Fuse filesystem for accessing rdiff-backup archives
rdiff-backup-fs is a filesystem in userspace that reads rdiff-backup
archives and provides convenient access for different revisions of the copied
files and directories.
Anyone who at least once lost his project knows – I personally do - how
important it is to create backups. Rdiff-backup
(http://www.nongnu.org/rdiff-backup/) allows user to incrementally
backup one directory into another. Increments make disk usage relatively
low, as only differences between two consecutive backups are stored.
This has its drawbacks, however. Although user can access files fro
* Support for on demand building of revision snapshot.
rdiff-backup-fs - Filesystem for accessing rdiff-backup ar‐
rdiff-backup-fs <mount_point> <repository> [repositories ...]
rdiff-backup-fs is a filesystem in userspace that reads
rdiff-backup archives and provides convenient
rdiff-backup-fs (1.0.0-4) unstable; urgency=low
* Applied changes to avoid FTBFS with ld --as-nee
For a complete change log clone mercurial repository and run hg log.
Browse inside rdiff-backup-fs_1.0.0-4_i386.deb
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