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automated backup of au3 files?

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Is there an option to automatically backup au3 source code while I'm editing in SciTE?

How do I do that?

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You can use Tidy, that automatically creates a back up. If its that important to you, have a look at source control.


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You can enable a basic backup from SciTE Config also

Set SciTE backup count to the number of backup files you want to keep of your script each time you click save.

http://www.autoitscript.com/autoit3/scite/docs/SciTEConFig_doc.htm

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You could just write your own script that ran in the background and at a given interval (say 5 minutes) Send("^s"). Then the most you could lose would be the last 5 minutes of your work.


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