Sync code with a remote server in real time
Protosync syncs code seamlessly between your local development repo and a remote server.
No more repeated git commits or long rsync commands just to test code out on the server.
pip install protosync
In your remote directory, open a new terminal and enter:
Protosync will then print a command like this:
protosync source 85736c2686be4218ba789a50e2425564
Run this command in your local source directory.
You'll see it print:
Code synced to remote directory
And that's it!
You local code has now been synced to the remote server.
Just enter the same command wheneve you want to sync.
Note: you'll need to keep the remote terminal running for the sync to work.
- Protosync uses your
.gitignorefile to automatically ignore unnecessary files.
- Protosync ignores files larger than 10Mb to prevent syncing of unwanted binaries.
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