[OS X TeX] Version control of documents in TeXShop
bvoisin at mac.com
Fri Aug 12 00:25:11 CEST 2005
Le 12 août 05 à 00:02, Andrew Kurtz a écrit :
> While recently editing a document in TeXShop I thought it would be
> valuable to have the current version saved before I make updates.
> That made me wonder if TeXShop supports some sort of version
> control. I looked through the options, help, and archive of this
> list, but did not see any mention of it.
> Is there any support in TeXShop for document version control? Has
> this topic been discussed before? I suppose I could use an
> external editor that worked with CVS, but I like the TexShop
> editor. I've never tried setting up an external editor to know how
> well it integrates with TeXShop.
Have you had a look at iTeXMac? I seem to remember reading stuff
about CVS and iTeXMac, but I can't remember exactly what it was:
whether CVS support is included in iTeXMac, or whether its is planned
for a future version, or whether the stuff was clues from iTeXMac
users about adding CVS support to iTeXMac, or whether it wasn't about
iTeXMac after all.
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