I’ve opened a dos prompt and did this:
SET TOOL_DIR=D:\Tools\@Command Line Tools\duplicacy_x64 SET TOOL_EXE=%TOOL_DIR%\duplicacy.exe SET PREF_DIR=%TOOL_DIR%\!preferences SET EXCLUDES=%TOOL_DIR%\exclusions.txt SET ID=Tools SET SRC=D:\Tools SET DST=E:\duplicacy_tst_tools "%TOOL_EXE%" init -c 16M -min 4M -max 64M -pref-dir "%PREF_DIR%\%ID%" -repository "%SRC%" "%ID%" "%DST%" "%TOOL_EXE%" set -filters "%EXCLUDES%" "%TOOL_EXE%" backup
Everthing went smoothly.
I closed that dos prompt window and opened a new one.
I’ve used the same SET … commands (but no init or -set this time) and after that
But now I get a
Repository has not been initialized
How to I tell duplicacy to pickup the right preferences file so that it doesn’t fail?
Is there no other way then CD’ing into the %TOOL_DIR% folder before executing the backup?