[TxMt] Feature Req: "Save a Copy as" in File Menu

Kai Vermehr k at eboy.com
Tue Jan 31 21:08:47 UTC 2006

thanks Allan, this is much better than native!!!

On 30.01.2006, at 22:37, Allan Odgaard wrote:

> On 28/1/2006, at 22:18, Kai Vermehr wrote:
>> it would be great to have the choice to save a copy of the current  
>> document. This way, I could make an easy backup while continuing  
>> to work on the original.
>> Or is there an alternative solution?
> While it might be good to have as a native feature (as it's sort of  
> “standard”) what you can do for now is create a new command.
> For that command set the input to “Entire Document” and let the  
> command e.g. be:
>    cat >"$(date +%Y-%m-%dT%H:%M:%S)_${TM_FILENAME:-untitled}"
> That will then write the entire document into a file named as the  
> current, but putting current date and time as prefix. So should be  
> useful for quickly making a backup of current file.
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