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Hard lesson:
Don’t update your OS while a project is still not finished, or at least on critical state of a project

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    Doesn't macOS have something like Timeshift snapshots where you can just roll back the OS?
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    @Fast-Nop does it still has a problem with the new filesystem?
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    I use a thing call `git`. It's very good to keep copies of your code in a remote repo
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    Exactly, use version control, it's 2020.
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    @ostream and use something for backups too, cus git (and remote git server) is version control, not a cloud backup solution.
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    @stop Dunno, but the backup should work because that would have been to a drive with the old FS anyway, and you can restore from the old FS. It's the other way that doesn't work, backing up to the new FS and restoring that under the old OS.
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    @ostream That doesn't solve the issue of not having a working system to actually proceed with development.
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    @AlgoRythm I'm a frontend I don't care about data :D
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    @Fast-Nop indeed. May I suggest docker maybe? :)
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    @ostream So that instead of having a computer that can't run the dev environment, you'd have a computer that can't run the docker container? ^^
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    Definitely not when you're using Arch
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