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FileSync plugin for Eclipse is a file synchronisation tool. The main goal is to keep files outside of Eclipse projects in-sync with Eclipse project files. The plugin works as builder in Eclipse and will synchronize all changes on Eclipse project files with mapped external folders. E.g. if a file is created, changed or deleted in Eclipse, then the mapped (external) file will be created, changed or deleted too.
FileSync is often used for J2EE developement to copy *.jsp or *.html files from Eclipse project to webserver/application root and greatly simplifies the J2EE web developement.
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Submitted by Martin Briglia on November 19, 2014 - 09:16
I'm a user of this filesync plugin for about a year and is completely functional, it lets you select what to sync, where and also what to exclude. I'm using it in addition to PDT project for my PHP Joomla! projects and works just fine! All installation documentation can be found here andrei.gmxhome.de/filesync
Submitted by Jules Cesar on March 13, 2013 - 17:47
Great tool, extremely fast.
Also i'd like to thank @Zbigniew Szczęsny :D
Submitted by Zbigniew Szczęsny on September 6, 2012 - 05:00
The plugin is great but it deserves some basic usage instruction!
- you will find its configuration under Project properties
- it is working as a build feature, so if you want automatic synchronization, you have to enable automatic builds for your project!
Submitted by Art Burov on July 27, 2012 - 12:53
I used it on many projects. Very simple and works like clockwork.
Submitted by Marcos Moreno on February 6, 2012 - 18:50
I have just started with it, and I already love it. It is simple to install and use. So far, I have used it to automatically deploy the files in a "war" folder to my local tomcat installation, allowing me to carry on with the programming task without worrying of having the files up-to-date every time. This way I did not have to change my workspace and I can use a fresh tomcat installation without configuring anything. (an idea I borrowed from user Bozho in stackoverflow)
Thank you Andrey!
Submitted by Marcos Moreno on February 6, 2012 - 18:47
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