I may just do this. Thanks for your help !

Le mercredi 7 mai 2014 13:32:27 UTC+3, Magnus Therning a écrit :
> On Wed, May 7, 2014 at 11:49 AM, Jeremy Belolo 
> <jerr...@gmail.com<javascript:>> 
> wrote: 
> > Hello Magnus and thanks for your answer ! 
> > 
> > I tried to be crystal clear, that's why I described all the steps I 
> did... 
> > Seems I didn't succeed. So I will start by saying I never encountered a 
> > issue with git itself. It's just the project I took that is build on a 
> very 
> > strange coding way. I can't work with it on windows. At all. (slashes 
> > issues, fonts issues, and a lot more. Don't ask; I curse the previous 
> > developper every then and now ^^) 
> Then you were clear, I just thought there was a git question in there 
> somewhere, and that I just didn't get it :) 
> Well, we are all different I suppose, I frequently curse developers 
> who write stuff that can only be developed on Windows ;) 
> > What I really need is just advices on how to work as a team. Not about 
> > branching and this kind of things, I got it. But about the environnment 
> to 
> > use for every developer when working on a regular project (not a messy 
> one 
> > like the last I worked on). Subdomains ? Local machine with easyPHP or 
> > another local webserver and commiting when ready for testing ? If so, 
> what 
> > about eventually needed callbacks like Paypal's ? 
> I can't offer much concrete advice, but requiring that developer 
> testing is run on a machine that Paypal can reach is a serious 
> limitation and runs the risk of no testing being done at all.  Is 
> there some way you can abstract away the Paypal stuff, 
> mocking/stubbing maybe?  Another, rather more heavy-weight approach 
> would be to write a Paypal gateway that those tests can tunnel 
> through, then the exposure to the internet is kept a bit smaller. 
> > I come to realize my questionning is not really about git but it's more 
> > about how to actually work as a team... 
> I'm guessing you might get more constructive feedback by turning to a 
> mailing list dedicated to web programming, or to the specific 
> framework you are using. 
> /M 
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