Before I sign up to one of on-line LaTeX editors (writeLaTeX, ShareLaTeX, LaTeXLab) I was wondering if any of those support a real version control (CVS, SVN, Git, Mercurial etc). I saw that ShareLaTeX supports DropBox which can work with Git but that adds just another layer of complexity.
P.S. writeLaTeX looks really good. I wonder if they have packages like REVTeX (they should as it is now the part of TeXLive).
Edit: I just signed up for writeLaTeX. I melted when I saw vi editing mode and ability to upload my own style files.
The latest update: I quickly ditched writeLaTeX. I encountered several serious issues with writeLaTeX.
- I could not upload an existing document. Yes there was a work around using
\inputcommand but the document could not been edited.
- All documents are public by default. One needs to get paid account to get some privacy.
- vim mode actually was not working very well.
I just switched to ShareLaTeX and so far I see no trivial issues. Yes I am using vim mode on ShareLaTeX too.