild easyconfigs and Easybuild framework as git remote, together with the official Easybuild wiki :

The general format of the command is as follows:

the --squash option is generally what you want since it will create a single commit for the full commit history of the remote repository - it avoid to somehow pollute your local commit history.

Ex : (using the previous remotes):

This way you end with a clean directory layout where easybuild/* hold in separate directories the latest version of the corresponding repository.

If you want later on to pull the latest changes operated within each subtrees, simply use:

Of course, you have to repeat this for each subtree remotes:

Keyword optimization: from a lead role to a supporting one

If you state something, it’s important to back it up with supporting figures. So, what’s my point? Well, as I’ve stated above, there is supporting data that shows the decline of keyword optimization. All the same, that doesn’t mean it has no impact on search rankings. Contrary to this, businesses which have hurriedly and careless strewn keywords in their content have found themselves penalized. In fact, a number of them have even been banned. Also consider a good translation company if you are reaching an international audience. Poor translations is a good way to get dinged by search engines as well.

A question pops up: is there a way you can balance keyword optimization with other quality and SEO focused practices? The answer is yes, there is a way. Read on for some tips by SEO pro Graeme Winchester as well as the folks at Blue Yonder that you need to know to get the most out of your SEO efforts.

Try to figure out the intentions of the searcher

Did you know that search engines evaluate your website’s content and the way it is presented to determine search results for a keyword or phrase? Now that you know, how do you capitalize? This is what you should do:

> conduct a basic keyword research

> list all core phrases and keywords performing well in your niche

> go through this list and figure a way of making them longer to create long tail keywords

When you put yourself in the shoes of the searcher then you’re bound to come up with great content. If it is engaging, readers will be impelled to share it or do business with you. In addition to this, search bots will crawl and index your website on the first page of a search phrase.

Mark Mason runs a website where you can buy spotify streams and notes “Don’t shy away from starting something new. Delve deep into a topic through multiple content say blog articles. This way you get to spread your long tail keywords thus getting more visibility. Now this is topical optimization in action.”

Place your keywords strategically

Where you place your keywords is equally important. This is how it should be done:

> the keywords must be on the title, headline and primary areas of your content like in the first paragraph, middle and end of your content

> mention the keywords as much as you can without disrupting the natural flow of the content

Extensible from the Inside-Out

Part of what makes Lisp distinctive is that it is designed to evolve. As new abstractions become popular (object-oriented programming, for example), it always turns out to be easy to implement them in Lisp. Like DNA, such a language does not go out of style.

Paul Graham, ANSI Common Lisp

An example of , a macro-based SQL DSL

Mature Stable

An extensive standard provides a rock-solid foundation that you can confidently build upon. You won't be reinventing the same old wheels ten years from now.

Functions are first class objects: you can pass them around, store them, call them dynamically. Build your application by composing small, functional building blocks.
Build reusable and extensible class hierarchies using the Common Lisp Object System. Design patterns disappear as you adapt the language to your problem domain.
Requests per second using , an HTTP server written in pure Common Lisp.

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, an IDE that leverages the power of Common Lisp and the extensibility of Emacs, provides a development environment ahead of anything else.

You can leave the write-compile-debug cycle behind. Everything is interactive: try your code on the REPL as you write it, and a powerful debugger lets you inspect trees of live values, or rewind the stack to undo an exception.

Grammarly is a grammar checking startup, but it’s far more than a simple spell checker. Its grammar engine, written in Common Lisp, finds instances of incorrect tenses and suggests more precise synonyms for common words.

At Grammarly, the foundation of our business, our core grammar engine, is written in Common Lisp. It currently processes more than a thousand sentences per second, is horizontally scalable, and has reliably served in production for almost 3 years.

Vsevolod Dyomkin

Ita Software (now Google) developed Matrix , the flight search engine.

Lisp was the natural language to start with. We needed to write lots of code very quickly; and we needed the higher-level power that only Lisp and Allegro CL provides. Lisp provided us with the ability to write the algorithms that we needed.

We can search thousands of pricing and scheduling options in the time it takes the other airline engines to search several hundred. And, thanks to our lisp-based algorithms, we can adapt our questions to become more narrow or broad depending on the situation.

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