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Old 29th May 2010, 16:33
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Yeah that would be ideal method really but since the ispconfig3 upgrades are a little brutal and overwrite almost everything you changed, you have to keep backup copies and diff them in case they've added something to the page which a backup&restoring of your modified file would restore back to the old copy.
That depends on how you work with a open source project. mike_p for example works actively with the ispconfig project and commits his changes and fixes back to the source tree. You decided to work only on your own without contributing to the ispconfig project, so your chnages does not go into the ispconfig sources and thats why you have ptoblems with overwritten files.
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