ZonamaDev - how to identify all the files you changed?

Dec 8, 2011
Hi guys.  I've been playing around a bunch lately and want to save my files and redo ZonamaDev so it's fresh and will have all the latest code from the SWGEmu team.  However I don't even know what all I changed (lol I'm really bad at keep track or being orderly in any way).

Is there an easy what even identify which files I changed?  How about compare the files afterwards?  I read on here somewhere 

"[font=wf_segoe-ui_normal,]on the zonamdev build under applications menu > development... you will see meld. it allows you to compare to files side by side and copy certain changes across[/font]

and copied the post for later, though I don't seem to have that drop down.  Ideally I would like to identify all the changes I made so I can replicate them, slowly, after I have the new code in.

Thanks.  Any help is much appreciated.
Jan 16, 2015
Anything I have changed I commit to my own GIT repository and push it to GITHUB so I can view the changes on there by clicking on the commit name. It shows all the files that have changed and have been added during that commit.


New Member
Mar 25, 2012
Something like below should work :

find -type f -mtime -30 -exec ls -l {} \; > last30days.txt

-type f is files
-mtime -30 is modified in the last 30 days
-exec ls -l will execute a directory listing
\ is the directory you want to look in
> last30days.txt will send the output of the ls command to a text file.