Sync folders with git-annex, manually and with v6 repositories

Git annex is a powerful tool to keep track of files of any dimension on multiple locations using git repositories.

I describe a simple use case on Linux: keep two folders in sync without caring for previous versions of files, or their backups (which means that deleting a file on one folder will lead, after syncing, to the file being deleted on the other folder also). Continue reading Sync folders with git-annex, manually and with v6 repositories