Committing and Commit History
ZapWorks Studio automatically saves your progress as you work on a project.
Key stages in development can be marked by creating commits - these record the exact state of a project at the current point in time and can be returned to in the future.
Creating a Commit
Commits are created by clicking on the commit button at the top left-hand side of ZapWorks Studio.
A message must be entered for each commit - use this to describe the changes made between this and any previous commit.
Each commit records the entire state of the project, including all subsymbols.
Reverting to a Commit
The Commit History button that can be found in the ZapWorks' menu located in the top left opens a window showing all of the previous commits in a project.
Double-clicking on a commit in the list returns the project to its state at the time of that commit.
It's important to commit regularly - this way you have a record of the development of a project and can undo mistakes if necessary.
Write descriptive commit messages in case it's necessary to revert to a commit in the future.