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I've started working on an existing app and the only copy of the code is in SalesForce. How do I back this up (export it) such that I can rollback to this original code if I make a mess?

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There are the following options you could use to backup or add version control to your Salesforce configuration or Apex code:

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  1. Only editing code or making configuration can change in a Sandbox or Developer Edition. This actually keeps your changes sever from your production instance in case something goes wrong, and if the Sandbox gets too messed up, you can always refresh it from production and start clean.
  2. Subversion can be used through the Eclipse IDE for version control. 
  3. You can also create multiple Sandboxes.

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