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This is targeted at the developers more than anybody. BitTorrent Sync tends to use too much power on OS X. The newest version of OS X, 10.9, makes it easy to quantify which processes are wasting power with it's new "Energy Impact" metric in the Activity Monitor. The latest version of Sync has an average impact of around 3.5, I very rarely update my Sync folders, so Sync is almost always idle (screenshot). To give some perspective, Dropbox has 0.3, Skype has 0.16, Mail.app has 0.43. On the other end of the spectrum, Chromium sits around 4.96. IMO, BitTorrent Sync should be much closer to
I updated my Ubuntu 13.04 BitTorrent Sync yesterday to the latest 1.1.22. Now I am having an issue on my Mac computer. The Mac BitTorrent Sync client keeps telling me my secret key is invalid. I just downloaded the Mac client yesterday so I should have the latest client. Is there a reason why the Mac client is saying my secret is invalid...? I re-generated several secrets and still no luck. When I use the final secret I created on a second Ubuntu computer it works perfectly fine, no invalid message there.
Hello. I've planned to share photos with my friends from NAS via WebUI, but WebUI doesn't accept Russian UTF-8 folders on my NAS (there is bug in webui.js). Unfortunately, btsync doesn't have any public API, but it has WebUI in Linux version ! I've created simple console tool btsync-cli that communicates via WebUI. It can add shared folder or remove it from sync index. Another useful tool is php bittorent-sync-client for btsync WebUI. You can build your own server-side WebUI Now I'm working on standalone (you'll can install it on your hosting) photo sharing site via btsync. I hope this will