Syncthing Ios

Syncthing only syncs when you connect for a brief period, as ios doesn’t permit a daemon running full time in the background. Another limitation of the ios operating system is it does not allow me to open a file directly, but I must import it into the app. This may be a limitation of the app along with the ios operating system.

Syncthing replaces proprietary sync and cloud services with something open, trustworthy and decentralized. By the way, you can run Syncthing and Resilio Sync together on the same folder. I was looking for a way to get my iOS powered machine in on the fun, since Syncthing isn't available for iOS. Syncthing-GTK is available on Fedora 30 via the Dnf command. However, Fedora 30 is out of date (2 years to be exact). If you use Fedora and need to get Syncthing GTK working, you will need to follow the Flatpak installation instructions instead. Syncthing GTK is available on OpenSUSE 15.1 and 15.2 via the “Oss” software repository.

Syncthing Ios客户端

I’am working on a iOS Port of Syncthing, i am able now after some weeks to compile go source for iOS arm & arm64, now i can compile go source as a library like a go-output.a file with c header like _cgo_export.h and run go code on iOS Devices.

In the next weeks i will puplish the workaround how to do this for go source on iOS.

But now i need a little bit help to compile Syncthing

//THIS IS JUST A BASIC EXAMPLE WHAT I MUST DOFor Compile:

Ford Sync 3 3.0 Update

Syncthing

Imports

Syncthing Ios Alternative

I think the file which i must modify is /github.com/syncthing/syncthing/cmd/syncthing/main.go right?