Sets the type of VCS to use. Valid types are: ‘cvs’, ‘svn’,
and ‘git’. This statement is usually not needed, as
vcsync is able to determine the VCS type
automatically. See VCS detection.
The corresponding command line option is -T (--type).
Sets the VCS command line. The default command depends on the VCS type:
|CVS||/usr/bin/cvs -q -z3|
Sets the pathname of the of the destination root directory.
This can be set from the command line using the -w (--destination-root) option.
Command execution timeout (seconds). If the VCS command takes more than this number of seconds to run, it will be forcibly terminated.
Detach from the controlling terminal before synchronizing. See CVS for a discussion of this setting.
The corresponding command line option is -b (--detach).
Seconds to sleep before synchronizing. See CVS for a discussion of this setting.
The corresponding command line option is -s (--sleep).
Defines the message to display before synchronizing. The message will be printed on standard error.