Your download link is at the very bottom of the page... always.



Processed through Paypal
No account required.


Donate Bitcoin to this wallet:
1KkUMXvQ2ko3xcJkzitB7WYgoW6m79WFfm
Donate Ethereum to this wallet:
0x40E56922F43637224935CDC35e2c96E0392A8505
Donate Litecoin to this wallet:
LLYAFEyqjH69gkyCEpRjXNyedRCWrVChfL

Buy our over-priced crap to help keep things running.
Take No CrapwareOG Dad CapNo Password


Join our Facebook groupFollow us on TwitterFollow us on InstagramOur RSS FeedJoin us on TikTokJoin us on LinkedIn


 Home » OlderGeeks.com Freeware Downloads » Back-Up Utilities » Bart v3.00   
File - Download Bart v3.00
Description

We are leaving for vacation June 6th. No updates while we're gone.
If there were updates, it wouldn't be a vacation. ;) -Randy and Deanna


Always scroll to the bottom of the page for the main download link.
We don't believe in fake/misleading download buttons and tricks. The link is always in the same place.


Bart v3.00

Bart is a file and folder backup tool, which transfers changes from multiple source directory trees to destination trees. When run, it will copy any files which have changed since the last run, bringing the destination up to date with the source in an efficient way, copying only files required.

Bart can read from a list of source directories, so not only can it keep your My Documents folder backed up, but also any other data stored on your drive in other locations. Direct the target of each of these folders at a network drive on another machine, a second hard drive in the same machine, or removable media such as a USB pen drive. When first run, all the files will be copied, and then on subsequent runs only the files which have altered will be updated, new files copied, and deleted ones removed.

Bart keeps the target completely in line with the source. It does not perform two-way synchronisation. If a file in the target was changed, on next run of Bart, it would be replaced with the file from the source.

Source

The source can be either a single file, or a directory. If a directory is used, then a checkbox controls whether all subdirectories are also copied. Multiple source directories can be chosen, so that all your data areas can be backed up at once.

Destination

The destination folder is kept synchronised with the source. Any changes which are made to the destination would be overwritten the next time Bart is run - to this end do not edit files in the destination, or save anything new! The syncronisation is one-way, and is complete.

Exclusions

An exclusion list can be set for each task, so that certain files can be ignored. To back up a photos directory, but leave out thumbnail files, the pattern "thumbs*" would be added. Multiple file specifications can be made, such as "*obj;*pdb;*aps;*.sbr;*.pch;*.idb;*.res", and full paths can be excluded by specifying them. "d:\photos\2004;thumbs*;00_index*;*gif" would omit the 2004 folder, and also skip over any file starting with "thumbs" or "00_index" and any ending with "gif".

Exclude directories by specifying the whole directory, eg "c:\program files\firewall".

Exclude files by specifying the filename, eg "persfw.conf", not the whole path "c:\program files\firewall\persfw.conf"

Command line

The following can be specified on the command line:

-runall - Bart will run all enabled jobs, show the balloon summary and quit
-show - When used with -runall, the main dialog is displayed while the jobs are running
-stay - Bart will stick around once it's finished running the jobs. Clicking any buttons in the interface if -show is specified will also cause it to remain
-shutdown - the computer will be shut down once the jobs have been run, as long as there were no errors in any of the tasks
-ignoreerrors - if -shutdown has been specified and errors were found, shut down anyway
-datelog - save detailed logs to different files, named as the date on which the job was run
-logexclusions - also write files which are skipped to the detailed log file
-file <filename> - open the specified job file
-noballoon - do not display a tray icon balloon when the job has completed
-auto - run silently with no user interaction, or windows: use this for running Bart from a Scheduled Task
-showdetlog - open the detailed log file when the job completes
-letter:x - set 'x' as the variable drive

eg:

c:\program files\bart\bart.exe -runall -show -shutdown

This will start Bart, run all the jobs, and at completion the computer will be shut down

Logging

Bart writes an HTML-based log file (log.html) of its operations, a CSV with details of each run (summary.log), and pops up a task-tray balloon when the tasks are complete.








Click here to visit the author's website.
Continue below for the main download link.


Downloads Views Developer Last Update Version Size Type Rank
5,637 10,043 Zhorn Software <img src="https://www.oldergeeks.com/downloads/gallery/thumbs/bart1_th.png"border="0"> Jan 18, 2019 - 12:43 3.00 203.3KB ZIP 5/5, out of 37 Votes.
File Tags
v3.00  Bart  
      
Whoa! Slow down there, Speedy.
Kindly read this and then continue to download below.

Like seeing no ads? No misleading/fake download buttons?
We like it too! This site has been kept alive for 15 years
because of people just like you who download and donate.
No one is stopping you from downloading without donating
but the site runs on the "Honor System". If your momma
raised you to be honorable, make a donation and download
'til ya turn blue. Make your momma proud!

Thank you! -Randy & Deanna (The Older Geeks)
Missouri Ozarks, USA

Monthly operating costs = $750
Donations cover operating costs first
then are set aside for future upgrades and/or
handed-over to Deanna for new shoes.

Or

Or
Send a check payable to Home Computer Repair LLC, 208 E. Water St. Mount Vernon, MO 65712


Recent Super Donors ($50+)
Thanks, William
Thanks, Alan
Thanks, Lance
Thanks, John

Recent Donors
Thanks, Tim
Thanks, Wally
Thanks, Chris
Thanks, Raymond
Thanks, Michael
Thanks, Jeffrey
Thanks, Diane
Thanks, Eng
Thanks, Harry
Thanks, Henry

→ Download Your File ←


Click to Rate File     Share it on Twitter →


OlderGeeks.com Copyright (c) 2024