Unity Collaborate or Git

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Augusto #984 0 54

Quick question guys.

Unity collab or git? Which source control do you prefer and why?

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Mike #937 0 33

I prefer git. I have never tried unity collab. Unity projects work fairly well on git plus it allows me to choose my git hosting environment. Additionally, my projects usually have other things that I want version controlled beside the Unity project itself and I can do that with git for sure.

One other thing to consider is if you decide to use something like Trello or Jira to manage the project, most ticket systems have a way to link to git. I'd wager most do not connect to unity collab.

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Augusto #984 0 54

after asking around the same question i'm end up using both.

But i'm only using unity collab for commiting certain milestone, i'm doing everything myself in my project but i can expect a friend to join, maybe a non-programmer. Unity collab can handy since its easy to use by anybody. As git i'm using as my main source control.

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Jmcm16 #1004 0 37

I've used Unity Collab when it was in beta. It worked really well, but it offers not a whole lot in the way of source control. It's meant to be a simple interface for collaborating with a someone on a simple project. I recommend Git if you need a little more control of your project, as it offers code branching and merging on several levels. Hope this helps!

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AMastryukov #383 0 48

I never used Unity Collaborate, and I am hesitant about trying it simply because git is a very functional version control system. I am not sure what new revolutionary features Unity Collaborate can bring to the table, and chances are that using git will teach you a lot of things you can use in your future projects.

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José Ignacio #1028 0 16

I use git because I've been using it for a long time for other kind of projects. Haven't really considered using Unity Collab.

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