Syncronize Directories

Release date: 
Tuesday, 25 May, 2010



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A program to sincronize directories.

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. See below for download link(s).

Following ones are the download links for manual installation:

Syncronize Directories v. 1.10 (3/3/2021, David Azarewicz) Readme/What's new
SyncDir was written by: David Azarewicz SyncDir is freeware. It was written for my own needs, but I am making it available for anyone else to use if it meets thier needs also. I would appreciate an e-mail if you like the program and are using it. SyncDir was tested on ArcaOS on HPFS and JFS filesystems, and on USB drives. SyncDir supports files greater than 2 GiB. The author assumes no liability for damages which may result from the use SyncDir. Use SyncDir at your own risk. Installation ------------ Simply put syncdir.exe in a directory that is in your PATH. Usage ----- If you execute syncdir with no arguments, it will print a help message: SyncDir V1.10 2021-Mar-03 Syncronize Directories Written by David Azarewicz Usage: syncdir [options] SourceDirectory TargetDirectory Options: -a : Add files -c : Use 'different' instead of 'older' for replace -d : Delete files -e : Everything (same as -a -d -r -s -c) -f : Force copy/delete on write protected and locked files -h : Ignore hidden files -p : Prompt before making a change -r : Replace older files -s : Include subdirectories -u : Update (same as -a -d -r) -l : Keep EA litter -E : Don't copy EAs -v : Verbose -2 : Skip files >2GB -L : Only do files >2GB -? : Display this message --help : Display this message Syncronizes one directory to another based on the specified options. The TargetDirectory must already exist. If the specified Target is only a drive (ie. 'c:'), then the entire path on the Target drive is assumed to be the same as on the Source drive. No files are added to the Target unless the -a switch is used. No files are deleted from the Target unless the -d switch is used. No files are replaced in the Target unless the -r switch is used. By default, -r only copies files if the file in the Source is newer than the file in the Target. Files are copied if they are different, even if the file in the Target is newer if -c is used. This program only compares file sizes and dates, and does not compare file contents. Supports files greater than 2GB.
Syncronize Directories v. 1.5 (25/5/2010, David Azarewicz)
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