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Re: Offline sync rool a la rsync ?

On Wed, 17 Jan 2001, Gregor Hoffleit wrote:

> I'm looking for a tool like rsync that's able to work in offline mode.
> Imagine a machine has no internet connection, but keeps a repository of
> files. At another machine, there's a second instance of that repository. Now
> I'd like to be able to use e.g. a zip disk to carry the changes from one
> site to the other and back.
> In the simplest case, I could keep a filelist of both repositories on the
> zip disk, and every time a file is in the local repository, but not in the
> other, it would be copied to the disk. More elaborate versions of the
> algorithm could involve checksums and/or date checks.
> Does something like this already exist ?

Look at apt-zip, for hints.

Version: 3.12
GCS d- s: a-- c+++ UL++++ P+ L++++ !E W+ M o+ K- W--- !O M- !V PS--
PE++ Y+ PGP++ t* 5++ X+ tv b+ D++ G e h*! !r z?
Adam Heath <doogie@debian.org>        Finger Print | KeyID
67 01 42 93 CA 37 FB 1E    63 C9 80 1D 08 CF 84 0A | DE656B05 PGP
AD46 C888 F587 F8A3 A6DA  3261 8A2C 7DC2 8BD4 A489 | 8BD4A489 GPG
-----END PGP INFO-----

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