[OS X TeX] OT: Backup software

Christian Heine christian at geosci.usyd.edu.au
Fri Oct 13 06:54:23 CEST 2006


On 11/10/2006, at 5:12 PM, Josep M. Font wrote:
> El 11/10/2006, a las 0:08, Christian Heine escribió:
>> I use a combination of Synchronize Pro X (to sync PowerBook and G5),
>> SuperDuper (for daily internal and external incremental backup and
>> half-weekly clones), and Apple's Backup (to backup important files  
>> and
>> ~/Library to my iDisk).
> I am a (satisfied) user of Synchronize Pro X. Is there any reason  
> why you don't use it for the backups ? As far as I know, it can do  
> what you mention...
Yes, with SuperDuper you can run scripts e.g. dumping your PostGIS  
database or SVN repository before you copy - you can't do that easily  
with Sync Pro X.

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