This update fixes some bugs that are listed below:
fix: bug fix NullReferenceException in FilesToSynchronizeCollector.cs 238
fix: fixing problem when a foreign file exists unchanged, and the own file was deleted in the database (then no synchronization was performed before)
fix: problems with an assert condition which distinguished between lower case and upper case in file names
fix: issue when a directory was deleted, and recreated with the same name again: the removed attribute of this directory was not re-set then to false
chg: changing the action description from updating to visiting... read more
This update fixes a critical bug in the filter system, a problem when the user wants to cancel complex actions, and a performance problem with a large number of files to synchronize. See the change log for details.
Syncoco (Synchronize two computers) is a file synchronization tools that synchronizes one or more directories between two computers (see below: "Why only two computers?"). Unless other file synchronization tools, it does not need an online connection between the two computers. Instead, a data medium (like a memory stick, CD-RW) can be used for synchronization. The size of this transfer medium can be much smaller than the size of the directory structure you want to keep synchronized, since only changed/missing files are transferred. For an overview and screenshots please visit http://syncoco.sourceforge.net... read more
This update fixes a minor bug that was caused by a broken parent-child hierarchy.
In addition, the quickstart manual was updated.
Besides some bug fixes, improvements were made in the following areas:
- better synchronizing stragegy (no overwrite of files that can be later used as source files for other overwrite or copy actions)
- colored action items in synchronizing list box
- synchronizing list box is now sortable
Syncoco 18.104.22.168 was initially released! Syncoco is a file synchronization tool written in C# that keeps one or more directories between two computers synchronously. Unless other synchronization tools, it does not require a direct connection between the computers. Instead, it uses a data medium, like a memory stick, for transferring the files. Since only changes of the file systems are transferred, the transfer medium can be much smaller than the size of the file systems itself. Delete, copy, and moving of files is supported. Conflicts (same file changed on both computers) have to be resolved manually. For further information, refer to the Syncoco homepage at http://syncoco.sourceforge.net .