For the past couple weeks, I’ve been working with Thomas „cmdln“ Gideon (host of the fabulously nerdy Command Line podcast) on a free software project for writers called „Flashbake“ (which is to say, I described what I wanted and Thomas wrote the code). This is a set of Python scripts that check your hot files for changes every 15 minutes, and checks in any changed files to a local git repository. Git is a free „source control“ program used by programmers to track changes to source-code, but it works equally well on any text file. If you write in a text-editor like I do, then Flashbake can keep track of your changes for you as you go.

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