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After a good deal of programming solo, I''ve got some one to aid me. But how do I handle us working together over long distance. Well, how do YOU handle this?

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The best way to handle this is imo using CVS. It keeps updating the different checkouts of a project and merges them automatically. I use it myself and am very content. Perhaps take a look at www.sourceforge.net (afaik they offer CVS servers, but only to open source projects or something). Anyway, CVS rules!

Then you should make a list of tasks to perform and split it so that you do the user interface and someone else the graphics, so you won''t interfere too much. The less you interfere the faster you can work together.

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You were right.

I found Reliable Softwares Code Co-Op. I very nice CVS system once you get it set up.

None the less, its working now and its going really well so far.

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