When upgrading nginx, the installer is smart enough to notice that my
configuration files are changed and gives me the option to keep my
modified one, or update it, diff it  etc but isn't smart enough to make
a backup of index.html before it overwrites it? How hard is it to do the
same thing for index.html??

Do the right thing and fix this so people can upgrade peacefully. Saying
that 'you should have had a backup' is just lazy and irresponsible.

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