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Old 05-29-2004, 10:27 PM   #1
Burgin
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Directory Tree Compare/Sync for Linux


I'm looking for a quick directory tree comparison/synchronization utility for linux. By quick, I mean looking only at the date-time stamp and file size. I don't want it to compare every single file because the directories I'm comparing are serveral Gigs and it would just talk too long and most of the stuff doesn't change often.

Thus the kde Kompare utility wouldn't work for me as it scans the contents of every single file.

Under windows I used this: http://www.xs4all.nl/~lploeger/TreeComp3.htm.

I could always try this under Wine but I would rather not...

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