Using TortoiseSVN with svn+ssh tunnel over non-standard ports

Configuring recent versions of toirtoise SVN to work with non-standard ports is a bit tricky. I tried editing the “subversion config file” through Settings->General->Edit, to using an ssh command line, like the one I’m using on Linux for the same repository, but that didn’t work. A quick hack-style solution is to go to TortoiseSVN->Settings->Network and set the SSH client to (assuming port number XX): “C:\Program Files\TortoiseSVN\bin\TortoisePlink.exe -P XX” (The hack is also described here: http://www.

How to indent Python with VIM

Today I solved the problem of properly indenting my Python code with my favorite editor (Vim 7.2). I’ve had this issue for some time, because I had tuned Vim for writing in C/C++, which of course proves quite annoying when trying to write Python code (no braces darling!). Googling the issue I came up with the article¬†“Indenting Python with VIM”¬†which proves quite useful, but unfortunately did not work out of the box for me.