I urgently need to backup (and version control) my by now relative 
elaborate salt config.

The plan is to manage it in a `git` repo in a dedicated Vm (whether I push 
it to some private online repo still needs some contemplation).
A shell script will
a) copy/sync the salt dir to the `git` vm
b) execute git add/commit(and possibly push) there

>From this proposition the need arises to sync an entire directory from 
`dom0` to the `git` vm. I found 
`https://www.qubes-os.org/doc/copy-from-dom0/` and consequently `qvm-copy-to-vm 
<target_vm> <file>` ...
I can see a workflow of packing the salt dir to a *.zip or some such, 
copying that, unpacking it on the `git` vm through `qrexec` and preoceeding 
with git operations ... somewhat inelegant.
Is there any other means of syncing an entire directory tree from `dom0` to 
a vm?

Thanks for any pointers.

Sincerely, Joh

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