On Tue, 11 Sep 2012 22:24:58 -0700 (PDT)
ansh <anshulksharm...@gmail.com> wrote:

> > > i wanted to know whether GIT can be used by my web Portal. 
> > > 
> > > my requirement is to save a file in 3 revision history from
> > > webpage on ubuntu. 
> >
> > I don't think I managed to fully parse this. 
> > Do you want to implement some sort of backing store for the files 
> > uploaded by the users of your web portal, so that for each file, 
> > several past revisions of its content can be kept along with its 
> > present content? 
[...]

> u not much far from it ...
> the links you gave helped a lot.
> 
> actually i had an editor in portal and the i wanted to save that data 
> automatically in sometime in a revised version, also keep older
> versions upto 2 revisions and current as the 3rd. 

For such simple scenario (users entering presumably short pieces of text
into text areas on a form) I'd not bother and would just store several
revisions of that message in a database table: I don't think you need
advanced features such as branching and delta-compression for storing
something as simple as this; I mean, the complexity of the tentative
soultion involving an SCM seems to not pay off.

P.S.
Please don't top-post.  This breaks the discussion flow and hence sucks.

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