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sync.rb difference between Sync::UN, Sync::EX and Sync::SH

 
 
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      12-08-2005
In sync.rb what are Sync::UN, Sync::EX and Sync::SH all about?

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Oh, one other thing. SyncEnumerator has nothing to do with Sync right?
Maybe it would be better if were named something else (TandemEnumerator
come to mind).

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      12-12-2005
No one know? I assume Sync::EX when underlying data is gogin to change
and Sync::SH when it's not? Can EX just be used alwasy instead?

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