Im updating some code on a custom program i've been developing, the project is getting large and out of hand so i need to make sure anytime i make a change to a php file, that a revision is getting saved so i can revert back to a earlier copy if needed.
I typically use a php editor like editplus or rapid php, but i would be willing to change to something if it means i have to.
So basically any time i make a change to the file, id like a saved copy, is there any server-side software that does this automatically?
Github works, I just prefer bitbucket since it's free for private repositories.
To sync with your FTP server, you can look into Continuous Integration, such as setting up a Jenkins server. http://jenkins-ci.org/
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