- Compiled versions are stored in the releases folder.
device-sync.exewill be located inside the device-sync folder in a given ZIP file.
- Start a Command Prompt and cd in to the device-sync folder.
device-sync.exeat a Command Prompt. Yes, you must have all those .dll files in the same directory as the executable.
C:\publish\device-sync --help device-sync 1.0.0 Copyright (C) 2018 device-sync push Push files to a device pull Pull files from a device start Start a process on the device find Search a directory on the device for directories and files whose names satisfy the mask. mkdir Create a new directory on the device. touch Sets the last modified time of a file on the device delete Delete a specified file from the device help Display more information on a specific command. version Display version information.
- Commands are finicky with slash direction (backslash vs. forward-slash). Try both, but most use forward-slash.
device-sync --helpto get usage details.
- Get command specific help, for example:
device-sync push --help
You will need DotNet Core 2.0 installed on your machine, which is available as part of Visual Studio 2017.
cd into the root project directory. Now run the following command:
dotnet publish -c release -r win10-x64 --self-contained
This will generate a folder containing device-sync.exe along with all necessary dll's, such that you can just drop the folder onto any Windows 7/8/10 PC and run the executable. The folder is generated at: