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How to clone my projects to Github

Thus far I've been writing code and I haven't seen a way to revert to a prior state. I'm getting anxious not knowing if my code base will be safe from any unforseen issues. I want to back up all I've written to my Github account but I can't even find a branch id I can refer to to do the cloning and no UI indicating that possibility. How do I back up my code without having to manually copy/paste?

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As far as I know, there's no way. My personal workflow is as follows: I write my code locally in Visual Studio and have a repository for it there. I then send files to the QC terminal via the VS plugin. I'm not sure there's a way you can reverse this and pull files out of the QC terminal.

Happy to be corrected though!

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Do you know if there's a plugin for VS Code or do I have to install the full VS?

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To my knowledge there is no plugin for VS Code. Not sure if you can use the VS plugin in VS Code - if you can't then you'll have to either write your own or simply install the full VS.

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We're working on a dropbox-icon like application which will upload all projects data. Essentially the plugins are just doing this - so we're trying to make an IDE agnostic way to do that request.

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There is a command line utility that I used in the past to keep QC in sync with local developments. 

https://www.quantconnect.com/forum/discussion/2883/lean-command-line-utility-for-syncing-amp-running-backtests/p1

 

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