Thanks guys! I’ll go and make 1.0.7 a public beta today.
Fixed the bugs you’ve reported. Version 1.0.7 is up.
Did a lot of major internal changes tha last days, so this might not be over yet ….
New beta is up!
hmm, i don’t see that box anywhere ….. got to take a closer look sometimes ….
I think you detected all other changes i made already. I may have tweaked the serial communication a bit, but to be honest, i can’t remember exactly what i did. Column sorting in App List schould be no problem, also you’re right about that message-loop when disconnecting the phone, that’s something i should definitely fix before realeasing WaveBackup ‚officially‘.
The next Version will be up soon, and will have some more options to play with ….
Uploaded Version 1.0.5. This time it’s .Net 3.5. I didn’t noticed any changes in stability.
I have added some output to gather performance benchmarks. I’ve also fixed a sorting bug in the list.
I would use .Net 4 if it is clear that it is superior in stability compared to older version of .NET, but so far this seems not to be the case. At the moment i’m thinking of settling with 3.5 because nowadys the majority of people should have it installed.
lol. Have you managed to do it? Because i still don’t know how it works …. 🙂
Funny, i think package_general.bar was the one file that downloaded forever a few day ago. Something seems to be odd with it ….
Currently i’m thinking of having 3 different Levels of access:
– Normal mode: as it is now + writing of files to App/Data Folder
– Advanced: like sTune
– Expert: Everything is allowed
Normal mode is default, Advanced can be ‚unlocked‘ by everyone with a few clicks.
Expert mode will be harder to unlock. i’m thinking of protecting it with a password or something like that (just the first thought …. i’ll specify this when its time)
So, uploaded a new Version for .Net 4. This time it’s tuned for speed! Fetching the complete directory listing for the phone (memorycard excluded!) took about 3 minutes for me. Haven’t tried downloading all the files yet …… will do that later when i have more time.
Ok, i’ve uploaded a .Net 4 Version and an new .Net 2 Version, so we can compare both framework versions …..
Just remembered that bot my machines here have a old Windows XP installation on their HDs. Just trying a download of the complete FS on my Notebook (now Windows XP Sp3), seems to be running fine, only 1 bad file so far.
I’m thinking of compiling WaveBackup against .NET Framework 4, a lot of things have changes there, and i could really use some of the new features as well …..
Bada Version is a good idea too, mine is JL2 (bada 1.2).
I would like to find out, why the ‚experience‘ is so totally different for each of us. On my machine, i’ve almost no problems at the moment. I need more information about your environment. i’m using a 2 year old pc with Windows 7 x64, cpu is an intel quad core. What do you have?
I also think .NET could be the reason for some of the stability problems, but this would be rather hard so solve ….
Ist jetzt in der aktuellen beta …..
Auch eine gute Idee, hab das in der neuen Beta vorbereitet. Variable heisst <MYSTARTUPPATH>, funktioniert im Moment aber nur bei den Importschritten. Für die Konfiguration des ExifTool Pfades (noch) nicht ….