Easy background backup and version control for your files
npm install flashfreeze
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|Version||1.0.0 last updated 2 years ago|
|Dependencies||async, commander, winston|
Easy background backup and version control for your files.
Designed for anyone working on files and wanting incremental background backups eg. writers. Hopefully (eventually) usable by non-technical users.
Flashfreeze adds, commits and pushes the entire contents of a directory to git at a given interval.
Inspired by Flashbake.
npm install flash freeze
node flashfreeze -f [directory to backup] -i [interval in minutes]
The commit message is read from a file
status.txt in the directory to backup. If the file does not exist then a fixed commit message is used.
- Install and setup guide for non-technical users
See issues for full list.
(The MIT License)
Copyright (c) 2012 James Bloomer https://github.com/jamesbloomer
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