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komparator4

   1.0  

KDE Archiving/Backup

Score 79%
komparator4
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Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  503
Submitted:  Nov 24 2009
Updated:  Apr 9 2013

Description:

Komparator4 is a KDE4 port of Komparator.

Komparator is an application that searches and synchronizes two directories. It discovers duplicate, newer or missing files and empty folders.
It works on local and network / kioslave protocol folders (like smb:/, ftp://, media:/)




Changelog:

1.0
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* Potential bug leading to random crashes fixed (thanks to google01103)

0.9
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* Fixed copy to clipboard
* Newest kdatecombo.[h][cpp]
* Potential bugs leading to random crashes fixed

0.8
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* Spanish translation (thanks to Lucio Martínez)
* Updated to newest kfind
* Bug excluding randomly large files from lists fixed

0.7
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* Czech translation (thanks to Pavel Fric)
* small updates of the search engine to more recent KDE version
* bug (deleting custom preset sometimes impossible) fixed

0.6
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* run KIO commands from GUI thread as KIO is not thread-save (fix random crashes)
* workaround for random crashes when deleting files

0.5
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* preserve modification time stamp on get/put kioslave protocols

0.4
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* files aren't executed on selection (single click setting)
* "--minimized" command line option
* KDE 4.5 compatibility

0.3
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* resize columns in list view enabled
* updated documentation screenshots
* fixed sorting by size and time stamp
* accelerated empty directory search

0.2
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* fixed performance issue for large number of files

0.1b
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* fixed window close problem
* new error list dialog (only open one error dialog at a time)
* fixed md5 checksum problem

0.1
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* initial release




LicenseGPL
Source(komparator4-1.0.tar.bz2)
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 some notes to komparator4-0.3

 
 by trebor on: Jul 26 2010
 
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I think komparator is a great and useful tool. That's why I want to suggest two improvements.

1. If you want to selct only some files to sync(with ctrl + mouseclick), komparator opens with every click the file.
This should be fixed.

2. At my system komparator starts after login. That's why there should be an option to start komparator as system tray.


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 Re: some notes to komparator4-0.3

 
 by jaegerschnitzel on: Jul 26 2010
 
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Thanks for your comment.
1) I cannot reproduce the problem, with single or double mouse click enabled in KDE system settings. I selected several files inside the result lists, but it didn't open a single file.
2) I implemented a command line option "--minimized", which will start komparator4 minimized to system tray, if you enabled the system tray icon inside komparator4 settings. The next version will come with this feature.


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 Re: Re: some notes to komparator4-0.3

 
 by trebor on: Jul 27 2010
 
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I've made screencast to demonstrate the selection problem (single mouse click enabled in kde systemsettings).
Look http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T7RTMBYf_5U


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 Re: Re: Re: some notes to komparator4-0.3

 
 by jaegerschnitzel on: Jul 27 2010
 
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Thanks, I could reproduce it.
It seems to be a bug or feature of Qt.
I'll see if I can find a workaround.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: some notes to komparator4-0.3

 
 by jaegerschnitzel on: Jul 29 2010
 
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Implemented a workaround in komparator4-0.4


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 Unable to compile => KDE 4.5

 
 by tittiatcoke on: Jul 30 2010
 
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Hi,

Compiling the included translations with a KDE version >= 4.5 fails. This is most likely due to a change created in 4.5 regarding translations.

It would be great if you could fix this one.

Regards

Raymond


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 Re: Unable to compile => KDE 4.5

 
 by jaegerschnitzel on: Jul 30 2010
 
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inside doc/index.docbook file, can you try to replace the line

<!DOCTYPE book PUBLIC "-//KDE//DTD DocBook XML V4.1.2-Based Variant V1.1//EN" "dtd/kdex.dtd" [

by

<!DOCTYPE book PUBLIC "-//KDE//DTD DocBook XML V4.2-Based Variant V1.1//EN" "dtd/kdex.dtd" [

? ("4.1.2" -> "4.2")

Thanks.


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 Re: Re: Unable to compile => KDE 4.5

 
 by tittiatcoke on: Jul 30 2010
 
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Thanks.

This did the trick and the build went fine.


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 Re: Re: Re: Unable to compile => KDE 4.5

 
 by jaegerschnitzel on: Jul 30 2010
 
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I modified the archive with this little change.
Packages are being built.


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 Leave timestamp untouched

 
 by trebor on: Aug 17 2010
 
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Is there a possibility to let the timestamp untouched after syncing?

After syncing it shows me at the file properties alsways the date when I last sync the file, not the date I really edited the file.
This is really bad if you want to look at the date when a photo is taken or when you have edited the file last time.
It also produces a lot of traffic if you sync sometimes in the one direction and sometimes in the other.
For example if sync a group of files (e.g. from pc to laptop) they now will have the date of syncing. If you later want to sync this group of files in the other direction, all files will be synced, because they don't have the real edit date. If the folder is 1GB big (photo folders are mostly bigger) and you chose fish:// for syncing, then you have to wait the whole day until it's finished. Even if you have only 5 files edited.


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 Re: Leave timestamp untouched

 
 by trebor on: Aug 17 2010
 
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Sry, it's not a bug in comparator. It's belog to kio.

https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=55804

Maybe another feature request.
Can you add kwallet for storing passwords?


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 Improvement and...

 
 by cezaryece on: Jan 24 2011
 
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Hi Gregor!
I think k4 has big potential and power but need some improvements.
For example you have field called "m_enable_duplicates_search", but it can not be set be UI and seems always be TRUE. I use k4 mainly for comparing my USB disk with disks in desktops and I not want to search duplicates (it take some time with 1T disks), but now the way to avoid it is change in code (BTW big benefit of OpenSource).
If you want some help with coding I can try to prepare few patches.
Do you have k4 in any version control repository?


cezaryece
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 Re: Improvement and...

 
 by jaegerschnitzel on: Jan 24 2011
 
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Hi,

I really appreciate your comments and your offer for help.

Concerning your duplicates search problem: Try to click on the check mark (next to the tab title "Duplicate files"), it will disable the tab (and also the duplicates search. Probably you'll also have to disable the "Newer files" tab, I don't remember. You can also disable md5 sum check and even file size check to speed up the search. It's always a good idea to use the "What's this" help, it's quite elaborate in komparator4.

I don't use a version control repository, just a simple folder on my hard disk :-)

Your help is very welcome, and if you want to, you can contact me via email to exchange ideas and discuss the ways to exchange code.

Georg


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 deleting files very slow

 
 by 01jazz on: Jan 7 2012
 
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As I'm running komparator4, after finding ten thousands of duplicates on backups, the deleting of all those files goes by 1 file / second...extreme slow :) i have no idea why...
maybe its possible to make a "export duplicate list" with full paths to run that in a shell

Best regards
Jazz Saigon, Vietnam


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 Locating duplicate files - single directory

 
 by carlbeech on: Jan 19 2012
 
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Hi,

I've been looking at Komparator - it looks to be the thing I've been looking for... a simple way of locating duplicate files..

Is there any way to get the application to examine a single directory rather than comparing two directories? - It seems to have a better success rate than utilities like FSLint...

Many thanks

Carl.


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 Re: Locating duplicate files - single directory

 
 by jaegerschnitzel on: Mar 22 2012
 
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I'll think about it. This will require GUI changes.
For now, you can use an empty directory as reference directory, and disable search for newer / missing files.


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