Today I noticed that despite what I have believed setting SyncTrayzor to watch folders doesn’t stop Syncthing from polling them. Previously I though that when I set this, SyncTrayzor will ignore polling intervals set in config.xml of Syncthing and use its own (something big or 0) just like it’s using its own API key and GUI listen port. Reason for this to happen for me (apart from being lazy to think about it too much) is line in config saying:
“The following folders will be watched for changes, which avoids polling.”
I now that in Introduction of SyncTrayzor is:
Can watch your folders for changes, so you don’t have to poll them frequently:
- This means you can increase the polling interval in Syncthing, avoiding the resource usage of high-frequency polling, but still have any changes propagated straight away.
But if I understand meaning of the word “avoid” correctly, line says that setting folders to be watch by SyncTrayzor will itself remove frequent polling (And in that way I also translated it to czech.).
Setting it to something by SyncTrayzor is bad idea (I know, what was I thinking), so can the line be changed to include information that user himself has to change polling intervals in Syncthing?
P.S.: Posting here (instead of creating an issue) because I’m not that confident I understand line correctly.