I want to be able to sync newer of a local directory structure with a web site using FTP and SFTP in either direction and and preserve file dates and times and an approval list before transferring. (I'm using 6.3) Is there already example code outthere for doing that? If not, is there Windows API way of doing that or something similar?
Something that automatically replicates from one place to another, and or an unmodifiable list of what will be transferred is total garbage for a web developer. They need to be able to skip some folders on the remote from being replicated. It isincredibly common when working on a commercial site to have 20,000 temporary files scattered across several directories that are constantly changing, and sites that are not possible to run in other than the production environment because they are buy
If you're using Linux then rsync fits the bill. Not sure on windows.<I use Windows for web and rsync only on UNIX servers. There is rsync for Windows and many other such programs for Windows but I don't see anything that would work for web development.
and temporary files being built on the server, and a massive list to turn off before synching. Moreover, depending on the site, it is not unusual for the development to occur in the live area because they are buying licensed data by IP number and cryptoIf you're using Linux then rsync fits the bill. Not sure on windows.<I use Windows for web and rsync only on UNIX servers. There is rsync for Windows and many other such programs for Windows but I don't see anything that would work for web development.
The problem with maintaining commercial sites is you have files that are cache and temporary files that have no value. With most IDEs, the only place you can mark what to skip is on the local drive. That does you no good when you have 20,000 cache
Dreamweaver has been able to do that for decades and even identify conflicts when multiple developers are working on the same site. It's the only thing Dreamweaver is useful to us for and I don't want to buy more copies or pay rent for just that. I'drather not reinvent the wheel to replace that capability if I don't have to. I will write it in Clarion to work like DreamWeaver if necessary. What I would need for that is a libssh.dll and a wrapper. I don't see evidence of anyone having done that
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