Reading a batch file
sergio.hdzreyes at gmail.com
Fri Aug 5 19:56:10 UTC 2022
Thank you for answer. Yes I have used the option you mentioned, however, I
need to be able to read the batch file for an external application that I'm
developing. But I don't know what is the structure used in the file.
El vie, 5 ago 2022 a la(s) 13:12, uxio prego (uxio.prego at gmail.com)
> this is the rsync list
> never used that option, but the manual page tells
> the batch would be read by --read-batch
> have you tried that?
> hth br
> On 5 Aug 2022, at 18:40, sergio hernandez via rsync <rsync at lists.samba.org>
> Could anyone route me to the correct email list to resolve my doubt?
> El mié, 27 jul 2022 a la(s) 00:49, sergio hernandez (
> sergio.hdzreyes at gmail.com) escribió:
>> Hi, there are any form of read or unpack the batch file generated with
>> the option --only-write-batch. Or if is a data structure can you tell me
>> where I can found it?
>> Thank you in advance.
>> Lic. Sergio Hernández Reyes
>> *Desarrollador de Software8111939182 - sergio.hdzreyes at gmail.com
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