I searched a way to easily backup my au3 scripts from work to home and vice versa.
I found no (simple) equivalent to rsync on windows.
So this is my attempt.
It works "as is" and lets you choose friendly the source and destination directories, or with command line args.
In case of command line mode, remember to enclose spaced paths with "
Example : rsync "c:\documents and settings\me\my_folder" e:\
where e:\ is your USB storage key for example
Rsync checks if a newer version of a file exists on both sides, and copy the newest at the right place.
Rsync doesn't keep an history of your files as SVN would, so in case a file has been modified in the source AND destination, the newest will stay and the older will be overwritten.
I hope this will help
[EDIT] Script updated, thanks to DMEE
Edited by Apzo, 26 June 2008 - 10:38 AM.