If you don't know what nekosync is or does, then these previous threads should help to explain things:
micq 0.5.1 - firefox 220.127.116.11rc1 - sylpheed 2 b5
- As per the 2nd link above, nekosync can now fetch from an unlimited number of directories or sites - great for people who want to mirror Foetz' packages;
A couple of minor mistakes in default values were corrected;
nekosync now contains real version information;
nekosync now has a proper command-line interface.
The biggest change is the addition of a command-line interface, meaning that you can make one-off configuration changes without editing any files (and, indeed, with enough typing nekosync can now be used without any configuration file). "nekosync --help" will list all of the available options, and "nekosync --show" will show what the current value of these options are: "nekosync --show=default" will show the built-in values, "nekosync --show=file" will show the values stored in the active configuration file, and "nekosync --show" or "nekosync --show=actual" will show the values that will actually be used.
The centre column of "--show" output is the command-line option used to set the value in question, and a coloured exclamation mark means that a specified binary or directory doesn't exist or can't be read/written to/executed.