Wednesday, April 20, 2011
Two years ago I posted some quick instructions on how I keep my Adium chat logs synced between Macs using Dropbox. I’ve tweaked my setup slightly since then. Here’s my new approach.
First, if you already have Adium on multiple machines, copy all your logs over to a single Mac. You can merge the folders easily with an app like Changes. Once you’ve got a canonical folder of all your combined chat logs, place it somewhere in your Dropbox. Then…
cd "~/Library/Application Support/Adium 2.0/Users/Default/" mv Logs ~/Desktop/LogsBackup ln -s ~/Dropbox/Path/To/Adium/Logs/ Logs
Repeat the symlink steps on each Mac you want to sync.
This new approach keeps your files physically in Dropbox and a symlink in your Adium support folder pointing to their real location.
And that’s it. Enjoy.
(Really though, this would be a lot easier if Adium had an option to choose where your chat logs are stored.)
|Unsupported Architecture When Submitting to Mac App Store||Experimenting with Piracy - An Indie Mac Developer's Perspective|