kbackup in kdereview
Albert Astals Cid
aacid at kde.org
Wed Jan 10 22:47:15 GMT 2018
El dimecres, 10 de gener de 2018, a les 20:03:39 CET, Martin Koller va
> On Mittwoch, 10. Jänner 2018 00:05:53 CET Albert Astals Cid wrote:
> > > It is already in playground at https://cgit.kde.org/kbackup.git
> > Quick notes:
> > * You don't need the setTranslator call in main.cxx there's automagic for
> > that
> fixed now
> > * You should remove the kollix at aon.at in the about data and get a
> > bugs.kde.org product
> How can I get one ?
> > * Seems there's some issues with i18n, after a quick backup i got
> > ...finished slice /home/kdeunstable/kbackup/build/
> > backup_2018.01.10-00.02.29_1.tar(I18N_ARGUMENT_MISSING)
> > -- Filtered Files: 0(I18N_ARGUMENT_MISSING)
> this was already fixed by the awesome translation guys.
> > * What is the Medium: label and the percentage bar after it?
> Medium: <number>
> is telling you to which medium you are currently writing to, e.g. the first
> ZIP disk The application was built when ZIP drives and other smaller
> removable devices were more common. Therefore the backup can be split into
> multiple slices, put onto several media.
I see, maybe it would make to hide it until you are writing on the second
I mean i understand you have code somewhere that checks the current medium got
full and asks for another one or something, then it's the moment when makes
sense to show the Medium, no? Otherwise showing always Medium: 1 or Medium: 0
(i guess the different is done a backup vs not done any backup) is always
weird for the newbie like me :)
> The percentage shows how full the medium is right now, and the size to the
> right of the bar tells you how much data you can store on it (free space).
> > * How do i get a non full backup? ( i guess it would be an incremental
> > one? )
> right. In the profile settings, set the full backup interval to at least 2
> days, then start the backup and it will display "Next backup: Incremental
> > Also crashes on Alt+F4
> Ah, damned. I introduced this just a few days ago trying to fix a hang on
> exit with dbus ... Thanks for finding.
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