Jul 20, 2023

Background process that watches Git repositories and backs up data

Dura is a background process that watches your Git repositories and commits your uncommitted changes without impacting HEAD, the current branch, or the Git index staged files. If you ever get into an “oh snap!” situation where you think you just lost days of work, checkout a dura branch and recover.

Without dura, you use Ctrl-Z in your editor to get back to a good state. That’s so 2021. Computers crash and Ctrl-Z only works on files independently. Dura snapshots changes across the entire repository as-you-go, so you can revert to “4 hours ago” instead of “hit Ctrl-Z like 40 times or whatever”.

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