For those who aren't familliar with source control, it is designed to prevent conflicts in code and make sure that we work with the same code. But to do this, we must all follow some basic protocol. While you can use any SVN program you like, I use Tortoise SVN.
1. Before you touch a thing, so an SVN update so you are working with current code.
2. When you are done with a piece, update your code once more than commit. The program will not let you override your recent work if there is a conflict. Please do not update with incomplete or non-working code. Submit as much or as little as you need to.
3. Provide a short and sweet comment of what you did with that revision.
At this point, we will not have a central website to code off of, so you must maintain one yourself. If you do not have a webserver, use WAMP. If I had a dedicated server, I would get us all our own enviornment on the server. I am not worried about different enviornments, we have absolutely no non-standard requirements in the script and it will have to be able to run on many different servers.
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