I'd gladly pay for a simple command-line utility that worked without the need for java and didn't use the retarded XML config file thing.
Seriously... just let me set some environment variables with my access keys, then do something like this:
bucketcommander bucketname:/some/path /some/local/path
bucketcommander /some/local/path bucketname:/some/path
You do a great job on copying folders, which is why I need you instead of s3sync, but your interface and the need to run as an X app is totally ridiculous for remote Linux servers. I had to install xauth and a bunch of other stuff just to get your code running. And WTF with firing up Firefox every time I run your program??? That's TOTALLY f'ed up -- I'm running X over an SSH connection, and you're throwing that kind of traffic down my pipe?
I'll use you for the 30 day trial because I just seriously have to get some things done, but in the meantime, I'm looking for something better. If I can't find anything better, I guess you'll get my money -- this time.
I want a REAL COMMAND LINE, not this crazy thing you've got that takes four hours to get it running.
Oh, btw -- I set up my credentials in the BucketExplorer.xml file, but you a-holes keep overwriting it, so now I've hosed my whole installation and am starting over again. Just let me set my creds in environment variables like any other god-damned Linux app ever f'ing written. That way I can write my own GPG wrapper and not have to leave my creds in plain text or trust your black-box crypto to keep me safe.
Its OBVIOUS you're a bunch of windoze doods. I guess I'm glad I at least have the option to buy your stuff, but spend a couple days at least actually working in a Linux or Unix environment why dont' you?