[OS X TeX] Version controls for LaTeX book production
simon at simifilm.ch
Mon Nov 12 16:14:18 CET 2007
Am 12.11.2007 um 16:07 schrieb Mark Eli Kalderon:
> On Nov 12 2007, at 08:15, George Gratzer wrote:
>> I realize that this is a matter of personal taste. I have been
>> using Retrospect which makes me a few backups a day; anytime I
>> pause, in fact.
>> My point was simple; this works for me. I have never lost anything
>> and if I needed an older version, it was always there.
>> I hope it is the same with Time Machine. Nevertheless, I did not
>> stop using Retrospect.
>> My concern with any tool: efficacy. I am not interested playing
>> with my computer, trying out new things just because they are
>> there. I try anything, however, that promises to make me more
>> A Retrospect backup of my current work is one click. Storage
>> capacity: maybe a hundred years. But no project of mine acceded 5
> A backup system and a version control system are not the same---I use
Well, if you have your repository on a server, subversion serves as
both (and it even helps you to keep several computers in synch).
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