The minimum Python version is now to 2.6.
The index format has been adjusted to handle a larger number of entries, which will trigger a full index rebuild on the next index update, making that run more expensive than usual.
gc command should now clean up its temporary bloom filters, but filters created by earlier invocations may still exist in your repositories in the objects/pack/ directory as tmp-gc-*.bloom files, It should be safe to delete these files when no bup commands are running.
Some Python 2.6 compatibility problems have been fixed.
index runs may be much less expensive for parts of the filesystem that haven’t changed since the last save.
prune-older command has been added. It removes (permanently deletes) all saves except those preserved by a set of arguments like
--keep-monthlies-for 3y. See
bup help prune-older for further information.
gc should now only require up to one packfile (about 1GB) of temporary space while running. Previously it might require much more.
gc should read much less data now, which may make it notably faster.
--threshold argument should actually be allowed now.
gc should be able to handle deeper filesystem trees without crashing. Previously it was constrained by the default Python stack depth limit.
split should reject invalid
-n names immediately instead of waiting until after their work is complete.
bup should no longer crash when trying to fsync on an SMB filesystem under OS X.
restore should work on ntfs-3g filesystems now. Previously they might crash when trying to manipulate file attrs.
The web tests should be skipped if tornado is not detected.
The fuse tests should be skipped if the fuse module is not detected.
make clean should work better on non-Linux systems.
Andrew Skretvedt, Ben Kelly, Bruno Bigras, Greg Troxel, Jacob Edelman, Jonathan Wright, Julien Sanchez, Mark J Hewitt, Nick Alcock, Pascal Honoré, Rob Browning, Wayne Scott, axion, ilovezfs, phillipproell, and vi0oss