- May 17, 2010 at 11:27 am #8466
Is it possible to have File-Backups depending on Projects?
E.g I have Project “Fubar” with files like r:projectsFubarsrcfoo.lua and I would like to have my Backup-Files for that in r:projectsFubarbakfoo.lua.bak
On an other project “Kerfuffle” I’ll have a layout r:projectskerfufflesrcblabber.lua and with expected backup-files in r:projectskerfufflebakblabber.lua.bak
I found only a “Backup” in the Configuration-Dialog, but that seems to be for all Files concertning that Type, oder is it possible to have some Wildcards in the “Backup Folder”, didnt found that.
Sure I could use my svn and check my files always in, but at my point of view that is not necessary.
MatthiasMay 17, 2010 at 4:03 pm #8467Yutaka EmuraKeymaster
Thank you for using EmEditor!
I might consider more sophisticated backup settings in future versions. Thank you!May 17, 2010 at 5:46 pm #8468
Thanks for your fast reply, would be great to see something like that in a future release.
Another question, would it be possible to “selfmodify” the configuration?
I mean, if I remember right, sorry still a newbie with emeditor, I save my macros with my project, or my “solution”, still not quite familiar with that dependencies and naming.
So I could write a macro which sets a new BackupDirectory for every “project” I have and fire it up if I load that project, modify my settings and would have a little bit tricky workaround.
Fiction or would that be a possible way, hehehe didnt say that would simple ;-) ?
MatthiasMay 17, 2010 at 6:00 pm #8469Yutaka EmuraKeymaster
You can write a macro to change backup settings.
This is just an example how you write that macro:
cfg = document.Config;
cfg.Backup.SaveToFolder = true;
cfg.Backup.Folder = "C:BackupFolder";
Please let me know if you have further questions.
Thanks!May 18, 2010 at 10:14 am #8471
thanks a lot
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