DirSync Pro 1.2 beta 1

Posted on Tuesday, Jan 12 2010 @ 20:08 CET by

DirSync Pro (Directory Synchronize Pro) is a small, but powerful utility for file and folder synchronization. DirSync Pro can be used to synchronize the content of one or many folders recursively.

  • Improved: The sync engine is rewritten completely for a better performance, better memory usage and to support some (upcoming) features.
  • Improved: Before the actual synchronization starts, a queue list will be generated. When you synchronize, only the queued (analyzed) items will be synchronized.
  • Added: The GUI is updated to show the Sync queue. You'll now get for each pair of files information like the modification dates and file sizes in the Sync queue.
  • Added: Synchronization statistics are now calculated and shown in the GUI.
  • Changed: Directory is now called Directory Profile.
  • Improved: Analyzing (formerly known as previewing) is done once now. If you have already analyzed your sync and you may want to synchronize, the synchronization will start immediately.
  • Changed: The text pannels (outputs) are converted into a message queue in which the messages will be shown.
  • Fixed: The synchronization will not get slower when synchronizing massive number of files.
  • Changed: The possible log levels are now: Minimal(events, warnings, errors), Moderate(events, warnings, errors and configuration data), Excessive (events, warnings, errors, configuration data and filenames)
  • Improved: Shiny 48x48 bit Windows program icon (Thanks to Dan Gibson for drawing that)
  • Improved: The log file handling is optimized. Some reported problems are fixed.
  • Fixed: Some spelling errors (Thanks to Gijs Noorlander for reporting)
  • Improved: Lots and lots of code cleaning.
  • Fixed: Lots of minor issues.

Program Information

Tools and Utilities

1.2 beta 1
Works on:
Windows, Linux, Mac

Product page: here

Download: DirSync Pro 1.2 beta 1

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