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Automate backup of working copy

From: Tim Scott <tim.scott_at_oclc.org>
Date: Fri, 29 Jul 2016 04:40:59 -0700 (PDT)

Hi,

Sometimes I don't commit stuff to the repository, because it doesn't work yet.
Sometimes that can take a while to get right - I might put the work aside whilst I work on something else.
Sometimes there's a lot of work put into getting something written and it's nearly there, but not nearly ready to be releasable.

This happened very recently. Just before a complete, total, fundamental and unrecoverable hard drive crash on my machine - there was no chance of recovering the files and the drive was encrypted.

So I've lost a lot of work - in particular an intricate learning exercise I'd carried out trying out a new module with a new set of libraries ... but just wasn't quite there as it was flaky and only performed at about 2.5% of the speed of the thing it was replacing.

Is there a way to have tortoise automate the backup of my working copy folders? This must include changed, deleted and unversioned files.

Thanks,
Tim

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