Quick and Dirty Sync 0.1

Quick and Dirty Sync tries to make two directories the same by comparing files sizes and copying new or changed files across.

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LICENSE TYPE:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
USER RATING:
3.5/5 17
DEVELOPED BY:
Alexander Schreiber
HOMEPAGE:
qdsync.sourceforge.net
CATEGORY:
ROOT \ Home Automation
Quick and Dirty Sync tries to make two directories the same by comparing files sizes and copying new or changed files across in both directions, meaning you don't need to supply a "from" and "to" directory. Quick and Dirty Sync project works for local and (some) FTP directories.

Your mileage may vary, and all your files may be destroyed. You have been warned.

Requirements:

lns.http requires a sufficiently recent (0.9.4 works)
version of SBCL with:
- SB-THREAD (check *features*)
- SB-BSD-SOCKETS (see (require :sb-bsd-sockets))
Currently, this means that you need to run the whole stack on a Linux 2.6 kernel due to the requirements for SB-THREAD, but work for supporting SB-THREAD for SBCL on Solaris is supposed to be under way and SB-THREAD might work on FreeBSD too.

It also requires lisp-network-server.

Installation:

Load lns.lisp, load http.lisp, then read http.txt and http-example.lisp, load http-example.lisp and play with the example web site.

Last updated on December 19th, 2006

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