Help needed: iPad developer issue(s)
markwhi at gmail.com
Thu Mar 15 17:34:34 CDT 2012
Info on how to set up Xcode for github:
On Thu, Mar 15, 2012 at 6:33 PM, Mark Whittington <markwhi at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'd recommend looking into some sort of revision control. I believe XCode
> supports git out of the box, and as long as you don't mind your code being
> open, you and your friend can both sign up and use GitHub (
> http://github.com) for free. Then he can check in code, and you can
> check it out and build it at home, in addition to all of the other benefits
> of using revision control.
> On Thu, Mar 15, 2012 at 5:22 PM, <wb4jfi at knology.net> wrote:
>> There's a lot to ingest here, before getting much up and running. We
>> wanted to take baby steps by testing what is written so far on real, actual
>> hardware. Therefore, we want to be able to share/collaborate. Mel is
>> doing the iPad part, and I am doing some ethernet-connected hardware. We
>> are at the point that we want to test whether we can turn on an LED on the
>> hardware via the iPad. But, since Mel has worked on the iPad software, he
>> has all that code at his house, while I have the hardware at my house.
>> How hard is it to build an app at Mel's, and share the files for that
>> app's project with me, so I can build it as well? Why would this plan
>> violate some Apple policy?
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