I would second this suggestion. I am the main technical person in my company and have been trying to find a way to make sure that there is a plan B for any time when I am no longer around.
The documentation generated within EasyMorph definitely goes a long way to helping with this goal.
EasyMorph project files are designed in a way to be compatible with version control systems, which means you can produce diffs using standard means of the systems. Although, no plans for deep integration with with VCSs in the near future.
Do you mean that if we were using GitHub for example, we would just paste a new version of the code and GitHub would pick up any changes?
It would be interesting to know whether it is feasible to for example use Google Drive as a file saving location and then link that to GitHub via Zapier as a means to automate updating of the repository?