Uploading some to sourceforge now is taking a long time. Might want to see what we can do here.
|35 $ pwd
|36 $ du ./ -h
Are you using full upload or rsync or similar? Many things shouldn't really change.
But the file creation date will change at each new build of the docs. Then the only way to figure out what to upload would be by maintaining a hash list. no fun
Rsync will do incremental update. I was just doing a full upload of these 'by hand' with an sftp GUI since I had to delete a folder. It's really only for the two new examples to be there for people to look over during merge/review.
If it's only once in a while, then it might not be worth it to get very fancy.
Is there a way to upload or transport in compressed form. use zip and unzip or tell rsync to transport as gzipped directories ?
I used zip files a lot for uploading with painful course web servers, that allowed unzipping on the server.
Closing this since we've use rsync for quite some time now.