Creating a Version Controlled Model
Version controlled models use the .base_msim file format. This format creates separate files for the components and attachments in your model, making it is easier to track their changes in a revison control system.
There are two ways to create a version controlled model: from a blank file or from an existing model.
To create a model from a blank file:
Select File > New > Model.
Click Save File (
Browse to the directory you want to save the model in.
Enter the model name in the File name field.
Select Version Controlled MapleSim Model (*.base_msim) from the Files of type list.
To save an existing model as a version controlled model:
From the File menu, select Save As... .
A new directory is created with the name you entered in the File name field. In this directory is a <modelname>.base_msim file, where <modelname> is the name you entered in the File name field, and two subdirectories called Attachments and Components. For more information, see Version Controlled MapleSim Model File Format.
After you have created your model, you can control what changes to save by enabling and using the selective save feature. For more information, see The Selective Save Feature.
Revision Control Support for Models and Libraries
Version Controlled MapleSim Model File Format
Opening a Version Controlled Model or Library
Compare Models Tool: Details
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