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A wrapper around rsync to simplify continuous sychnronization of remote directories

Project description

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SuckleSync
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Sucklesync allows you to subscribe to remote directories, using rsync to
synchronize the directories locally. It only synchronizes files that
aren't actively changing.

Sucklesync (currently) requires Python 2.

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Installation
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Run:
pip install sucklesync

Or:
sudo ./setup.py install

To configure sucklesync, save the configuration template to any of
the following paths, as preferred for your local configuration:
* /etc/sucklesync.cfg
* /usr/local/etc/sucklesync.cfg
* ~/.sucklesync.cfg
* ./sucklesync.cfg

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