backintime 1.0.34-0.1 source package in Ubuntu

Changelog

backintime (1.0.34-0.1) unstable; urgency=medium


  * Non-maintainer upload
  * New upstream release (Closes: #707198, #730341, #727213)
  * Remove portable-configure patch, as now applied upstream; extend
    desktop-su patch to include kde4
  * Moved documentation from /usr/share/doc/backintime to
    /usr/share/doc/backintime-common, as there is no "backintime" binary
    package
  * Updated debian/watch to match new repository filenames
  * Might also close some of the other outstanding bugs; these need to be
    triaged

 -- Julian Gilbey <email address hidden>  Thu, 02 Jan 2014 10:03:47 +0000

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Uploaded by:
Jonathan Wiltshire on 2014-01-07
Uploaded to:
Sid
Original maintainer:
Jonathan Wiltshire
Architectures:
all
Section:
utils
Urgency:
Medium Urgency

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Trusty release on 2014-01-07 universe utils

Builds

Trusty: [FULLYBUILT] i386

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backintime_1.0.34.orig.tar.gz 884.5 KiB 2e1846e32e0649d4c0562c5c3821373354591b1ed22116066f1013c7775ea9d6
backintime_1.0.34-0.1.debian.tar.gz 5.3 KiB 39001733cd89640ad5fc5f19526b9d242377fa29c8b33fd8bf9b59e939fc59ee

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Binary packages built by this source

backintime-common: simple backup/snapshot system

 Back In Time is a framework for rsync, diff and cron for the purpose of
 taking snapshots and backups of specified folders. It minimizes disk space use
 by taking a snapshot only if the directory has been changed, and hard links
 for unmodified files if it has. The user can schedule regular backups using
 cron.
 .
 This is the common framework for Back In Time. You need to choose a suitable
 front-end for your desktop environment, like backintime-gnome or
 backintime-kde.

backintime-gnome: GNOME front-end for backintime

 Back In Time is a framework for rsync, diff and cron for the purpose of
 taking snapshots and backups of specified folders. It minimizes disk space use
 by taking a snapshot only if the directory has been changed, and hard links
 for unmodified files if it has. The user can schedule regular backups using
 cron.
 .
 This is the GNOME front-end for the backintime-common package. If you also
 install the package nautilus-actions, it can be integrated with the Nautilus
 file manager to provide context-menu options.

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