I don’t get a lot of useful information using the documented “duplicacy backup -enum-only” to test my filters. The output is extremely sparse by default.
I tried -verbose, and this didn’t seem to do enough. Only when adding -d (debug) to the command did I get what I originally expected…a list of my filters, and then each file in the target repository with an indication of whether it would be “included” or “excluded” (and excluded showed the rule-match, which is great).
Debug had some extra info in it, which would be expected when using that option. So I’m just wondering if the default output is “as designed”, or does the stdout info need to be made more verbose by default with this option?