There must be a better way to make backups _and_ *restore* them
I often switch between Pythonista Beta and 2.0 (or 1.5 as it were), and because my iPad is only 16Gb, I can't download both concurrently (though I'm pretty sure this isn't an option anyhow??))
There has to be a better way to:
- Make backups (as a zip for eg), and more importantly
- Restore said backups!
I used @omz PythonistaBackup to make a 300Mb zip file,
Backup.zip. How do I:
- get this into Pythonista (beta)
- extract it
- (Preferably) avoid manually moving and copying the files from
~/Documents/Backup(or wherever the extracted zip files are)
There are a ton of dropbox / ftp / webdav / ssh / gist / git solutions for transferring files back and forth. They all probably could use improvement, but pick your favorite, and make it better.
For extracting, stash works well.