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  1. Last night, I discovered that one of my source code repo's had been lost. Today, I confirmed that I had no backup of that repo. I am feeling poorly now because I know that it was my fault. I should have had a backup process in place to prevent this type of loss. So now I am wondering, what is your data backup process? How do you ensure your data is not lost in the worst case scenario?
  2. Did anyone else already try the git (EGit?) integration of CCS v6? When I commit it via CCS menu option, CR/LF formatting of the source code is updated, which completely screws up diffs. CCS still saves files with CR/LF, the reformatting only happens at commit time. This does not happen when I edit files in CCS but commit via github's command line shell. Is this a bug/feature of CCS (or EGit). Did I miss a setting somewhere?
  3. I'm trying to start keeping my MSP430 code as clean as most of my other projects. Also, I'd like to release some projects on GitHub. But I'm finding it to be quite difficult. Problem is, in a project that uses CCS and Grace, a single main.c explodes into (at a first approximation) 1.54 bazillion files. Some of them are generated on every build, some are not. I'm looking for advice, preferably in the form of a .gitignore file