Econ Technologies has updated its synchronization and backup software for Mac OS X,
ChronoSync, to version 3.3.3. The update is “a must-have for all users,” according to the developer, as it fixes a problem introduced with Mac OS X v10.4.8. A free update for registered users, ChronoSync costs $30 to register.
ChronoSync lets you synchronize or back up files and folders; you can back up and sync between different Macs, PCs, on external drives or iPods. You can set up a schedule to automatically mount volumes during syncs; you can exclude specific files and folders, check their sync status, and more.
ChronoSync 3.3.3 fixes a problem with Mac OS X v10.4.8 that could lead to permissions errors on locked files. A bug has been fixed that could cause a file copy failure under certainly circumstances as well. The update also corrects a problem where rollback pre-determination couldn’t be specified for mirrored sync modes.
ChronoSync runs on G3s or better and Intel-based Macs running Panther or Tiger.