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How About To Write A "source Safe" For Autoit ?

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Krikov

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Hello,

I am write Autoit Code For About 7 Months and The Big Problem of write a Code is To try

to keep the Last Work Version of the Code Before you Add Your New Feture to the Code And Then

nothing work and you need to spend lot of time to fix the bug that you create.

may be there is allredy a "Sorce Safe" or any Version Control for Autoit With SciTe

Krikov


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strik3r0475

In SciTE go to Tool and then SciTE Config (or press ctrl + 1)

In the General settings area there is a line that reads:

Keep n BAK versions of the edited file (0=None):

Just enter the number of backup copies you want to keep and everytime you

run or save the file in SciTE it will automatically save copy of the previous

file and name it yourfilename.au3.bak

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MSLx Fanboy

CVS Repositories

If you don't have access to a linux box, look into this blog post

Edited by MSLx Fanboy

Writing AutoIt scripts since
_DateAdd("d", -2, _NowCalcDate())

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djek

:)

Hello,

I am write Autoit Code For About 7 Months and The Big Problem of write a Code is To try

to keep the Last Work Version of the Code Before you Add Your New Feture to the Code And Then

nothing work and you need to spend lot of time to fix the bug that you create.

may be there is allredy a "Sorce Safe" or any Version Control for Autoit With SciTe

Krikov

You can use tortoisecvs local on windows.

You don't need a cvs server.

It integrates in the explorer

read the help file for more information.

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