15725Re: [Clip] Saving all .bak files to specific directory
- Nov 1 8:46 AMBefore I wrote this reply I hadn't looked at the recently uploaded
file to this forum.
Check it out. It is one of the version control programs available for
NOTE: this is NOT an endorsement - I have no knowledge of
--- In email@example.com, "abairheart" <abairheart@...> wrote:
> The BEST way to do this is to use a version control software in
> addition to NoteTab. There is the MS VSS, comes with Visual studio, as
> well as a number of freeware/open source packages with ports to
> Windows. No law requires you to restrict version control to
> programming source files. You'll have to decide for yourself (search
> google) what is safe to use.
> These kind of programs maintain a database of changes made to all
> files you decide to track in a separate folder. The downside is, that
> you must remember to open files from the database, rather than from
> Notetab's folder. NoteTab could probably do this for you via a clip.
> If you DO use such a package, just turn NoteTab's back-up OFF.
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Alex Wenzel" <fuzzi123@> wrote:
> > I'm not sure you're talking about the same thing I asked for.
> > I'm looking for something that completely replaces the backup
> > function, including the naming conventions, and ideally the
> > possibility of incremental backups, just sending everything to a pre-
> > definded folder. Something you don't have to specifically trigger
> > (and *certainly* not from a toolbar icon), something that is
> > triggered automatically by saving (also by auto-saving).
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