encrypting script-only stacks
ahsoftware at sonic.net
Tue Jan 14 23:36:08 EST 2020
On 1/14/20 9:46 AM, Richard Gaskin via use-livecode wrote:
> Beyond backup across versions (since that's widely available in most
> cloud storage for even binary files), that Git features do you find most
As in Trevor's description, the advantage of being able to create new
branches for experimental work can't be overstated.
Consider: you have a working project and want to try making some changes
that may or may not work. And that may or may not stop existing things
from working. Or maybe you just want to try some A-B testing and be able
to create two different versions. Or create a new version and be able to
do some performance benchmarking.
All without messing with your existing product code.
If it works you can merge the branch into the main code. If not then
just dump the branch and you haven't lost anything except some time.
I also use tagging in git to set release values, so that I can easily
see what's changed from one release to the next.
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