[OS X TeX] Re: Version control of documents in TeXShop

Peter Dyballa Peter_Dyballa at Web.DE
Fri Aug 12 11:19:34 CEST 2005

Am 12.08.2005 um 05:01 schrieb Andrew Kurtz:

> I also would like to be able to retrieve old versions for situations 
> where I change something

Hello Andrew!

TeXShop has the option to use regular expressions, for example changing 
in a marked region ^ to % or `% today's date´ etc. So you can have 
versions of your text in the same file -- a much better concept would 
be, to have one *master* file that just contains something like:

   \includeonly{chapter1}%, chapter2, chapter3, ...

TeXShop needs a special header for that master file to recognise all 
inclusions and errors in them. The \includeonly allows you to optimise 
single files -- and you don't loose everything in case you do the 



                   Sorry my terrible English, my native language Lisp!

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