As a lonely, hobbyist php-developer, what are your suggestions to how I should handle different versions of my scripts? I'm not asking about how to increase my version numbers, but how to make sure I've got a working version left if I break something when I try to add a new feature in the future?
My current plan is a ms dos batch-file that at startup copies all php-files to a new directory in c:\phpbackup given the name of the current date.
If you have a CD burner and Nero software, you can setup a scheduled job to backup selected data to CD-R. I don't know if there is any other burner software that will do this besides Nero.
I'm curious though. Are you talking about having several different versions of the same scripts? If so, how many versions are you keeping? I usually only keep my production scripts and just one other version if I'm trying to modify them.