Aye, it was always gonna happen (Gruff is also a nice lib, sparky is multiple platform tho).I knew you would…
Agreed, JS just makes life easier in some cases, also nice to demonstrate how the framework handles communication with client side technology like JS, which may interest anyone who is watching this thread.I think it should be whatever your team wants … any client-side stuff is fine by me. This really shouldn’t at all be designed with prettiness in mind.
You'll only need a client to check in and out, the windows people could (should) be using the Tortoise SVN client, that adds some very handy options to the right click context menu for SVN, on the MAC I just use the command line and connect over ssh.Hmm, I might take you up on that. I’ll have to see how easy it is to setup on my new server.
There are other benefits to using version control (read below).
If projects are under version control the development is logged, should be easy to get quite an accurate dev time simply from the check in logs and when the final release of the project is tagged.I think elapsed development times should definitely be recorded. That's hard to control, but it'd give a basic, slightly biased overview of speed of development.