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ibocator

ibocator (formerly elocator) is a program that keeps track of data stuff on CDs, DVDs, HDDs, and other devices.It makes it easy to find things and detects duplicates.

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elocator renamed into ibocator 06 Apr 2010

The elocator has been renamed into ibocator, as elocator is already used by a commercial application. Sorry for the inconveniences.

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  •  11 Jun 2010 09:46

    Release Notes: An editor for media IDs was added. The media with ID 0 is handled better. Save, load, and import are executed in a worker thread, and the progress is shown via a progress bar. The code was reorganized a bit.

    •  04 Jun 2010 10:41

      Release Notes: libibocator was split into smaller libraries. The main widget was reimplemented to eliminate crashes when reorganizing the catalog and to improve handling of adding and removing items. The properties of the catalog are shown when loading it instead of selecting the first subitem.

      •  25 May 2010 22:02

        Release Notes: This release implements a new dialog that helps re-organize the catalog.

        •  15 May 2010 20:33

          Release Notes: This is mostly a bugfix release, without major changes. A checkbox to control MD5 creation was added. The user is notified if the dabase has changed before closing the application. A build option to not build the tests was added. The file and folder timestamps are retrieved and stored. Handling of auto-loaded databases was improved. The program starts with an empty database. Timestamps are displayed.

          •  01 May 2010 22:07

            Release Notes: CdCat import was implemented. A crash that occurred when you delete an item was fixed.

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