Manual Reference Pages - GRSYNC (1)
GRSYNC - GTK+ frontend for rsync
grsync [-e] [-s] [session_name]
grsync -i session_file_name
GRSYNC is a graphical interface using GTK2 for the rsync command line program.
It currently supports the most important rsync features and can be used effectively for local directory synchronization.
You can specify a session to load instead of the default one, by typing it as a command line option.
The "-e" commandline option automatically executes the session and closes grsync when finished, unless an error has been encountered.
You can have grsync stay open anyway using the "-s" option (even if the session run has been successfull).
The alternative syntax, using the "-i" switch, will open the "import session" dialog on the file you specified as argument.
GRSYNC was written by Piero Orsoni <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
This manual page was written by Daniel Baumann
<email@example.com>, for the Debian project (but may be used
Updated by Piero Orsoni.
|1.0.0 ||GRSYNC (1) ||2010-01-07 |
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