Solved issue in rsync_project and implemented downstream synchronization #839

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@apbarrero
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When parsing for rsync address, the variable being parsed was 'env.host' instead of local 'host' which holds the actual value to be used.

Downstream synchronization option implemented.

@bitprophet
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Why did you mix up a bugfix and a feature in the same PR? 😢 (link)

I'll cherry pick the bugfix part for now; the feature itself looks OK but I need to test it & it needs a changelog entry too.

@bitprophet bitprophet added a commit that referenced this pull request Feb 27, 2013
@bitprophet bitprophet Fixes bug part of #839 8495fbe
@apbarrero
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Sorry for the mixing up. Disclaimer: first PR. Thanks for the reference link.

About the feature, I got it working in my environment but had problems to run tests locally, so I couldn't debug so far. Still working on it.

@apbarrero apbarrero closed this Mar 1, 2013
@bitprophet
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@apbarrero No worries, that's why I added the link ;)

Please do make a new PR once you have the inverse-rsync stuff documented/tested/whatever. (Testing this part of things isn't 100% required right now, since it requires external programs/systems, but recording results of manual tests in-ticket would be awesome.)

Thanks!

@apbarrero
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New PR done. I filed a new issue before, so to get a number to reference in the changelog. Then I noticed the PR created a new issue itself. I'm kind of confused on how to proceed in this case :/

Thank you for maintaining this great tool!

@bitprophet
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Yea, "Issues" and "Pull Requests" are muddled together unfortunately, PRs are effectively just a special case of Issue, are given Issue numbers and so forth. I closed the "extra" ticket so only the real PR is left now. Will poke at it momentarily, thanks!

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