First of all, many thanks for this nice piece of software !
I am actually building a pygtk frontend to rsync + rsyncrypto.
I was having some troubles on the newest (and crappiest) microsoft
To support old applications, windows xp style directories (my documents,
application data, and so forth) are implemented in Windows Vista using
some kind of symlink, called "junction".
And rsyncrypto actually choke on such file, giving a "input/output
I am actually going around this problem by using the --filelist option.
The actual filelist is generated by the following python code:
myfile = open( filelist, "w" )
except Exception, detail:
print 'IO error ', detail
for root, dirs, files in os.walk( path ):
for f in files:
p = os.path.join( root, f)
myfile.write( os.path.join(root, f )+"\n")
It would be nice if rsyncrypto can handle (meaning ignore) this kind of
file more graciously.
Keep up the good work
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