A Mac OS X graphical front end for the utility rsync.

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  • All great, but need a way to keep error log open while browsing finder.

  • Brazilian Portuguese issue: arRsync has a character set problem. If you copy a .txt file containing the word "ação 1" inside, to a NTFS-3g (MacFUSE) external HD, the word "ação 1" will turn into "a√ß√£o 1". I'm pretty sure that this problem could be solved by the command "rsync --iconv=utf8,iso88591". Unfortunately the frontend has no such option.

  • Great app - but doesn't seem to work on Mountain Lion

  • Great app arrsync

  • This application has been really useful for me! A small suggestion for improvement, though, it would be nice to have some semi-automatic backup functionality, in which one can specify some presets to periodically pop-up a window—if it hasn't been backed up in a while—and ask the user if they want to perform a backup now.

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Additional Project Details

Languages

English

Intended Audience

Advanced End Users, End Users/Desktop

User Interface

Cocoa (MacOS X)

Programming Language

Objective C

Registered

2006-03-10