The best advantage would be of course the possibility to introduce version control when working with V-REP. I suppose that almost everyone here is a programmer and know what is version control and how important it is. Without version control is almost impossible to work on a V-REP project in a team and even working alone there are several problems like not knowing which are the difference between two version of the same model/scene. I showed V-REP to several people and even if enthusiastic about how it works all of them told the same thing: "Without the possibility to use version control we'll not use it and you should do the same".
Another advantage would be to create models (and maybe scenes) with other language programs.
In the old topics, coppelia answered that it is an important feature and that it will have been pushed to a higher priority todo-list. This happened three years ago. My question are:
- It's still in the todo-list?
- If yes, we will see this feature anytime soon?