drsync is a Perl wrapper for rsync which keeps track of the filelist between synchronizations. If you delete a file in one place, it will delete it in the other place; if you add a file, it copies to the other place. It is ideal for notebook users who want to keep data in two (or more) different places. It is also good for the Linux PDAs (Agenda, iPAQ, Yopi, etc.), to keep data synchronized with the desktop. The requirements are designed to be minimum.
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This program was into a Perl module, making it possible to use its features from any Perl script. Some code cleanup was also done.
No changes have been submitted for this release.
Release Notes: Support for rsync 2.5.2, --backup and --suffix commandline options, and documentation tweaks.
Release Notes: Verbose operation fixes, support for the --progress option of rsync, and rsync error handling.
Release Notes: Perl 5.005 support, ability to create directories if necessary, --verbose behaviour changes, and new "Command-line Switches", "How it works", and short-term and long-term TODO-s in the manual.