Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

Project Question

Collapse
X
 
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

    Project Question

    I was curious on if I need to give my project I made in C++ to another member on my team, how would I go about giving the project to them?
    Portfolio/Tutorials: http://chadreddick.com

    #2
    Copy and paste? ;-)

    Comment


      #3
      You should look into version control systems, you won't get around them when coding in a team. Git is the most common solution and works just fine. Sure there are alternatives. There is the family of Tortoise[Git/Hg/Svn] which is a frontend for Windows and makes the whole thing much easier, and Visual Studio 2013 even has version control stuff integrated.

      Comment


        #4
        As Daerst mentioned, you should use version control. Not only does it allow multiple people to work on the same project, it also provides you with the ability to roll-back changes you make to the source. In layman terms, if you accidentally delete/permanently modify a file, you can revert back to a previous file you've committed to the repository. GitHub would be my recommendation to you, as it has a friendly/intuitive interface for those who are new to version control. You can host as many public repos (accessible to anyone) as you like or make it private for $7.00 a month.

        Comment


          #5
          Just thought I would mention Bitbucket as free alternative (At least for a small group of developers) to Github's private repos. It allows you to have a unlimited number of private repos with the restriction that it be only 5 user and under (Meaning only 5 people can have access to that private repo), if you need more then that the plans can get more expensive then Github in which case Github might be a better choice. Another added bonus for some is Bitbucket's mercurial support.

          Also while on the subject of Git and Bitbucket if you are just starting out with Git a good GUI tool which can simplify the learning process would be http://www.sourcetreeapp.com/.

          Wish you the best of luck with your project.

          Comment


            #6
            Others worth mentioning are:
            • SVN
            • Mercurial
            • Perforce


            Unreal Editor has bindings for Perforce and SVN.

            Comment

            Working...
            X