ronenb

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  1. Hello, We are a Software Development Shop that uses file synchonization in order to develop on Windows and automatically sync source code changes to our linux servers and reload our development servers automatically. We've been using Dropbox for months, and recently decided to give BitTorrent Sync a try and we noticed that it takes for Dropbox usually 5 to 10 seconds max to sync changes to the server whereas BitTorrent Sync takes about 15 - 20 seconds. We think that the problem actually is not due to data transfer protocol latency but due to the Windows file watcher taking more time to pick up changes. We reached this conclusion observing the BitTorrent Sync system tray icon and it's notifications. We'll be happy to cooperate to try and resolve the issue as we love BitTorrent Sync and the flexibility it provides and would love to move over. Thanks, Ronen
  2. Hey, this doesn't happen anymore, so I guess this was another problem on my computer. Sorry for the false report.
  3. Hello, Since I installed bittorrent sync (and nothing else), my laptop seems to freeze for a couple of seconds, when coming out of standby, behavior that didn't exist prior to installing it. Environment: Windows 8.1 64 bit Syncing with a folder on unbuntu 12.04.4 Thanks, Ronen
  4. Hello, I would be great if that would be the case, so I don't have to manually copy .SyncIgnore to all machines every time I make a change. This is especially useful in situation where I'm syncing my development projects between machines and don't want the compile / build artifacts to be synced as well. Right now, .SyncIgnore is serving 2 purposes, the outgoing ignore and the incoming selective syncing. I think that it should serve only the former and sync automatically to all machines, and if you guys want to support selective incoming syncing, to use another settings file for that purpose, local to each machine, that doesn't get synced. Thanks, Ronen