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[Update: June 20, 2013 - corrected name in lqToPixel.]
We found a bug in the incremental backup program uploaded recently.
[Update June 24, 2013, see Gazi's bug fix below and here's a version that uses C/C++ to do it from a compiled executable. http://rainbowsally.org/rainbowsally...staller.tar.gz. It has an uninstaller if you can find where it installs. :-) ~/bin/src/LQ_Projects Original post...
A new version of the lqMiniTerm (introduced in the horrible sockets experiments). :-) (If you missed those, count yourself lucky. ;-) )
Unfortunately, for the GUI stuff the file sets are getting rather large. It's only 12K as a gzipped tar but uncompressed it's big enough to make the blog choke, even as an sfxz compressed self extractor.
But it's worth taking a peek at this because there are a few features in it that work (that's important... that it works,...
My apologies, previous versions had hidden lq-qt/mc2 lib dependencies. So I took the time to assemble only the needed functions into a lib include file, hiding my mc2 installation to make sure it didn't link by accident, and voila!
This is only a preview, but it's a stand alone app and it's full-featured as of this writing. This one truly has no mc2 dependencies.