Currently in HTML5, I'm trying to create a system that allows two-finger touch rotation of an element by calculating the angular deltas of the two fingers between every consecutive touchmove event and only using the bigger of the two deltas.
I have a a lot of important PDF files. The only way I modify them is add/remove annotations. Is there an efficient way to have version control for such files. I can perhaps use standard tools like SVN/Git. I heard that SVN stores only deltas even for binary files.
In the case of SVN/GIT, would the deltas be huge if all I did was to change annotations in a PDF file?
Today, September 1, 2013, the Arch Linux developers were happy to launch the monthly ISO image of their popular and powerful operating system, Arch Linux 2013.09.01, which is now available for download on mirrors worldwide (see download link at the end of the article).