Is the location of backup~ files configurable?

Steven T. Hatton hattons at globalsymmetry.com
Sun May 30 00:48:36 UTC 2004


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On Saturday 29 May 2004 10:06, Amit Upadhyay wrote:
> On Fri, 28 May 2004, Steven T. Hatton wrote:

> What you are really looking for is cvs. I can not imagine programming
> without it, its very helpful even if you are the only person working on
> the project and work from the same machine all the time. Not only will you
> get proper backup and version management, checkout-modify-commit-rm-rf
> cycle can also increase your focus on what you are trying to achieve and
> hence effeciency.

No I have my own CVS server setup here with ssh and key exchange.  I didn't 
want to suggest the Emacs approach though it certainly works. This is what I 
dislike:

hattons at ljosalfr:~/code/c++/gs/gsgrapher/src/
Sat May 29 20:45:29:> ls
CVS                 gsgrapher.h             rectangle.cpp~    spinboxitem.cpp~
Makefile.am         gsgrapher.h~            rectangle.h       spinboxitem.h
Makefile.in         gsgrapher.lsm           rectangle.h~      spinboxitem.h~
dimension.cpp~      gsgrapherui.rc          resultframe.cpp   spintable.cpp
dimension.h~        hi16-app-gsgrapher.png  resultframe.cpp~  spintable.cpp~
gsgrapher.cpp       hi32-app-gsgrapher.png  resultframe.h     spintable.h
gsgrapher.cpp~      main.cpp                resultframe.h~    spintable.h~
gsgrapher.desktop   main.cpp~               semantic.cache
gsgrapher.desktop~  rectangle.cpp           spinboxitem.cpp
hattons at ljosalfr:~/code/c++/gs/gsgrapher/src/

I find it both hard to look at and hard to manipulate gracefully.
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Regards,
Steven
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