[wingide-users] Incremental saving.... wingide-users Digest, Vol 118, Issue 15
sandwichcaptain at gmail.com
Thu Feb 27 11:48:56 EST 2014
Just wanted to say that I use a combination of Dropbox, Mercurial, and a
private repository on Bitbucket.
It allows for incremental backups of file changes with Dropbox, the VCS
ideology of only commit when it's worthwhile, and gives me two remote
backups of my projects.
If you are going to use Dropbox with Git or Mercurial I would recommend
having a remote copy of the repository (eg. private repo at Bitbucket)
because rarely Dropbox can screw up the local repository files if you
are making changes on multiple computers.
~ William Foster
On 27/02/2014 7:36, Wing IDE Support wrote:
> On 2/27/14, 3:15 AM, diliup gabadamudalige wrote:
>> I appreciate the answers by Michael, john and Rebbca who seem to share
>> my thoughts too. :) I disabled all other version control systems on Wing
>> and enabled git as always. Is that ok? I like to develop my code in
>> stages and sometime go back and branch off in another direction but keep
>> both going at the same time. attached is a screen shot of my wing. see
>> the bottom left corner which says "failed to run git"
>> why is this? how do i save anew version after i add a new routine?
> Did you change the Git Executable to the full path of the git command
> (git.exe) in the Version Control -> Git page of the Preferences
> dialog? Git isn't added to the PATH by default -- and I don't
> recommend adding it to the PATH unless you know what the implications
> of adding it are (I think I know the implications, but still don't add
> it to the PATH because I suspect it will cause problems). You also
> need to initialize the repository from the command line or another
> tool like tortoisegit.
> I suggest that you work through one of the many tutorials before using
> git through Wing.
> PS: Please change the subject from "wingide-users Digest..." when
> Wing IDE users list
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