Code Files and Revisions
Every Code Block has a Master Code File that holds your Active Code and any additional code revisions that you have saved. Every time you hit the Save button, CJT will also save a revision for you. This allows you to go to any of your revisions and make it Active.
One of CJT PLUS’s most powerful features (within a Code Block) is its internal structure based on what we call Code Files. Besides being able to swap between Active and Revision Code Files, this also allows you to create your own User Code Files so you can manage your code more efficiently. You can now have Code Blocks acting like mini projects.
NOTE: Only CJT PLUS will save Revisions, and allow you to create your own User Code Files. Purchase CJT PLUS.
The example below shows one Code Block along with its Master Code File.
Code Block #1
Within Code Block #1, there is a default Master Code File that holds the Active Code and 2 additional saved revisions.
The example below shows a lot more organisation. There are 3 Code Blocks with each having a default Master Code File.
Code Block #1
Additional to the Master Code File, you will notice Code Block #1 also has a User-created Code File. The Master Code File holds the Active Code and an additional 2 saved revisions. The User-created Code File holds the Active Code and 3 saved revisions.
Code Block #2
Code Block #2 only contains the default Master Code File, which in turn holds the Active Code and an additional 2 saved revisions.
Code Block #3
Code Block #3 has both the Master Code File and a User-created Code File. They both hold the Active Code and a saved revision each.