Team development solution

Peter Haworth pete at
Mon Aug 27 18:50:20 EDT 2012

Thanks Mark, that sounds a whole lot better than anything that's been
available in the past, at least that I've been aware of.
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On Mon, Aug 27, 2012 at 3:38 PM, Mark Wieder <mwieder at> wrote:

> Pete-
> > I'm
> > definitely not a git expert but isn't the point of it the ability to
> check
> > out/in individual modules within a project?  Or maybe glx2/git deal with
> > individual scripts?
> Yes, that's almost exactly it. But "objects" rather than "scripts"... the
> script
> is stored as one file and the properties of the object as a separate xml
> file,
> so they can be individually tracked by git. You can see and manipulate
> changes
> to object properties over time: who changed the color of this button, when
> did
> the field contents change, etc. Glx2, being a script editor, doesn't
> trigger on
> changes to object properties, but will track those property changes when a
> save
> is executed from the script editor. The workflow is modeled on the way
> other
> IDEs (Rubymine, for one) handle a similar situation.
> --
>  Mark Wieder
>  mwieder at
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