Still a newbie…
for version saving of a project, it seems that the hardcore believe the best practice is a full blown git version control. If that is beyond what i want/need, is there an ‘almost best’ practice for saving versions? The user manual is completely silent on saving versions.
i would just like to old-school "save as " with a new version number. Is this a reasonable expectation and at all possible? what are the easiest solutions to just make incremental versions in case i discover i was mentally impaired when i did the last set of changes.
reading the forum and online, one common technique seems to be to do a grab of the entire directory to save as a restore point. Is that really the simplest method to create a restore point?
i see CADLAB.io has a git version control for KiCAD as well as others but this is probably way over the top for what i am looking for (and i prefer to save all my files locally)