Not really working. In the ref it says "Remember that if the specified path contains a space you must enclose the whole path in quotes", but as soon as there's a space, DOpus errors with "can't find path".
Anybody any clue what I'm doing wrong here?
This solution could be perfect for me, I don't need detailed syncs ...
thanks, I fumbled around with these commands yesterday and the problem was, DOpus prompted to not know the directory, but it wasn't the real problem. The real problem was, the destination folder didn't exist and the error message was wrong xD
Works like a charm, exactly what I tried to achieve. It's a simple Sync, without fuss, working directly out of a button in my floating menu. Think I used some of the stuff from your examples, so heavy thanks to you and all the others on the forum. Had to read a lot, but got a lot of input. Great community.
The error message comes from the operating system (or filesystem, but that's usually part of the OS), not Opus itself.
It'd normally be "path not found" or similar if you tried to copy something into a folder that doesn't exist. It sounds like that's what it was from your previous post. That's the correct error message. Which other message would you expect?
the message is from DOpus, saying "An error occured with "Copy" of "SourceDirectory": The system can't find the entered path. (3)" (translated from german)
Not sure if possible, but I entered the 'DestinationFolder' into the commands, so maybe the error message could advice there's an explicit problem with the 'DestinationFolder' and give a hint to 'use CREATEFOLDER' or smth - not sure if that's really valid at this point, but it would be more helpful to understand what's happening from a non coding users standpoint in my eyes.