Unison and Hammer History

Freddie Cash fjwcash at gmail.com
Tue Jan 22 07:50:56 PST 2013

> OK I see the same happening with rsync. Seems to me that rsync (and
> possibly unison as well) delete the old file and then create a new
> file. Each time a file is changed on the desktop, when you do rsync,
> it looks as a newly created file on the server with no history and a
> single line for transaction and time stamp; and the time stamp is the
> moment when rsync was done.

try adding --inplace to the rsync  options and see if that works better.
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