it depends on how what sort of database you're using. if it's sqlite
you can simply zip up the entire radiant project and call that a
backup. if it's mysql or something else you can use that db's
dump/import tools plus a zip file of the radiant project to create a
backup. version control also works well for rolling back the project
directory (and database if you're using sqlite).
2009/9/7 María Paula Mariani <paulamari...@gmail.com>:
> I'd like to know which is the best way to freeze or to make a backup
> of my project made in Radiant. I'd like to try some extensions and I'd
> like to have a backup just in case something goes wrong.
> How is the best way to restore the project and database (from a backup)?
> Thanks very much!
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