... As Jérôme suggested, there seems to be a typo in your profile (bibliograpy should be bibliography). Did you try fixing it? Hope this helps, AlanMessage 1 of 9 , Jun 8, 2010View SourceOn 8 juin 2010, at 10:12, vandenberg_ewout wrote:
>> You're saying some changes are not detected. Do they occur under one of the pathsAs Jérôme suggested, there seems to be a typo in your profile (bibliograpy should be bibliography). Did you try fixing it?
> For testing purposes I made some changes in a file in latex/bibliography/. When synchronizing with my laptop (which has the whole latex path in the profile) things work fine. Synchronizing with the network file system (with the profile below) doesn't work properly, and no changes in the bibliography directory are detected.
Hope this helps,
Dear Jerome, Thanks for pointing out my stupid mistake; things work great now. With hindsight, this also explains the initial complaint by unison that neitherMessage 2 of 9 , Jun 9, 2010View Source
Dear Jerome,Thanks for pointing out my stupid mistake; things work great now. With hindsight, this also explains the initial complaint by unison that neither of the copies had this directory.Best regards,Ewout
--- On Tue, 8/6/10, Jerome Vouillon <Jerome.Vouillon@...> wrote:
From: Jerome Vouillon <Jerome.Vouillon@...>
Subject: Re: [unison-users] Re: Adding directories to profiles on OS X
To: "vandenberg_ewout" <vandenberg_ewout@...>
Date: Tuesday, 8 June, 2010, 9:17On Fri, Jun 04, 2010 at 08:25:00PM -0000, vandenberg_ewout wrote:
> The profile is as follows (afs in the home directory is where the
> remote filesystem is mounted):
> path = administrative
> path = latex/bibliograpy/
Shouldn't that be latex/bibliography? (With an 'h'.)
I don't see anything wrong otherwise.
You could try to run unison with the "-debug update" option (and
possibly also "-debug ignore") and check that Unison consider the