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Sitecopy is for easily maintaining remote web sites. The program will upload files to the server which have changed locally, and delete files from the server which have been removed locally, to keep the remote site synchronized with the local site with a single command.

Supported protocols: sftp/ssh, rsh/rcp, WebDAV, FTP.

This software is distributed as compressed package. You have to download and manually install it; if prerequisites are required, you will have to manually install them too.

Manual installation

Program is distributed as ZIP package: download to temporary directory and unpack to destination folder, better if in PATH. See below for download link(s).

Create \HOME\DEFAULT\.sitecopyrc file and \HOME\DEFAULT\.sitecopy directory.

Following ones are the download links for manual installation:

Sitecopy v. 0.16.3 (1/4/2006, Franz Bakan) Readme/What's new
This is sitecopy compiled for OS/2 / eComStation Sitecopy is free software, distributed under the GNU GPL Original homepage: Compiled for OS/2 with gcc335csd1 ( ) Additionaly you need libc061.dll available at: How to build from sources: with a working - which needed AR=G:/Dev/gcc/335csd1/usr/bin/ar.exe it was just: sh configure --prefix=/usr make make install This was the output from configure for version 0.16.3: configure: Configured sitecopy 0.16.3: Install prefix: /usr Compiler: gcc Frontend: Console (executable named 'sitecopy') Supported protocols: sftp/ssh rsh/rcp WebDAV FTP neon library: included libneon (0.26.0) XML Parser: bundled expat in $(top_srcdir)/lib/expat SSL library: SSL support is not enabled Internationalization: Built using native support - Not much tested, but an earlier version (0.16.1) built this way worked for me and my needs. For usage and more info see usr\doc\sitecopy\README and the 'man-page' ( usr\man\man1\sitecopy.1 ) or the html-version of the man-page usr\doc\sitecopy\sitecopy.html which was generated using man2html (perlscript) ( 4. April 2006
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