Working on Multiple Computers

Discussion in 'Plugin Development' started by djblackbelt, Apr 4, 2013.

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    I know this is probably a stupid question but I was wondering if there is a way to work on a plugin on multiple computers?
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    I've never heard or used dropbox before sorry, could you please explain a little bit.
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    I highly recommend you learn to use git and github rather than dropbox. Dropbox isn't feasible for working with other people, and isn't at all feasible in a professional environment.

    A good list of tutorials/references for using git:
    One of my favorite websites when using git:
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    evilmidget38 Github makes no sense to me. Can I get a brief explanation?
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    You can use saros. Edit: This is better for real time updates of what everyone is doing. You can see what there typing.
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    Compressions Github hosts git repositories that you can create and push your code to. Additionally, github has a PR system, a decent web editor(don't code with it... ever.... Please....), and a nice UI for browsing through the code. They list a lot of what they have at . If your question is more related to git in general, I suggest you just google it, there are people on the internet who can explain things far more eloquently than I can.
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    If you want private repositories with up to 5 people working on a project than is a good free alternative to github.
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    github is also free, however you pay for private.
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