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Many cloud syncronization tools (such as SpiderOak, Wuala, Dropbox, SparkleShare and many other) have a one big drawback - you can not syncronize single files such as ~/.vimrc, ~/.zshrc, ~/.bashrc - only folders. Is there an effective solution to do that?

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There is a nice tool called Syncle.

It allows to syncronize single files across file system with some folder (for example, managed and syncronized by SpiderOak). Syncle is wiritten in Python, has command-line interface and simple YAML-based configuration file.

Maybe someone knows better solution?

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