.pyc > .py ?
yduppen at xs4all.nl
Sat Aug 3 18:13:27 CEST 2002
> Mmm i haven't used CVS til now...
>>Find one you like and start using it for everything you do.
> Is it suitable also for projects on my own machine and not
> synchronized on the net?
Speaking from experience: It is!
And not just for programming projects. Documents, spreadsheets, drawings...
you name it and it's suitable for CVS (provided it's not binary -- CVS can
handle binaries, but not in a very useful way).
And since the repository has one root directory, making a backup becomes
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