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SkyDrive Synchronizer

SkyDrive Synchronizer is a C# command line application that helps users synchronize a local folder to a specific location on their SkyDrive. The aim is to also make it usable on Linux via Mono. The code is still under development; some features are still missing.


FolderSync is a folder pair synchronization program, so you can have the latest changes of the files in both folders, matching them with the name and comparing file sizes and modified dates.

syncho - Fast and lean abstraction for node Fibers. Easily run asynchronous functions synchronously.

syncho is a thin and fast wrapper around fibers for node.js. The API is very similar to node-sync but optimized to reduce overhead (see benchmarks) and in less than 100 lines of code.Pass a function fn to run in a fiber. This is just a shortcut to Fiber(fn).run(). Synchronized functions will throw in case of error so you can use standard try and catch to run your code. All syncho methods need to be run inside a fiber.

sinker - synchronize remote directories

Now modify the files from the directory given by process.argv[2] on either system. The files are in sync! After the initial file exchange, each side watches the local set of files for changes and propagates any updates to the other end of the connection.Create a duplex sink stream that synchronizes a directory dir with a remote directory.

node-replicant - synchronize objects through a stream

Synchronize objects through a stream.Pipe replicant objects or streams to each other.

npm-package-search - search npm with a local synchronized package list

Return a function search(query, cb) that you can use to search file.If opts.interval is set, synchronize the package list at file with the npm registry every opts.interval milliseconds.

locks - Mutex locks, Read/Write locks, Condition variables and Semaphores in JavaScript

Locks implements locking/synchronization mechanisms that have traditionally been used for protecting shared memory between multiple threads. JavaScript is inherently single threaded and does not suffer from these security and stability issues. However, because of its asynchronous eventy nature JavaScript can still benefit from making particular operations wait for the completion of others.

sync-pkg - Minimalist CLI to sync only basic properties from package.json to bower.json

CLI to sync only basic properties from package.json to bower.json. Run sync-pkg in the command line to create and/or update bower.json.

nsync - Bye bye bye rsync

nsync is a commandline tool and node.js library that synchronises folders using pluggable transports. Install node.js if you haven't already.

twine-gang - Server and client for cross-browser, cross-device Twine game control and synchronization

TwineGang is a server and client for cross-browser, cross-device Twine game control and synchronization. When two or more Twine games are synchronized, taking a link to a new passage in any of them will advance all other games to the same place. Plays nice with Heroku app hosting. Originally developed for use in the Global Game Jam 2014 entry, "Get a Clue" (play, source).

node-squad - Run N functions in parallel, and wait for all of them to be finished before starting another batch

Run N functions in parallel. When all the functions are finished, N new functions are triggered, until the input data set is drained. This package is based on the excellent https://github.com/kriskowal/q It can be used for different purpose (API throttling, rate limiting, etc.).