DirSync for Linux Publisher's description
from Mario Viara
DirSync is a directory synchronizer.
DirSync is a directory synchronizer. It takes two arguments: the source directory and the destination directory.
It recursively makes the two directories identical. DirSync can be used to make an incremental copy of large data. For example, if your file server is in the /data you can make a copy in /backup with the command dirsync /data /backup.
The first time, all data will be copied, but when you issue the command again, only the changed files are copied.
What's New in This Release:В· Fixed: A typo fixed in the GUI (thanks to M.S. for reporting).
В· Added: New option in the 'Options window' to set the default path for log files to the program folder (thanks to Dave P. for suggestion/reporting)
В· Added: New option in the 'Options window' to set the default path for config files to the program folder.
В· Added: New button to clean the messages log (thanks to M.S. for suggestion).
В· Added: New option in the 'Dir Settings tab' to enable/disable logging for the directory profile.
В· Added: New option in the 'Default Settings tab' to disable/enable logging when the directory profile is set to default settings.
В· Added: The update dialog shows now the major changes since the last version.
В· Improved: Illegal characters in the directory profile label are now replaced with '_' when using the label as a file name for logging. (thanks to John Erik Setsaas for reporting).
В· Fixed: Default logging for directory profiles is now set back to 'disabled'. (thanks to Carlos for reporting)
В· Fixed: Warnings on bidirectional conflict resolution are now shown properly (Thanks to B. Hata for reporting).
В· Fixed: Some textual errors are fixed in the Help files (Thanks to B. Hata for reporting).
System Requirements:No special requirements.
Program Release Status: Minor Update
Program Install Support: Install and Uninstall