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Biomesyncd is a command line tool designed for syncing and managing files and data between different devices or servers. It provides a seamless solution for keeping your files up-to-date across multiple platforms.

The tool allows you to configure bi-directional synchronization between local and remote storage locations, ensuring that any changes made on one device are reflected on the other. It supports various storage options, including local directories, network shares, and cloud storage providers such as Dropbox or Google Drive.

By using biomesyncd, you can automate file syncing tasks, eliminating the need for manual transfers and keeping your data in sync effortlessly. It offers flexible scheduling options, enabling you to define specific sync intervals or triggering syncs based on certain events like file modifications or additions.

Additionally, biomesyncd includes advanced features like conflict resolution, where it automatically handles conflicts that may arise during synchronization by prioritizing certain versions based on predefined rules.

The tool is highly customizable and extensible, allowing you to configure complex rules and filters to fine-tune the syncing process according to your requirements. It is written in a cross-platform language, making it compatible with various operating systems, including Linux, macOS, and Windows.

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