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Is there a milestones manager application for Mac?

Asked by mirza (5042points) July 3rd, 2009

So here’s the deal i want an application that backs up and makes copies of files on a specific folder (in my case it’s my folder for web design/dev stuff). I need something that makes backups of this folder and allows me to revert the changes.

I know Time Machine does this but i want the back up on my local machine so that i can use it while on the go (and also i only need to packup usually one folder). SVN does it too but need something for offline use (since i tend to get a lot of work done during my commute). CSS Edit has a nice milestone manager too but it only does it for the css (not the html, psd or image files).

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andrew's avatar

Use a DVCS like bzr or git. You can work offline.

tadpole's avatar

i am a mac user but i’m not sure i have the right knowledge…so don’t froth or anything at my ineptitude !! but….could you not put your stuff on an external hard drive….particularly if you are moving around…

wilhel1812's avatar

Get Mobile Me. It includes an application that does exactly this.

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