sync a REST_API command through a Syncthing folder

sync a REST_API command through a Syncthing folder

statement:
PC_A (local)
PC_B (external no access to GUI)

issue: PC_A shares a new folder but PC_B cannot accept.

solution: a sync’t folder with REST_API commands that runs every x time.

note !: Who is gives access to the sync’t folder gave access to PC_B. In cluster arrangement with 1 folder, this can end bad when a PC_B is hijacked. for now, PC_B is tested as windows, PC_B as linux is still to be tested.

thanks to: https://docs.syncthing.net, the people of syncthing, and google

Question: Can I have your thoughts about this please?

REST_API_config.sh (2.0 KB)

You’d like Syncthing to periodically or on demand run scripts from synced folders? I’m skeptical. However, as is, you can probably hack it using a custom versioner to run files as they are synced… A better plugin system for things like that (sync-complete hooks and whatnot) could be imagined.