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Examples of use for positive- and negative lists

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Example 1: Only office documents should get synchronized.

Positive list for files:

*.xls

*.doc

*.ppt

 

Example 2: Backup files should not get synchronized.

Negativliste for files:

*.bak

*.backup

Copy of *

 

Example 3: Backup folders should not get synchronized.

Negative list for directories:

Backup

 

Example 4: The backup folder in the logfile directory should not get synchronized.

Negative list for directories:

\logs\backup

 

Example 5: Only files in the root directory and in the folders „src“ and „res“ should get synchronized. These folders are at top level.

Positive list for directories:

\src

\res

 

Example 5: Only files in the root directory and in the folders „src“ and „res“ (and their subfolders) should get synchronized. These folders are at top level.

Positive list for directories:

\src

\src\*

\res

\res\*

 

Example 7: Only files in the subfolders „src“ and „res“ should get synchronized. Several directories with these names can exist in the directory tree:

Positive list for files:

\src\*

\res\*

\*\src\*

\*\res\*

 

Example 8: Only files in the subfolders should get synchronized (but not in the base folder):

Positive list for files:

\*\*

 

See also: Centralizing lists

 


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