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no need for a star topology - really!

Posted by: Anonymous [ip:] on October 06, 2007 04:51 AM
You don't need a "star topology" - simply because Unison automatically always resolves changes in favor of a newest change (even if a file disappeared on the one side, Unison defaults to deleting it on the other side - of course you can change that), and whenever there is a "contradiction" of some sort, ie when the file has been changed on both sides, it defaults to doing nothing / asking a user. So you can just go all around with this tool, syncing random pairs with each other, simply choosing defaults and still - sooner or later every change will propagate to all the others.


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