Is there a way to unzip a .zip to a folder and sync the contents of that folder with the contents of the .zip?
I know you can do an -u(pdate) option that will update the folder with newer files, but that's not good enough. I need it to do an actual sync (remove files not present in the .zip, and update files that are newer).
It also needs to be fast, since I'll be sync'ing large .zips. So, a wipe plus clean unzip is not an option.
I'm open to any tool that will do the job. But it has to work unattended from the command line.