[OS X TeX] Version controls for LaTeX book production
jerome.laurens at u-bourgogne.fr
Mon Nov 12 03:09:57 EST 2007
Le 12 nov. 07 à 02:20, George Gratzer a écrit :
> On Nov 11, 2007, at 7:03 PM, David Oliver wrote:
>> I'd welcome comments from book authors on this list with experience
>> with version controls, such as CVS, for LaTeX produced books. Do
>> you find them useful?
>> Do you find them useful even if you are the only user or author
>> accessing the material?
>> Recommendation for a particular system?
> I think Time Machine is all you need.
> I think good backup is very important, version control?
Time machine is using a single repository for all the backups.
With a version control system, you can have a different repository for
That way, you can archive both the document and its own repository.
Say you put everything on a USB key, then you can have everything you
need to work properly wherever you go,
whatever machine you are working on.
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