Projects / DirsSync


DirsSync is a python tool to synchronise 2 directories. This application will synchronise all the files and all the sub-directories, and prompt the user to confirm all the moves.

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  •  08 Nov 2003 20:43

    Release Notes: Lots of new features were added, such as one-way synchronization with possible deletion, synchronization according to time or file size, and internationalization.

    •  18 Sep 2003 21:37

      Release Notes: RFE 722547 (one-way updates) is implemented. OnCOPY() is renamed to OnSync(). RFE 741345 part 2 (allow deletion of files) is implemented. panellist.mkdir() creates a trailing directory if necessary. SyncAction() has been added, and OnSync is refactored and enhanced. A docstring which explains Windows idiosyncrasies has been created. logger-to-file was only used for testing purposes and has been deleted. The definition of True and False has been compacted for Python < 2.3. Transfer.__init__ arguments: comparison changed to options. Comparison wxChoice has been fixed to select the first element in list.

      •  12 Apr 2003 20:28

        Release Notes: A filtering feature was added: by creating a ".dirsync" file in the directory you can inform DirsSync to not synchronize certain files. A Win32 binary package was created. Some minor bugfixes were made.

        •  09 Jan 2002 16:58

          Release Notes: Minor changes were made regarding the creation of directories.

          •  15 Jan 2001 12:56

            Release Notes: Initial release.


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