Easily sync files and folders.
Version: 1.2simple sync is an applescript application for syncing a 'source' folder to a 'destination' folder – performing a backup basically. It uses the unix shell script 'rsync', so, as with all shell scripts, you use 'em at your own risk – once a file is deleted or overwritten that's it, there's no going back.
Operating System: Mac OS X
With the 'delete backup files' button selected, when you remove something from the source folder, and then run simple sync, those files will be removed from the backup as well (so basically the backup will always be a direct clone of the source.
Left unchecked, and simple sync will leave all files in the destination folder – so you'll have to delete them manually.
Clicking the 'auto run' button is useful if you want to automate the backup procedure. simple sync will give you 5 seconds to cancel the sync (if you want to sync something else) and then it will run 5 seconds later (so if you intended to cancel the sync and missed the cancel button, just quit the program and start again).