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 **Automated duplex synchronization with another repository.**
 
-This extension provides the command //autosync// which automatically and continuously commits working copy changes, fetches (pull, merge, commit) changes from another repository and pushes local changes back to the other repository.
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 //Requires Mercurial ≥ 1.3.1//
 
-The idea of this extension is to use Mercurial as a back-end to synchronize
-a set of files across different machines. Think of configuration files or
-to-do lists as examples for things to synchronize. On a higher level one
-can say this command synchronizes not only repositories but also working
-directories. A central repository (usually without a working copy) must be
-used as synchronization hub:
+The idea of this extension is to use Mercurial as a synchronization engine to keep files in sync accross work stations.
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+This extension provides the //autosync// command which automatically and continuously commits working copy changes, fetches (pull, merge, commit) changes from another repository and pushes local changes back to the other repository. Think of configuration files or to-do lists as examples for things to synchronize. On a higher level the //autosync// command not only synchronizes repositories but also working copies. A central repository (usually without a working copy) must be used as synchronization hub:
 
 {{http://bytebucket.org/obensonne/hg-autosync/wiki/images/repo-setup-small.png|Example repo setup}}
 
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