Is there a 'ignore' funtionality in file syncing?

Asked by LaH Hacking Lab on 2010-06-15

Like good old cvs .ignore or equalent?

I use Ubuntu One frequently for .blend files (medium big, binary, change often so not good for bzr). It's easiest to run blender directly in ~/Ubuntu One, but it creates some cruft (.pyc, .blend1 etc) that it would be good to be able to ignore (saving bandwidth and storage but most - making the 'real' sync go faster).

Question information

Language:
English Edit question
Status:
Solved
For:
Ubuntu One Client Edit question
Assignee:
Facundo Batista Edit question
Solved by:
Facundo Batista
Solved:
2010-06-15
Last query:
2010-06-15
Last reply:
2010-06-15
Best Facundo Batista (facundo) said : #1

Yes, you can.

Check the /etc/xdg/ubuntuone/syncdaemon.conf file in your system, the "ignore" option, its help and current default.

You can change it there, or you can use your ~/.config/ubuntuone/syncdaemon.conf file.

Regards,

LaH Hacking Lab (lahlab) said : #2

Thanks

LaH Hacking Lab (lahlab) said : #3

Hmm... this is wrong... it was Facundo who solved it! I find no way to correct that,

LaH Hacking Lab (lahlab) said : #4

Thanks Facundo Batista, that solved my question.

LaH Hacking Lab (lahlab) said : #5

Forget it.... found the button :-)