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Hi, how can I exclude files/folders with # (Number sign)? In my case I'm syncing a shared folder on my Synology NAS, and the default name for the trashbin is "#recycle". I have added that string to the IgnoreList but I suppose it is being being parsed as a comment instead of a part of the file/folder name. Thanks for the support
I wish to sync my Photos and Lightroom Catalog files. The problem is Lightroom creates a cache directory along-side of the Catalog. So my directory looks like: C:\Media\Catalogs\MyCatalog.lrcat C:\Media\Catalogs\MyCatalog Previews.lrdata\* C:\Media\Pictures\20131013\* C:\Media\Pictures\20131014\* C:\Media\Pictures\20131015\*etc. I have a BTSync directory at C:\Media\Catalogs, and all I want to sync are the *.lrcat files. I have been trying to ignore the *.lrdata directory using the .SyncIgnore file, but I have been unsuccessful. After reading online, and performing experiments, I realize that I am not alone. I feel like one of these should work:*.lrdata*.lrdata/*/*.lrdata/*.lrdata/* Question 1: What .SyncIgnore pattern would help me exclude all *.lrdata subdirectories. Question 2: Do I need to restart BTSync for changes in .SyncIgnore to get picked up? Question 3: Can I use forward-slash '/' in Windows? Do backslashes '\' need to be escaped '\\'? Thank you.
I've read .SyncIgnore with my friends but can't quite understand the meaning, excuse me for my poor English. [A] .SyncIgnore ... will not work with the files that have already been synced. If you add indexed files to .SyncIgnore, they will be deleted on other syncing devices. [A] and seems inconsistent ? And what shall I do to achieve this goal: Ignore some .ini and .log file from both ComputerA and ComputerB, keep them changing in local, don't delete any of them?