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Roles of the Developers
need not be the class owner. This role cannot be reassigned, so in
of a new class that has not been versioned, another developer cannot take
continue what the first one started. This means that copying another
image with editable classes in it, sharing passwords, and then
concurrently working in the
same class editions is a no-no. ENVY will not let either developer version
until conflicts are resolved.
The manager of an application must communicate with the managers of the
subapplications (there can be different managers for an app and each of
The app manager can be made responsible for the integration of their
and its subs. They are responsible for documenting the application (yes,
there are application
and subapplication comments). They should test the loading and unloading
of the application.
The manager of a configuration could be responsible for overall
integration and satisfactory
testing. This role could/should be rotated among team members. The days of
approach are over with ENVY. (Unless that is what you really want to
A class owner should never release changes made to their class without
them. Hopefully, this is obvious.
A class developer should give a recognizable version name to his or her
inform the owner of the reason for their changes and ask the owner to
changes. It is counter productive to the team effort to routinely change
classes and never tell the owner about how you think it should be
improved. This applies
to the development environment tools, too. With ENVY, the "my image
is my world"
attitude (e. g., I can change anything I want, even base classes) is
that is the team culture you really want.)
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