Working in Teams

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Working in Teams

Post by ace16vitamine » Tue Aug 21, 2018 10:48 am

Dear all,

we are working in a small Team. How do you develop software with LiveCode in Team? I learned that GIT is not working proper for version controlling. Are there any other suggestions? Or do you share Stacks etc?


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Re: Working in Teams

Post by AndyP » Tue Aug 21, 2018 11:19 am

Trevor Devore developed a framework for LiveCode for teams and git.. its great.

see below for links.
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Re: Working in Teams

Post by bwmilby » Tue Aug 21, 2018 11:20 pm

I think it will depend on the size of the team and the size of the project. If you have multiple pieces of GUI that you can separate out into multiple stacks so that you can split out work on those pieces, then Levure would fit that model. If you have one person that will be the traffic cop for the GUI piece and just need to share the load on the script side, then something like Script Tracker could work. Each of these 2 approaches work with GIT as the version control mechanism to allow multiple people to work on code outside of the IDE. Levure provide much more than just enabling team work though, so definitely check it out.
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