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Synchronization of directories is based on DVCS repositories. Git is used for main development and is being tested most thoroughly as the backend storage, but other DVCS such as Mercurial are also supported. dvcs-autosync is comparable to SparkleShare in terms of overall aim, but takes a more minimalistic approach. A single Python script monitors the configured directory for live changes, commits these changes to the DVCS (such as git) and synchronizes with other instances using XMPP messages.
What does it do? ------------------------ Automatically keep DVCS repositories in sync whenever changes happen by automatically committing and pushing/pulling. How does it do it? ------------------------ 0. Set up desktop notifications (for these nice bubble-style popups when anything happens) and log into a Jabber/XMPP account specified in the config file. 1. Monitor a specific path (and its su more»
Version 0.5 * Added Windows and Mac OS/X ports (thanks to Philipp Tölke and Olivier Guerriat, respectively, for the ports!). * Added icon for notification popups (patch by firstname.lastname@example.org via Gitorious, thanks!). Version 0.4 * Debian packaging. * Improved logging and notifications contributed by Dieter Plaetinck. * Added improvements by René 'Necoro' Neumann to make the embedded Ja more»
dvcs-autosync (0.5) unstable; urgency=low * Added icon for dvcs-autosync for pynotify (notification 'bubbles') * Bump standards version and fix Git repo URL to the anonymous version. Closes: #637387: dvcs-autosync: specified Vcs-git is not public accessible -- René Mayrhofer <email@example.com> Wed, 24 Aug 2011 22:15:33 +0200 dvcs-autosync (0.4) unstable; urgency=low * Initial rele more»
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This work was packaged for Debian by: Rene Mayrhofer <firstname.lastname@example.org> on Sat, 19 Mar 2011 22: more»