Hi, so I recently was adding changes to a repl and it stopped working. I know I can go through file history to restore, but there are way too many files to search through. Is there a way where I can restore my repl through version history containing all of the changes. Sorta like google docs or something.
Hey, @SrikanthBala welcome to the forums!
Unfortunately, this does not exist for us normal users.
Is there any way I can access his feature? Or can I contact support to see if they can recover it?
I think though dont quote me on that. cc: @ShaneAtReplit
How do I contact repl support?
Well the error thats showing up is a nix error, anyone know how to fix a nix error?
usually a problem with
replit.nix and sometimes
.replit. We might be able to tell with a link to a repl / a minimal repl which reproduces the issue
In future, you should use Tools > Git and commit every time you make a working change so that you can revert back to a previous commit. And you can use
git diff <commit id> in shell to compare a commit with the current code, or
git diff <commit id 1> <commit id 2> to compare two commits. Get the commit id from Tools > Git > ‘previous commits’
You are correct. We do not yet have a project-wide history feature, although we do have interest in building this later down the line.
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