On Tue, Mar 27, 2012 at 12:22 PM, ma...@behnke.biz <ma...@behnke.biz> wrote:
> > > rene7705 <rene7...@gmail.com> hat am 27. März 2012 um 12:16 geschrieben: > > > On Tue, Mar 27, 2012 at 12:08 PM, rene7705 <rene7...@gmail.com> wrote: > > > I've done a search for "rsync windows", and I get some rsync apps > > > allright, but it's not clear to me yet how I would use these windows > rsync > > > clones to get done what I want. > > > > > > > oh, one more thing; I just found that I won't always be working on the > > windows dev server's ...\htdocs\code, sometimes i'll find myself working > on > > the /code copy in one of the /sites/[domainname]/code on the windows 7 > dev > > system. how would I use a modern source control system to distribute the > > code from one of the subdomains to all other locations? > > Well, I guess google on rsync man page or read the documentation of these > tools OR write to a mailing list that focusses on the use of linux tools. > Then go and read about cron jobs or git/svn/putyoutoolhere > post-receive/post-commit hooks or anything like that. > > > Ok, I'll be reading everything I can find on rsync today, but I don't think I wanna use auto-updates from cron, instead I want to hit an icon on my desktop to start the update, either on only the windows system, or from the windows system to all the unix domain directories..