WebSync is a Java application to synchronize a local directory hierarchy (master) with a remote FTP-server. In a way, this is a reverse mirror utility. It's called WebSync because I use it to update my web at my provider's site.
WebSync is a Swing application. It also provides a batch interface. The application lets you edit, save and load sets of sync parameters and start the synchronization once a parameter set is complete.
The current version is websync-0.9.1-src.tar.bz2 (about 46 KB). A binary package supplemented with all additional packages (ready to run out of the box) is also available: websync-0.9.1-bin.tar.bz2 (about 330 KB).
Be sure to download the archives in binary mode. The md5 checksums are:
a1acb90bb12aa81c4a1c4bcea0a29180 websync-0.9.1-bin.tar.bz2 a95149cf3bce373226da198a4aad38a5 websync-0.9.1-src.tar.bz2
To unpack the archives, you either need the bunzip2-utility and tar, or a current version of GNU tar. In the latter case, you can use a command like
tar -xvjf websync-0.9.1-src.tar.bz2to untar the archive.
You need the following additional packages to compile and run WebSync: