The Fsync menu has a single link: FSync_depot. FSync_depot allows you to syncronize a local/remote directory tree with another local/remote tree either 2-way or 1-way in either direction. The root of all directories is "web". In the next panel, we explore "web" by clicking on "
" at far right of "web".
(1) shows the interface as a result of exploring "web" while (2)-(3) show further exploring a Windows machine and (4) a MacOSX machine.
On Windows, the root of the file system is each of the drives lettered A ... Z. On MacOSX, the root is "/" and the attached drives are at /Volumes.
Here we have source and destination paths set up and do a 2-way comparison across directories and subdirectories. Most of the comparisons result in equality.
Here we have unchecked "equal" and "directories" checkboxes and clicked "update". We see a much more compact listing of differences only. There are only 4 files which differ. And the arrows show the direction of transfer. We can click "Execute" to make the changes. Further control can be had by reversing direction/hiding and clicking up date. There are also 1-way comparisons as opposed to the 2-way illustrated.