Team Development using Run Rev

Andre Garzia andre at andregarzia.com
Sat Mar 1 19:58:57 EST 2008


Yes, I use magic carpet daily and it saves a lot of time. Me and
Sivakatirswami works on the same projects using magic carpet and we
never run into a problem. I think Magic Carpet is one of the killer
apps available for Revolution Developers and anyone doing serious work
in Rev can benefit from it.

CVS/SVN and the other usual suspects can't really deal with Stacks,
Magic Carpet is built with stacks... really, it works very well!

Andre

On 3/1/08, Chipp Walters <chipp at chipp.com> wrote:
> Coming a bit late to this party. I've successfully used Rev in a
>  multi-developer environment using our own auto-update architecture and
>  MagicCarpet.
>
>  It basically works like this. Individual developers check out stacks
>  from a web server using MagicCarpet, work on them, then check them
>  back in (with notes if they like). MagicCarpet can be setup to
>  automatically archive versions, so you can 'roll back' to an older
>  version if necessary. Because of our auto-updating architecture, as
>  soon as someone checks in a stack, it is instantly made available to
>  anyone with the application's executable (Mac or PC). New files are
>  automatically downloaded into a plugins folder, after a successful
>  launch. Our MGC architecture also handles downloading and
>  uncompressing of zip archives as well.
>
>  With small groups of developers, each can be assigned a specific
>  library (stack) to work on. Jerry Daniels, Andre Garzia and Sarah
>  Reichelt are a few who have used this technique successfully.
>
>  Just another point of view...
>
>
>  -Chipp
>
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