Sync is a simple command-line utility for performing one-way directory or file synchronization.
It synchronizes the specified target to match the specified source. Only the target is modified. Runs on any OS with the Java Runtime Environment (JRE 6+). Sync is free and open source software written in Java and released under the GNU GPL license (version 3). Visit http://syncdir.sourceforge.net/ for more information.
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