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Synchorep is an opensource software to synchronize two directories, that mean reporting all modifications of one to the other and vice versa. At the end of synchronization, both directories will be strictly the same.
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README.md

Synchrorep

Synchorep is an opensource software to synchronize two directories, that means reporting all modifications of one to the other and vice versa. At the end of synchronization, both directories will be strictly the same.

This is useful mainly for nomads who work with a laptop or usb key but may interest also users who want to gain time with the use of differential copy.

Compilation on Ubuntu 18.04+

You must install some dependencies:

$ sudo apt-get install libgtk2.0-dev
$ sudo apt-get install libsqlite3-dev
$ sudo apt-get install libnautilus-extension-dev

And make :

$ make all
$ sudo make install

Usage

Note : Synchrorep requires a nautilus or KDE desktop environment

To launch configuration

type in a terminal :

$ synchrorep --config

Or launch synchrorep icon in Gnome "Activity" window

To start synchronization

(for example for "/home/me" directory) in terminal

$ synchrorep --execute /home/me

Or rigth click on folder in a nautilus window and choose "Synchronize..."

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