[TEASER] "Kochi Mini SVN" a very simple "Script-Level Version Control System" for LiveCode

Andre Garzia andre at andregarzia.com
Tue Oct 30 14:00:04 EDT 2012


Congratulations on your soon to be released  tool. A little feedback from
the video:

- Please during your installation process don't simply quit LiveCode with a
dialog. Present the user with the option of exiting or doing it later. The
user may have unsaved work in there.

- Your comment stripping routines have undo features because if the user
accidently clicks the wrong button he/she may lose a lot of work in there.
For example, my stacks use comments to generate documentation. If I
accidently click the wrong button there and erase all the comments, I will
end up in a very bad situation.

- Be aware that users on Linux and Windows will have a hard time using the
• character. There is no OPTION+8 on those platforms.


On Tue, Oct 30, 2012 at 3:43 PM, Rolf Kocherhans
<rolf.kocherhans at id.uzh.ch>wrote:

> Hello LiveCoder's
> Just a little teaser of a tool I made. Recently there was a lot of talk on
> both lists
> about Script-Level Version Control. I have created a plugin that just fits
> into that niche
> and it's just about ready for prime time !
> Are you interested ?
> Check it out at http://dl.dropbox.com/u/616613/Kochi_SVN_Installer.mov it
> is the
> first demo of "Kochi Mini SVN" in public.
> Have fun as always
> Cheers
> Rolf
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