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Try "KeePass.exe", it's working fine for me.
No, ditto does not copy just the changed files. You would be better off using rsync for this. Bombich, the makers of Carbon Copy Cloner, have a great article on their site about different tools. About ditto: Ditto is a command-line utility that ships with Mac OS X. Ditto preserves permissions when run as root and preserves resource forks by default. ...
AutoHotKey can do exactly what you're looking for. This script should do it: ^+c:: clipboard = ; Start off empty so ClipWait can detect when the copy completes Send ^c ClipWait FileAppend, %ClipboardAll%, C:\clipboard.clp return ^+v:: FileRead, Clipboard, *c C:\clipboard.clp ; *c must precede the filename Send ^v return See ...
Bring up the list (Ctrl + ' or whatever). Right click and export. Save file and transfer to other machine. You can then import by right clicking on the notification icon. As for syncing automatically, there is the friends tab in options but I don't really think it helps. You can specify the database location though, so maybe setting that as the same ...
You know... you might be able to do it with DropBox. Install DropBox and set up an account. You get 2 GB for free. Move the Ditto program folder into your Shared DropBox folder That will now be available to all other computers in which you have your DropBox running.
You can do what David said, or you can install the portable version, and create links in the startup folder to run the same version on both machines. Works like a charm!
I found the best way to do it is to copy the db from one computer to another. navigate to /users/your name/appdata/roaming/ditto/ditto.db and copy "ditto.db" the path may be different dependinbg on your OS, but the point is you can copy the database, including whatever hot keys you have programed. reverse the process on the other computer & paste it. ...
I don't think ditto does what you believe it does. If you want to sync two folders, consider rsync instead.
You can do this by creating a Service using Automator that receives files and folders as input and is available in Finder. Add a Run Shell Script action that receives input as arguments and change the default script to a ditto call. When you do it this way, you have no control over which directory is the src, and which is the target. Alternatively, open ...
rsync syncs one way. if you want two way sync, use unison.
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