rsync.py mimics rsync. It can copy selective parts of a folder to a destination folder and can remove parts of the destination folder that do not correspond to parts of the original folder.
|Tags||Archiving backup Mirroring|
|Operating Systems||Windows OS Independent|
Release Notes: This release fixes an incompatibility of rsync.py with its own doc and with rsync, in which rsync.py was accepting the -t and --time flag instead of the -t and --times ones as written in its doc or as rsync. This version accepts, for compatiblity reason, the -t, --times, and --time flags. This release also fixes a problem with certain sinks.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug that occurred when the exclude and delete flags were used together. (The excluded files were not deleted from the target folders.) This version should also be compatible with Python 1.5.2 on Unix and Mac OS.
No changes have been submitted for this release.