This release features bugfixes, updated translations and a new "overwrite logs" preferences option.
Some important fixes and some new/improved translations are featured.
A minor release with some little fixes and enhancements:
Minor release with these changes: do not allow creation of session names with slashes in them, lintian fixes to man pages and desktop file.
This version has little changes: I released it in order to distribute the new and updated translations. There is some cleanup here and there as well.
This version has session sets enabled, so you can test it out. It is marked experimental, because there are many changes, but it may be just ok.
Plus it has Unity support and bugfixes.
New version 1.2.0 is available.
It should have been the first version with session sets, unfortunately I stumbled upon a lot of bugs and problems and I do not have enough time to look into all of them now.
Thus I'm releasing a version with disabled session sets but with all the other enhancements and fixes which have been added meanwhile.
This one is mainly a bugfix version. Main changes are: Removed automatic addition of a trailing slash to source and destination directories, updated new functionalities of 1.1.0 for Maemo, added "Rsync command line" menu item + more.
WARNING: the trailing slash modification changes the behavior from "copy contents of source dir" to "copy source dir and its contents", but it affects only source dirs selected from file chooser dialog, not existing sessions.
A new version, 1.1.0, can now be downloaded. The main focus is fixing the annoyances found on mac os x and freebsd, while adding some nice functionalities, like status bar icon and "run as superuser". There are also some other small fixes and enhancements.
Since there is a lot of meat (I had to rewrite part of the rsync process controlling code), I decided to skip to 1.1 directly, instead of going for 1.0.1.
Let me know of any anomalies you will find, including behaviors which are different from the previous version.
Grsync has been promoted to stable quality on Maemo 5 and is now installable via the standard procedure.
See http://maemo.org/downloads/product/Maemo5/grsync/ for details.
Other news include a fix for FreeBSD and Mac Os X problems... version 1.1 is coming so stay tuned!
As you can see, grsync has got a new home in sourceforge! Meaning you can follow the development in various ways, including the latest development version, accessible via subversion repository (svn).