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ZonamaDev - how to identify all the files you changed?
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Hi guys.  I've been playing around a bunch lately and want to save my files and redo ZonamaDev so it's fresh and will have all the latest code from the SWGEmu team.  However I don't even know what all I changed (lol I'm really bad at keep track or being orderly in any way).

Is there an easy what even identify which files I changed?  How about compare the files afterwards?  I read on here somewhere 

"on the zonamdev build under applications menu > development... you will see meld. it allows you to compare to files side by side and copy certain changes across

and copied the post for later, though I don't seem to have that drop down.  Ideally I would like to identify all the changes I made so I can replicate them, slowly, after I have the new code in.

Thanks.  Any help is much appreciated.
 
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#2
Anything I have changed I commit to my own GIT repository and push it to GITHUB so I can view the changes on there by clicking on the commit name. It shows all the files that have changed and have been added during that commit.
 
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#3
Something like below should work :

find -type f -mtime -30 -exec ls -l {} \; > last30days.txt

-type f is files
-mtime -30 is modified in the last 30 days
-exec ls -l will execute a directory listing
\ is the directory you want to look in
> last30days.txt will send the output of the ls command to a text file.
 
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