Provided by: dpsyco-lib_1.0.36_all
dpsyco-skel - Dpsyco tool to handle skeleton syncronization.
dpsyco-skel source-skel-dir dest-dir [ rsync options ]
This is a quite advanced tool to handle skeleton syncronization, but is quite simple to describe. First of all it remembers what have been in the skeleton the last time this script was invoked. All files that was removed from the source-skel directory will be removed, restored from backup or ignored. * It will be ignored if it can not be restored but belongs to a installed debian package. It seaches for the file with dpkg -S filename. * It will be removed it can not be restored and does not belong to a debian package. =back Files that are new in the skel will be installed to the destination directory. And if there are no backup file it will be created.
Ola Lundqvist <email@example.com>
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