30 day free trial. EquiFile keeps track of all file changes for you, updating instantly. Designed for offline use with full remote directory and file cache. Configure transfer queue for uploads, downloads, rename, permissions, and deletes.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
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Description: 30 day free trial. EquiFile keeps track of all file changes for you, updating instantly. It doesn't need to be running when you edit your files. EquiFile will find the modified files when you launch it and change it's icons to show you exactly which files need to be uploaded or downloaded. When you're ready to transfer, queue All files at once and click the Transfer Now button. Then just watch EquiFile walk the directories highlighting each file as it transfers them.
Designed for offline use with full remote directory and file cache. Configure transfer queue for uploads, downloads, rename, permissions, and deletes. Create profiles for any number of websites. Automatic detection of file modification even if size unaltered. Automatic detection of file modification undo, or replacement with backup file. Set ASCII/Binary transfer mode by file extension and switch for individual files. Set permissions on UNIX compatible servers. Automatically creates local and remote directory structures. Recursive remote directory delete. Save notes for each file and directory. Download and install free program updates from within the program.
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