I’ve been hearing great things about source control for awhile so I dug in and installed Subversion using this new tutorial. While you can interact with the svn server from the command-line, the TortoiseSVN Windows shell extension makes managing imports, updates and commits as simple as a right click.

My first project contains all the files in, future home of all my Javascript projects: standalone scripts, bookmarklets and user scripts. I’ve already committed several revisions of click2zap into SVN so I can track changes and rollback to previous versions if need be. SVN is gonna be great for bigger projects.

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