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Documentation for JKSynchro 1.0

JKSynchro 1.0  Utility for synchronizing Directories

powered by delphi 5
 © 2000 by Jan W. Krieger-http://www.jkrieger.de
 All Rights Reserved

THIS SOFTWARE IS FREEWARE SO FEEL FREE TO COPY IT TO ANY OF YOUR FRIENDS !!!


Download

  • download jksynchro.zip (262 kB)
  • unzip to any directory (use WinZIP, Powerarchiver, or any tool that may read WinZIP-Files)
  • use by executing synchro.exe


Description

This is an easy-to-use utility which synchronizes two directories and (if you wish to) all their subdirectories. After using it both (or just one) of the selected directories contain the latest (according to the files' date) version of the files. In addition, if a file didn't exists in one of the two directories, it will be copied, so it exists in both.


Usage

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    1. Chose the two directories you want to synchronize. Type their names into the two fields labeled 'Directory', or select them by clicking on the button on the righthand side in these fields.
    2. If you wish not to copy any files into one of these two directories, then clear one of the two checkboxes labeled 'copy files to this loaction'. This enables you to keep one directory untouched.
    3. If you just wish to update the files in one directory (only existing files are overwritten, no files will be newly created) you may check one of the two checkboxes labeled 'copy existing files only'.
    4. Now you may enter a mask that differs from '*.*', if just want to copy specific files. For example to synchronize only your Word-Files you should type '*.doc'.
    5. If you don't want the subdirectories to be synchronized you'll have to clear the checkbox 'include subdirectories'.
    6. You may cause the programm to ask you whether it should overwrite or copy a file by checking the checkbox labeled 'ask when overwriting/copying a file'.
    7. Now there's only one thing left: Click on 'Synchronize' and wait for the utility to finish processing your instructions.

    8.  
    JKSynchronize always keeps you on the running about what's happening:
    1. it puts out some kind of status messages in the status field and
    2. it suplies you with a progress bar (left bottom) which informs you about the progress when copiing a bigger file.

     
     

programm and documentation Copyright © 2000 by Jan W. Krieger
last update: november the 13th  2000
please excuse my sometimes really bad english ;-)
 
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