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File synchronizing


Does anyone have any simple ideas (or complicated if it's the only
idea) how to create a program that can synchronize file directories/
repositories? Ideally files should be able to be added, deleted and
updated in directories. I thought about creating "images" of the
directories to be synchronized but I'm struggling with this idea.

Help is much appreciated.

aca04@shef.ac.uk wrote:
> Does anyone have any simple ideas (or complicated if it's the only
> idea) how to create a program that can synchronize file directories/
> repositories? Ideally files should be able to be added, deleted and
> updated in directories. I thought about creating "images" of the
> directories to be synchronized but I'm struggling with this idea.

Is there a C++ language question here that I'm not seeing?  If not,
try 'comp.programming' for general questions on algorithms.

aca04@shef.ac.uk wrote:
> Does anyone have any simple ideas (or complicated if it's the only
> idea) how to create a program that can synchronize file directories/
> repositories? Ideally files should be able to be added, deleted and
> updated in directories. I thought about creating "images" of the
> directories to be synchronized but I'm struggling with this idea.

> Help is much appreciated.

<OT>
   Why reinvent the wheel? Try svn (subversion).
</OT>

   Apart from that, this group deals with standard C++ only,
so you are (way) off topic.

HTH,
- J.

> Is there a C++ language question here that I'm not seeing?  If not,
> try 'comp.programming' for general questions on algorithms.

Thanks I will.

> Apart from that, this group deals with standard C++ only,
> so you are (way) off topic.

> HTH,
> - J.

Well I am trying to create this program in C++.

aca04@shef.ac.uk wrote:
>> Is there a C++ language question here that I'm not seeing?  If not,
>> try 'comp.programming' for general questions on algorithms.

> Thanks I will.

>> Apart from that, this group deals with standard C++ only,
>> so you are (way) off topic.

>> HTH,
>> - J.

> Well I am trying to create this program in C++.

By analogy: If I am trying to cook fish on an electrical stove,
should I ask about that in sci.physics.electromag?
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> Does anyone have any simple ideas (or complicated if it's the only
> idea) how to create a program that can synchronize file directories/
> repositories? Ideally files should be able to be added, deleted and
> updated in directories. I thought about creating "images" of the
> directories to be synchronized but I'm struggling with this idea.

> Help is much appreciated.

subversion, which does exactly this, is open source.
http://subversion.tigris.org/

As it is, you may just be able to use subversion as is and not have to do
anything.  There is a command line interface you can call, or you can use
something else (for windows I use the client tortoisesvn which is a windows
shell hook).

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