Zippey is getting closer to splash down!
Lastnight Josh and I macgyvered a rudder set up. I have been busy with Footloose and racing other people’s boats and poor Zippey has not had a rudder in almost 2 years!
Zippey’s bottom side is slowly cleaning up. Sanding off the old junk has taken a fair amount longer than I had anticipated, however my new buddy Ben Matthewson, who I met sailboat racing, is in between college quarters and has been immensely helpful in getting Zippey ready.
Thus far I have been pleasantly surprised at the state of the bottom. I expected much worse conditions. There are only a few blisters and for the most part they are minor.
Here is another photo to keep you tantalized.
Zippey finally got a spot at the boatyard! She has been hauled out to redo the bottom. I will post a complete writeup when the process is complete, however here are some photos to entice you in. This is the result of latex house paint on the bottom of a sailboat kept in saltwater (long story, I did not put the current paint on….)
Here is a quick snippet that will reset all your git submodules to their most recent commit. Handy when something has happened such as a file permissions change that unintentionally affected the submodules.
git submodule foreach --recursive git reset --hard
Comparing a file between two git branches is quite easy. You can do it with both diff and difftool.
git diff BRANCH_ONE BRANCH_TWO -- FILE
git difftool BRANCH_ONE BRANCH_TWO -- FILE
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