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Multiple employes working in the same filewithout git

Postby medusa on Thu Jan 24, 2013 10:31 am

hello reader,

i have a question, is it posible that when you are working with 2 people at the same file and one saves the file that he askes to reload en reload the page?

at this moment sublime does this:

when you go to anothewr window en come back the file is reloaded
when 2 save at the same time latest version will be loaded.

anybody any solution?

greeting and thanks!

ricardo

Ps. sorry for my bad english ill hope you 'll understand me
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Re: Multiple employes working in the same filewithout git

Postby medusa on Thu Mar 21, 2013 12:45 pm

BUMP

Nobody knows this?
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Re: Multiple employes working in the same filewithout git

Postby iamntz on Thu Mar 21, 2013 2:12 pm

Why don't you use version control? It's pretty easy to set up locally, either it's git, mercurial, or even svn :)
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Re: Multiple employes working in the same filewithout git

Postby phyllisstein on Sat Mar 23, 2013 11:01 am

Version control is great, of course, but I've also been interested in http://floobits.com lately. Haven't had the chance to test it much, but it might help with your scenario.
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Re: Multiple employes working in the same filewithout git

Postby robertcollier4 on Sat Mar 23, 2013 4:18 pm

phyllisstein wrote:Version control is great, of course, but I've also been interested in http://floobits.com lately. Haven't had the chance to test it much, but it might help with your scenario.

Wow - that sounds amazing. I love the real time collaborative editing functionality in Google Docs - you can be on a phone call and be typing and the other person can see your keystrokes immediately and then can also add to somewhere else in the document at the same time. Having that functionality in Sublime would be epic - will have to try it out later. Thanks for sharing about that.
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