Obsidian — Custom Plugins Part 4
A version control system is a necessary technology to have if you’re programming and still valid even if not. If you’re interested in Obsidian, then you’re already on the path to appreciating the usefulness and simplicity of plain text files and editing, even if just on a back end of a friendly interface. This is where accurate version control shines in keeping track of the history of plain text and how things get updated. It’s more sophisticated than that, but for our purposes, that’s enough. You can think of it like the save history in a Google doc, or even Obsidians own Sync history. It’s more sophisticated because it depends on interrelated files and assets. It’s critical when working in teams, so things don’t get lost between people working on the same stuff, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t help work alone on projects.
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