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  1. In this rising world of ransomware, it would be really good to have the ability to turn on a version control of a synced folder. Now I have a simple way to ensure my critical files never fall victim to ransomware. Without version control of the content, If I sync my critical files to other PCs, if one of them gets hit by ransomware, those encrypted versions of the files are just going to be replicated to the other PCs, and thus I have now lost those files to all locations. With version control of content, if one of the PCs become infected by ransomware, and the files are encrypte
  2. Hello. I am using Bittorrent Sync to sync my Win laptop and my Mac desktop. I use Mercurial as my versioning system (SCM). Mercurial creates in its repository several files that have "~2e" at the beginning of their filenames. These files are located inside the .hg folder used to maintain the repository. Unfortunately, Bittorrent Sync does not sync these files. Executing "hg verify" confirms that the synced repository (the one created by Bittorrent Sync) is corrupted. I made a comparison between the original repository and the synced repository (the one created by Bittorrent Sync) and the