Why do you need version history?
Creating a game can be quite a journey, with numerous updates along the way. And, as you might expect, tricky bugs can sometimes pop up too. When you find yourself stumped and can't figure out the root of the problem, it might be a good idea to roll back to a previous version and start fresh with new features. That's when the version history function comes in handy.
How to manage Version History in Gandi IDE?
In the Gandi IDE, you can open the version history window in the toolbar next to the stage area.
Local Storage is a restore point stored locally on the device. If you change devices, you will not be able to see these restore points.
There are two ways to save restore points in Local Storage, automatic and manual.
During the creative process, Gandi IDE will automatically generate some restore points. You can usually identify them by their names.
Of course, you can create restore points manually.
When you click on a restore point, you will open the project at that time. You can choose to restore to this version or return to the latest version.
You can get cloud storage of a project in different devices with your account.
You can manually create a cloud restore point.
When you publish a new version, there will be a new cloud restore point.