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Well auto-sync if very nifty, but it really freaks my *** out.
Me as a developer would like to have full control about what exactly is uploaded,
excpecially when it is over normal FTP which does not support the time-sync
feature that makes the auto-sync so special. At the other hand, a lot of hosters
still do not offer SFTP for your website update, so you must fall back to normal
FTP which is a pain, cause you can't use the nice time-sync feature.

Right now i still have to use two seperate programs to get the update done.
For FTP i still use WinSCP where i have the full control about what is exaclty
uploaded to the server. Why should you want that ?

That's pretty simple. Guess you had created some php scripts just for testing
or debugging purposes, you do not want them to be synced automaticly to the
webserver cause they are only for local processing.
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I'm not sure what you are about.
What control do you need?!
Why not to select files and/or directories in the Workspace window and upload or download them at once?
WinSCP does not add anything new, except its performance that is so poor that upload never goes byound 30-40kB/sec.

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dmitri wrote:
I'm not sure what you are about.
What control do you need?!
Why not to select files and/or directories in the Workspace window and upload or download them at once?

Yeah that is indeed possible too.

WinSCP does not add anything new, except its performance that is so poor that upload never goes byound 30-40kB/sec.


also true, but at least if i do synchronize i get a list of files to be updated, then i can check each single file that i do not want to upload, and that is exactly what i miss in PHPED[/i]
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got it, thanks Smile

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dmitri wrote:
got it, thanks Smile


No problem, english is not my first language, so now and then i simply can't find the right words to explain Smile
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english wasn't the problem Smile winscp feature was Smile I wasn't aware that they implemented that approach and I found it's interesting.

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