When done manually, synchronizing files and folders across multiple computers can be a tough and time-consuming job. Subsync is an easy-to-use, yet powerful application that uses Subversion (SVN) in order to solve this issue and keep all your computers synchronized.
In order to install Subsync, you require third-party software utilities on your computer. But you can choose to download the required applications right from the Subsync setup process.
Follow the step-by-step approach
Subsync offers you a wizard-based interface that allows you to perform sync jobs by simply following a few steps. When creating a new sync, you have to choose the folder you want to synchronize and then you can customize the project by assigning it a name, a description and an icon.
Automatic options, exclusion and deletion
Furthermore, you can choose to automatically resolve possible conflicts that may occur. The synchronization is made by using a custom repository. After creating it, you have several options at your disposal, among which you can find deleting the job or excluding selected files from the synchronization process.
Generate as many repositories as you want
For sync folders created on your system you can choose the desired repository location using the 'Settings' section. Moreover, you can also set the path to the SvnServe Application. In addition to this, the application allows you to create as many repositories as you want and then synchronize them with just a click.
Extra tools to play with
One of the advantages that this application offers you is the possibility to undo any sync or correct any mistake by using the 'Time Travel' feature.
After you create a sync folder, you can add new folders to it in order to create a new, updated sync. Besides this, the steps are basically the same.
Also, Subsync supports network and Internet syncing. In this case, the repository location is not on your computer, but on a webpage, as you have to set a valid repository URL.
Subsync is a user-friendly program that can help you synchronize files and folders on multiple computers, while also allowing you to jump back in time to view older file versions and review changes.