Release Notes: This release fixes a crash when used with Python 3.3.
Release Notes: This is a release of the first feature-complete version of AutoArchive. It lets you define archives in text files and simply use their names as parameters for backup creation. It can make 'tar' backups incrementally while allowing you to re-create any existing backup level, and also takes care of restarting to a lower level automatically. Backups that are no longer relevant can be automatically deleted. A new --quiet option. Orphaned archives can be listed selectively. Bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release fixes the exclusion of files from the archive and backup level restarting.
Release Notes: This release fixes processing of symbolic links by the internal tar archiver and removes unrelated warnings.
Release Notes: Listing of all configured archives and detailed information about them has been added. With this feature, you can see the current backup level of an archive. AutoArchive is now able to show and purge stored internal data for no-longer-existing archives. Many additional small improvements and bugfixes have been added.
Release Notes: Automatic backup level restarting is now supported. An internal tar implementation that is independent of external tools was added. The possibility of specifying an archive's destination directory was added. Handling of tar's messages was improved. Other small improvements and fixes were made.
Release Notes: Info, warning, and error output messages now contain the name of the archive being processed; this is particularly helpful when processing multiple archives in a single run. This release fixes setting of the exit code, reading of the user-config-dir and user-config-file options, and more.
Release Notes: Support for configuration files. Now it is possible to configure AutoArchive via system and per-user configuration files. Archive specification files (.aa files) may contain configuration options as well, so it is possible to do per-archive customization. Additionally, they have now their own dedicated directory where they can be placed. It allows you to use just a simple name instead of specifying the full path to an .aa file. The format of the .aa files was slightly changed; migration is required. AutoArchive code was heavily refactored, has a new architecture, and requires Python 3.
Release Notes: The archiver type "tarxz" was added. This uses the XZ utilities to create tar.xz archives. Some bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This release specifies the GNU GPL version (3) in file headers. Some example '.aa' configuration files have been added to the doc directory.A symbolic link to the aa command named 'autoarchive' has been created, and the same has been done for the man page.