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Thursday, August 12, 2004

Version Control for Posts

Filed under: — Carthik @ 7:09 am

If you edit your old articles like crazy, and then go crazy trying to figure out just what it was that you changed about the article, then you ought to use the Wp Version Control Plugin.

Now, if only we had a blog version control system that saves copies of all the core .php files over time, so you can restore the blog to the last-working-set-o-files after a night of hacking like crazy! Give me version control for the WordPress index.php to begin with.

3 Comments

  1. Now, if only we had a blog version control system that saves copies of all the core .php files over time, so you can restore the blog to the last-working-set-o-files after a night of hacking like crazy! Give me version control for the WordPress index.php to begin with.

    Uhhhh, you never heard of RCS?

    Comment by Danny Howard — 8/12/2004 @ 8:55 am

  2. I have heard about it, and use it too. It is doubtful though whether for the vast majority of WordPress users, “RCS” makes any sense. I was thinking along the lines of a easy to setup and use tool/plugin/extension to handle the problem I described.

    Comment by Carthik — 8/12/2004 @ 11:51 am

  3. Give me version control for the WordPress index.php

    Are you listenning Matt? (I’m sure you are)

    Comment by Joseph Lindsay — 8/12/2004 @ 3:08 pm

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