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Re: [rdiff-backup-users] Q) Is rdiff backup being maintained ?

From: Alexander Samad
Subject: Re: [rdiff-backup-users] Q) Is rdiff backup being maintained ?
Date: Wed, 18 May 2011 11:35:24 +1000

Thats sounds good, I too liked rdiff-backup, found some issues with it, worked around those and haven't really touched it in a while, but seeing as we are talking backups, always good to know that somebody is looking after the code.

On Thu, May 12, 2011 at 9:58 PM, Dominic Raferd <address@hidden> wrote:
Alex, I believe Daniel Miller is working on a new project inspired by rdiff-backup, I think he will post here when it is ready for others to try. I don't think its archives will be compatible with rdiff-backup.

For most of us rdiff-backups works and works very well indeed. Users like myself would really appreciate some generous volunteer (who understands the code, unlike me!) creating and then maintaining a fork (which in due course could become rdiff-backup2?), so that ongoing bugs can be addressed. I'm not sure whether it would be best to start from 1.2.8 (stable), 1.3.3 (unstable, but I haven't heard of many problems) or CVS.


On 28/04/2011 01:33, Alexander Samad wrote:

Wondering if the application is being maintained - bug fixes etc


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