Creating LiveCode applications that play well with version control software

William Prothero waprothero at
Sun Feb 5 15:36:54 EST 2017

Looks like your video is getting lots of hits. It hangs on me, which shouldn’t happen with youtube. Anyway, I somehow missed getting the new Project Browser you use in your tutorial. Where can I get it?

> On Feb 4, 2017, at 8:08 PM, Trevor DeVore via use-livecode <use-livecode at> wrote:
> For the last few months I've been developing an application framework for
> LiveCode applications that works well with version control software such as
> git. The framework encourages the use of as many text files as possible.
> Scripts are stored in script only stacks and all configuration is done with
> yaml files. Stacks used for UI are stored as binary so there is still some
> work to do in that area. I’ve also started using Sublime Text as my editor
> of choice when working with LiveCode.
> My ultimate goal is for the LiveCode community to have a viable option for
> creating applications managed with version control software, which can be
> worked on in teams, but that don't lose the "live" aspect of developing in
> LiveCode.
> I've created a screencast where I show what I've been doing in case anyone
> is interested.
> Here is the GitHub repository url the Levure framework:
> -- 
> Trevor DeVore
> Outcome & ScreenSteps
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