orite - an opinionated Python rsync wrapper
An opinionated rsync wrapper written in Python
The purpose of orite is to synchronise folders and files between a remote and local server.
To do this using orite run:
To do this using rsync run:
rsync --human-readable --info=flist --stats --archive --verbose --partial -ic --progress --dry-run /Users/username/Documents/websites/site_name/stack/folder/ firstname.lastname@example.org:/root/stack/folder --exclude-from="exclude.txt"
This project is an effort to centralise a sync approach, configure once, add options, and make it simple.
ōrite is a Māori word for ʻthe same’
It's pronounced like this rather than ‘oh-right’.
FTP apps like Transmit and Cyberduck are good apps and can synchronise content, but they are slow.
The CLI tool rsync is brilliant for this purpose in that it is lightning quick. The problem is that there is a lot to type in. There are a lot of flags to remember, as well as the username, IP address, the remote path, and the exclude file path. I also find it hard to remember to include a slash on the local and exclude a slash on the remote path. Meaning one can copy the entire repo into the wrong folder or just loose amongst your other stuff.
I used to do this kind of thing using Git and a Python library called fabric. Running the fabfile would commit, push, login to the remote server and then pull and restart. Whilst it was accurate it was a little clunky and again not super fast. I moved on from that to running a straight shell script. I ended up with variations of this script in each folder I made.
This is where orite came in.
pip install orite
Or download the orite folder and alias orite.py in your bash profile.
alias orite='python3 path-to-orite-folder/orite.py'
How to run?
Run orite in the directory above the folder that you would like to sync.
If you haven't used orite in this directory you will be prompted to lay down a config file and a exclude file.
By default, orite will run in dry-run mode. Use the
-r flag to override this and do a sync for real.
The help menu can be seen using
See issues for enhancements.
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