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File Set tracking

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Just heard from one of the Admins that works on our site, saying help! I need to re-create a set that was inadvertently deleted. If Concrete's main page creation, updates, etc. has version control (i.e. you can go back to a particular version/date), why don't File Sets? We do understand that individual files have versions as well

Thanks,

Kent


Status: Resolved
kdyer
andrew replied on at Permalink
andrew
Not everything in concrete5 is managed in versions. This is an interesting idea but since file sets are really just containers for files (and files are, as you mentioned, versioned) the value of having file sets versioned doesn't seem very high to me.
kdyer replied on at Permalink
kdyer
It is OK that you closed this.

However, It would make sense that we could back-up and/or version a set of
files.. That way, if things are changed we can go to that set. I have a
couple of sets that are over 100 files and becomes a bit of a headache to
re-construct.

Thank you,

Kent Dyer

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andrew replied on at Permalink
andrew
That's a cool idea. At one point we were kicking around the idea of
"content releases", which was basically version control for a group of
content (like pages, etc...) If/when we get around to doing this I
think a group of files would definitely have to fall into this
category as well.

concrete5 Environment Information

# concrete5 Version
5.5.2

# concrete5 Packages
Add Multiple Pages (1.3), Black Accents (2.1), Breadcrumbs (2.0), Content Around Image (1.23), Cu3er Slideshow (1.1.6), Designer Content (3.0.2), Dynamic Iframe (1.61), Expand / Collapse (1.2.1), Extended Form (2.6), Facebook Like Button (1.1), Fancy Forms Template How-To (1.1), FlexCRETE (2.0.2), Google Docs Viewer (1.0), Google Map (Premium) (2.0.1), Innovation (2.2), List files from set (1.0.1), Login (1.1), Music (1.0.4), PHP block by ND (1.0), Theme Options Lite (1.1), View Directory (1.3), Whitespace Theme (1.2).

# concrete5 Overrides
blocks/autonav, blocks/external_form, blocks/list_files_from_set, blocks/team_member, blocks/page_list, blocks/calvis, controllers/dashboard, single_pages/dashboard, themes/musicsite, themes/grandlodge

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