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Re: [newtech-1] rsync error codes

From: Devon M.
Sent on: Monday, May 12, 2008 4:23 PM
I, personally, find it annoying when common conditions like this are reported as "errors" and I'm presented with a prompt I then always answer exactly the same way - why not include a flag that says "go ahead and create any missing directories without asking me"?

On 5/12/08, EddieN <[address removed]> wrote:
People:

I'm working on an app that will use rsync to do the uploading of files to a number of servers, and I now need to expand its functionality. Two of the things I want to add is:

  • if the file you want to upload is in a subfolder on the local machine that does not exist on the remote machine, rsync should report this to the front-end as an error (and perhaps prompt you with the option "Do you want to create the subfolder on the remote machine?")
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Devon McCormick, CFA
^me^ at acm.
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