On Thu, Jun 2, 2011 at 10:38 PM, Michael Nagel <ubu...@nailor.devzero.de>wrote:

> deleting the .zim folder is no problem. I sync between different machines
> using git and have the .zim folder in my .gitignore file. Obviously I end up
> with outdated .zim folders this way. However I can simply delete the whole
> .zim folder and do "Tools -> Re-build Index" and everything gets recreated.
> See http://zim-wiki.org/manual/Plugins/Version_Control.html for details
> about this way to sync.
> I would welcome some better solution (regarding the .zim folder) -- perhaps
> Jaap can suggest something.

The .zim folder can be fully ignored, it is just a cache that should be
rebuild automatically.

I'll try to get rid of the need to run "Re-build Index" fully. There is one
bug fix in dev for detecting synced folders. Only thing left now is to add a
folder watch to detect changes and trigger index on that.

-- Jaap
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