filemask in script file

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filemask in script file

Hi there,

I am trying to exclude Thumbs.db and .DS_Store from a synchronize command in a script file.
Here is my command:
synchronize -filemask=""|*/Thumbs.db;*/.DS_Store"" -delete -resumesupport=off remote D:\XXXX ./
Also tried -filemask=""|Thumbs.db;.DS_Store""
The result is no sync at all, Thumbs.db nor test.txt file.
The Doc says
You cannot use this in source parameters of script command
and the footnote says
Note that this restriction does not apply to -filemask switch in scripting
I am a little bit lost :)
So my question: is it possible to use this switch in a txt script file? Or how do I exclude those files?

Thanks in advance.

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Re: filemask in script file

The |Thumbs.db;.DS_Store is correct. Whether there should be the double double-quotes, depends on a context, where you use the command (command-line or script file).

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Whether there should be the double double-quotes, depends on a context, where you use the command (command-line or script file)
Yes!!! Got it!
synchronize -filemask="|Thumbs.db;.DS_Store" -delete -resumesupport=off remote D:\XXXX ./
Simple double-quotes for script file, double double-quotes for command line.
It works like a charm now.
Thank you very much Martin!

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