Hunh. Curiouser and curiouser.
I assumed it was an actual error, instead of a warning, because the script then seemed to not do anything. I was sort of thinking it had something to do with the fact I was running it on a Win2K machine. I tried every variable of directory naming convention that I can think of, but got no joy with any of them.
I suppose I could try it in Cygwin to see if I get the same results.
I'll let you know.
I thought it synchronized the directories in either direction
, but it seems to have just created the source directory in the target directory and moved the files.
Still cool, but not quite what I was hoping for.
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