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Autoversion

   1.1.12  

KDE Service Menu

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Homepage:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  191
Submitted:  Sep 5 2011
Updated:  Dec 7 2011

Description:

Allow you to restore previous versions of files.

It checks selected folders for changes and automatically backups changed files. Later, you can restore any version.

Main feature of this project - convenience. Of course, it is NOT replacement for svn, git or any other control version system.

For intallation just extract files and run ./install.pl so:
$ tar xf autoversion.tar.gz
$ cd autoversion
$ ./install.pl


P.S. You need perl-Archive-Zip package installed.




Changelog:

1.1.12
- Fixed a critical issue. In some cases the program did not make backups. Please update!
1.1.11
- Some install script changes
- Removed unnecessary lines in files
1.1.10
- Added multiselection support (possibility to add several folders in one click)
-Fixed issue with whitespaces. Previous versions can't work with folders which contain spaces in name.
1.1.02
- Fixed minor issues in installator
1.1.01
- Added script for removing the program
1.1
- Added limit 100 versions for each file. After this the program removes oldest backup.
1.0.01
- small internal fixes and changes
1.0
- First release




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 Some questions

 
 by FSchulz on: Sep 5 2011
 
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Hey!

First: This looks very nice. But I have some questions: How does it work? I mean, where and how get the "old" files saved and can I delete some and not all old versions of a file. How is the impact of this software on the disk space?

Best regards!


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 Re: Some questions

 
 by shura on: Sep 5 2011
 
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Hi. When you enables monitoring on some directory, the program creates subdirectory .autobackup and makes zip archives on every changed file.

For example, if you enables monitoring of /home/user/documents then the program creates directory /home/user/documents/.autobackup

Now is impossible to limit used space, but I hope I'll add this in next version.


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 Re: Re: Some questions

 
 by FSchulz on: Sep 5 2011
 
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Ok this sounds very nice! I think it is very useful for some folders / documents. Thank you very much for your fast response and your work!


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 Re: Re: Re: Some questions

 
 by shura on: Sep 5 2011
 
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Added limit. Now it is possible up to 100 versions for each file, after it the script removes oldest version.
No any special configurable options was added.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Some questions

 
 by FSchulz on: Sep 6 2011
 
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Yeah this is very nice! Thank you very much for your effort!


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