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As I said: if the file system or an appropriate daemon hasn't watched the changes, there is no tool which could report those to you. No evidence without witness....
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    Linux User Manko10's Avatar
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    As I said: if the file system or an appropriate daemon hasn't watched the changes, there is no tool which could report those to you. No evidence without witness.
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    Correct.
    The suggestion to use a version control system was for the future.
    You must always face the curtain with a bow.

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    How could I eventually check if there is a versioned file system on those files?

    Thanks again guys!!

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    Have you read the Wikipedia pages I linked?
    If you had, you would've known that the file system has nothing to do with the files themselves.
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