Posted: Mon Dec 17, 2018 9:33 am Post subject: Automatic file backup
I would like every time I save a file (.CT for example), a backup would be made of the file. It does not really need to be a backup (copy of the file) but rather something like git does (which saves storage).
I thought about using git with some script that automatically commits, tested and actually worked. However I believe I would need to create a repository for each file, after all a files would not be of the same project.
Anyone have any suggestions? _________________
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Posted: Mon Dec 17, 2018 1:16 pm Post subject:
Create a repo and then make folders for each of your projects within that folder.
This way you do not need to make a unique repo for each project, just a separated folder.
Think something like this is out of the scope of what CE is and should worry about implementing itself. File management is up to the user to deal with outside of the simple save/load features of pretty much any program. _________________
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