[Owncloud] ownCloud Client 1.1.0 beta1
hey at jancborchardt.net
Thu Sep 6 13:03:53 UTC 2012
a while ago I said that in addition to the current dark tray icons
there also need to be light ones. Paul also mailed me and made me
aware of the issue again.
I committed some new icons – which work better on both light and dark
backgrounds, and make the cloud look less dark (rainy):
Error /Alert / something wrong:
(The SVGs are changed also. Change details:
Let me know if that’s cool.
On Fri, Aug 31, 2012 at 11:20 AM, Klaas Freitag <freitag at owncloud.com> wrote:
> I am happy to announce the availability of ownCloud Client 1.1.0 beta1
> together with ownClouds version of csync 0.50.9.
> It is the first release with a reworked sync engine: Instead of using the
> modification time of files to detect updates, it now uses uniq ids for every
> file which are issued by the ownCloud server. The ID changes if the file
> changes which is used to detect updates. To decide which files are more
> recent, the modification time (corrected by the time difference between
> server and client) is used.
> As ownCloud server also propagates ID changes up in the directory tree the
> client now also supports a way more efficient change detection. While
> earlier client versions had to traverse through all the tree it now is
> possible to check the topmost directory and if that has still the same ID,
> further traversing can be skipped. That results in greatly reduced server
> Note that this is a BETA release for you to test. Please do not use it in
> production environments yet, it still contains bugs! Keep it away from your
> serious data!!
> csync source:
> mirall source:
> Linux Packages:
> Also note that client 1.1.0 requires ownCloud server version 4.5, the 4.0
> line does not play with it.
> Please report bugs you might see to http://bugs.owncloud.org mentioning the
> platform you're on and what exactly happend.
> Refer to http://owncloud.org/dev/sync-clients/linux-build/ on how to build
> from source.
> Thanks to all who helped to make this step happen!
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