I ran into an unexpected situation tonight with version control and Framer Cloud.
I had a prototype, call it PrototypeA, which I uploaded to Framer Cloud when I was done, and then checked into source control (Perforce in this case).
Then I branched my code in Perforce to create PrototypeB—this effectively created a duplicate copy of the code but in a new directory with a new name.
Then I opened PrototypeB in Framer, made some changes, and uploaded that to Framer Cloud, expecting it to create a new prototype, but instead it updated PrototypeA in the cloud (adding a new version to the existing one).
So, two questions:
1. can I undo this, so PrototypeA in the cloud is as it was previously (effectively, can I delete a single version)?
2. how can I prevent this happening again? (I assume there is some metadata stashed in a file that controls where it uploads to).
And bonus question 2a: is branching a prototype not a good idea? Are there other metadata settings that get copied that really should be uniquely created for each project?