Release Notes: Scanning backups no longer blocks the user interface. Scanning and browsing may finally be done at the same time. Search functionality was added. This feature is also available via system service from any system services enabled file manager. Browsing and searching indexed snapshots is possible without the backup device being connected. Scans may optionally be performed as superuser; this allows you to monitor changes to directories to which the user doesn't have execute permission. BackupLoupe detects snapshots made while the program is running and updates its window accordingly. The type of change is displayed in history: new, modified, or removed. A statistics view was added for backup devices and machines. Info/Reveal supports CocoaTechs Path Finder.
Release Notes: Background indexing now works for OSX Mavericks as well. File type information is no longer truncated when a file cannot be read due to insufficient permissions. Updated documentation.
Release Notes: This release fixes an issue which made BackupLoupe remove valid cache files, forcing the user to re-index.
Release Notes: This release added a config option to order by name (instead of size) and fixed a rare crash. It is now made clear that changing the location of the cache folder will move the the cache files from the old location to the new one.
Release Notes: A rare crash when mounting a new volume during initialization was fixed. Endless indexing when encountering directories with zero-length names was fixed.
Release Notes: This release is fully functional on OS X 10.5 - 10.8. The history/excluded items drawers have been turned into regular views. BackupLoupe now offers to move an item to the trash in case the item to be restored already exists. Symbolic links were not properly handled when the preceding snapshot contained a directory with the same name. This has been fixed.