Works great! Thanks for creating this. Couldn't find proper place for reporting bugs. Loses output on rotation and screen blanking which is a bit annoying but not a showstopper. Automatically creating and sharing the key would be handy. Had issues with "Uncaught exception Sys_blocked_io". See https://alliance.seas.upenn.edu/~bcpierce/wiki/?n=Main.UnisonFAQTroubleshooting in older version.
Inflexible Unfortunately, I think the intentions were in the right place, but one must know how to decode most of Unison's options as command line arguments to the program and supply those in the "GUI interface". The biggest drawback is the lack of profiles. Using the command line version of the program, it may be possible to use profiles, but this version does not allow for such. Moreover, it would seem if GUI version were simply designed to create "a profile" from the setup screen as opposed to creating each element to pass as a command line argument, this would have been a much easier task to implement. Have tested using multiple paths, multiple ignore paths, ssh to a specified port, and using a key, and the program does work; so at least there is that. Unfortunately, the interface could use a serious overhaul.
It works perfect! After the last update I forgot to generate/update new keys. Afterwards it is working perfectly fine. The one profile could be improved but if you want to sync your files without sharing them with any other service/server and keep your private files really private, then this is the way to go.
Needs multiple profiles Works well, but is crippled by its inability to create multiple profiles. This should be an easy fix, since it's built in to unison itself. If this changes, I'll change my rating to five stars. $6 is rather pricey for an app without this feature, especially considering that this app *doesn't* reproduce the lovely item-by-item conflict resolution of the desktop GUI.
only runs a single profile I was expecting the ability to set up multiple profiles for different directories (like in 'rsync backup for Android'). But apparently it allows only a single account to be set up an run at a time. Am I missing something here?
Works as I expected The configuration is somewhat messy but that is a unison problem. You do need to know how to configure the far end to handle the ssh authentication, but I would assume that anyone running unison could do that. Having got it working I didn't want to alter anything, but is it/would it be possible to use a standard .prf file for the config?
- 20.05.2015: added button to select local root folder (Android 5+ only)
- 15.05.2015: added checkbox for -batch option
-- Fixed for Android 5 (compatible with Android 2-5)
-- Includes Unison 2.48.3, 2.45.28, 2.40.120
-- Packaged all binaries as PIE (for Android 5 and higher) and non PIE (for Android 4 and lower)
-- Bug fix display preview of command line
-- Updated OpenSSH to version 6.7p1 and OpenSSL to 1.01j.
- 14.10.2013: first release (Unison 2.40.102)