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JS Bin is a great tool for quickly throwing together examples and sharing them with others. However, as I modify the code, it would be ideal to be able to send others a permanent link to the "head" revision rather than having to continuously update them (or my notes).


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Im not sure about JS Bin been able to do so however I can offer you an alternative


Example http://jsfiddle.net/ZRvJG/

Edits: http://jsfiddle.net/ZRvJG/1/

Hope this helps


If you sign up to js fiddle you can set the "base revision"


Meaning if you dont have the /1/ on the end or what ever number it will show the base version - which you could set to the head

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Very very cool... although it's still not doing what I wanted. If I go to jsfiddle.net/ZRvJG I see your first edit. The head currently has an altogether uninteresting message to you. – John Berryman May 26 '11 at 21:01
@John sorry clearly miss read that question, see edit – Matt May 27 '11 at 8:10

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