You can also check out Unison, which is a bidirectional rsync.
Or you could use a version control system like subversion or cvs.
On Jan 27, 2006, at 1:07 PM, Andy Armstrong wrote:
On 27 Jan 2006, at 20:57, Dev Purkayastha wrote:
I guess you use it's Sychronize to make it all work out?
If you're cool with using the terminal you can set up a couple of
scripts to rsync back and forth between the server and your
machine. rsync is very efficient at doing incremental syncs so you
can set it just to sync the whole directory tree and it'll work it
$ rsync -avz -e ssh /Users/me/project/* email@example.com:/
$ rsync -avz -e ssh firstname.lastname@example.org:/home/www/* /Users/me/
If you register your public ssh key with the server you won't have
to type a password. It's very easy in practice - just keep a
terminal window open and fire off the Get script whenever you want
to update your local files to reflect changes on the server and Put
when you've made an edit you want to commit to the server.
Andy Armstrong, hexten.net