FoldersSynchronizer, the tool from
for synchronizing and backing up files and folders, is now up to version 2.1.2 and can now control if the source and destination files have been modified since the last sync/backup.
Also, the ShortLog window and the LogFile now report the “Deleted Folders” and “Deleted Files” counters. The “Sync and Quit” feature works properly again. And there are some other minor improvements.
FoldersSynchronizer is AppleScriptable and works with both Classic and Mac OS X operating systems. With it, you can choose one or more pairs of files/folders/disks and then they will be synchronized/backed-up exactly. When synchronizing, the old files will be replaced with the newest files in both directions. The new files (new entries) will be copied in both directions, as well as new Folders. The old Folders will not replaced entirely by the newer ones, as the Finder used to do, but their content will be updated with the newest files, the new files (new entries) and new Folders (new entries). So it is faster.
You can download FoldersSynchronizer 2.1.2 for MacOS X (a 627k file) from the SoftoBe Web site. It’s US$30.