doc hawk wrote: > It’s no substitute for GitHub and the like, but I have a rather simple > system that intercepts saveStackRequest, checks the date, and saves a > new version with the date as part of the name. I also have a bmpVrsn > routine that can be used to advance a letter during the day, so things > like 200422b for the second version of a stack from today.
That's 1/3 of why I keep my work folders synced with my local Nextcloud server.
(The other 2/3 is that all those versions are safely backed up, and kept up to date on all the machines I use for testing.)
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