PDM - PHP Dump Maker - Smart Backup Tool / News: Recent posts

PDM 4.2 is in production

Many days passed since last release. The project is unfortunately mature enoght to not require continous attention. Some bugs still lurks and some features are missing. I did some work with 4.2 some time ago and at the moment I just working on it, which mean I shall release 4.2 soon. Please report any issues found with PDM 4.1 now, if you want to see it fixed in version 4.2

Posted by Marcin Orlowski 2006-07-19

PDM 4.1 is out

Please go upgrade if you need to make multivolume backups as version 4.0 used to 'abuse' mkisofs features sometimes.

Posted by Marcin Orlowski 2004-08-18

PDM 4.0 with preliminary DVD support is out!

Finally version 4.0 hits the strees. The most anticipated feature this release brings you is preliminary DVD support. Yes! Finally you would be able to burn one DVD-R instead of tons of CDs and PDM now knows how ;) See release CHANGELOG for more details. Enjoy.

Posted by Marcin Orlowski 2004-07-30

POLL: Shall PDM be compilable?

As SF lacks standard pool forms, please give your ansewer in comment.

Question: Currently PDM is PHP based script. Would you prefer it to be compilable application instead?

Answers:

A: PHP script is fine for me. No need for a change
B: I don't bother. I use PDM sparringly
C: Yes, I'd like it to be compilable instead
D: I don't know

Please give your answer letter in the comments (regular comments are also welcomed). Thanks

Posted by Marcin Orlowski 2003-12-12

PDM 3.3 is out

Major feature update. Upgrade suggested ;)

Posted by Marcin Orlowski 2003-05-24

PDM 3.2 is out

A major update and bugfix release. However fixed bugs caused no deadly injuries, I advise you to update if you use any previous version of 3.x branch. See CHANGES

Posted by Marcin Orlowski 2003-05-15

PDM 3.1 is out

Fixes major bug (malfunction in some modes) and some tiny issues. Must-have update for 3.0 users

Posted by Marcin Orlowski 2003-04-29

PDM 3.0 is out and features file splitting

As usual see the CHANGELOG for closer details ;)

Posted by Marcin Orlowski 2003-04-13

Public PDM 2.5 claims it's beta...

Public release 2.5 of PDM went out with incorrect version string, and therefore claims it is a "2.5 beta" version on each run. Since it's rather minior issue, I decided to let it be and it won't be fixed.

Posted by Marcin Orlowski 2003-03-12

PDM 2.5 released

PDM 2.5 released - check changelog for details

Posted by Marcin Orlowski 2003-03-12

PDM 2.4 is released

Check changelog for details

Posted by Marcin Orlowski 2003-02-11

PDM 2.3 is out and replaces broken 2.2!

Frankly v2.3 is just vanilla v2.2, but working. If you fetched v2.2 it's a must-have update.

Posted by Marcin Orlowski 2003-01-23

PDM 2.2 is out

A must-have release with vast new features ;)

Posted by Marcin Orlowski 2003-01-20

PDM 2.1 is out

Major feature release. See CHANGELOG for details

Posted by Marcin Orlowski 2003-01-15

PDM 2.0 released

See changelog or release notes for details...

Posted by Marcin Orlowski 2003-01-13

PBM 1.6 released

Major enchancement release:

- code spead-up ('progress' is repored less often, which - code spead-up ('progress' is repored less often, which speeds up data processing *significantly*
- script used to leave temporary CD sets if ordered to Abort after the sets had been created, but before processed
- when in burn mode, it no longer asks to burn the CD 'again' if you wished not to burn the CD at all
- added config var to control FIFO size (important for all on-the-fly burners)
- wrote some kind of documentation (check README ;-)
- modified configuration vars to be more self explanatory
- script used to leave temporary CD sets if ordered to Abort after the sets had been created, but before processed
- when in burn mode, it no longer asks to burn the CD 'again' if you wished not to burn the CD at all
- added config var to control FIFO size (important for all on-the-fly burners)
- wrote some kind of documentation (check README ;-)
- modified configuration vars to be more self explanatory

Posted by Marcin Orlowski 2003-01-01

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