Release Notes: This release brings several new features like full support for Mac OS X's file forks, archive merging/sub-setting, the ability to save files more recent than a given date, XML archive listing, file filtering based on lists of files, a check for file modification while files are read for backup, proper closing of the archive upon signal reception (so it can be used for further differential backup), the ability to pause every N slices, the ability to use a regex expression in filters (-ar/-ag options), and a snapshot feature. dar_manager now has an interactive mode and can restore files at a given date.
Release Notes: Many new features have been added, including strong encryption, on-the-fly isolation, dry-run execution, thread safe libdar with support for thread cancellation, speed optimizations, and many others.
Release Notes: This version features ports to FreeBSD, NetBSD, and SunOS, API and libdar creation for external software, speed and memory optimizations, and a few bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release has bzip2 compression, nodump ext2/3 flag consideration, flat restoration (ignoring directories), not compressing files under a given size, reading configuration files (/etc/darrc or ~/.darrc) if present, and several bugfixes.
Release Notes: Support for 64-bit Linux and Cygwin, a scrambling feature, selective compression based on filenames, a configuration file, the ability to run a user-specified command line between slices, and a new command for extracting a set of files from any number of differential and full backups. There were also some other minor features added and few bugfixes.
Release Notes: DAR can now save or restore hard links and Extended Attributes. Many new features have been added, including integrity testing, comparison with a filesystem, extraction of the "catalogue" to a small file, archiving to or extracting from a remote host using pipes, slice re-shaping of an existing archive, and a non-interactive mode.