Wednesday, January 25, 2023

Aperito v1.5.3

    Version 1.5.3 of Aperito doesn't show the message about applying permissions to directories when there are none to apply. It also stops affecting the modification times of directories in the source tree (those would change as files were moved out of them). A bug that could stop read-only files from being moved has been fixed as well as a potential crash when "keep shallow" was used and a few bugs regarding the preservation of mofication times in directories on the target tree were squashed. Finally the copy commands will no longer overwrite files in the target directory, not even if you use the nonstop command because that's not what nonstop is supposed to be doing. Finally Aperito now has an end2end test suit (mind you, I have not yet tested the test framework on anything but Linux) which I'll keep expanding to see if I've missed any cases. Upgrading is highly recommended.

 The latest version can be downloaded from here, and the signature from here. Source code is included in the zipfile.

Wednesday, January 18, 2023

Aperito v1.5.2

   Version 1.5.2 of Aperito fixes a problem I encountered when it had to copy or move files into a write protected directory. Directory permissions are now applied at the end of the process, after all files have been copied or moved.

 The latest version can be downloaded from here, and the signature from here. Source code included in the zipfile.

Thursday, January 5, 2023

Aperito v1.5.1

  Version 1.5.1 of Aperito has some more examples in its help and is open source for the first time under GNU GPLv3. The source code and my build script is in the zipfile.

 The latest version can be downloaded from here, and the signature from here.

Wednesday, December 21, 2022

Aperito v1.5

 Version 1.5 of Aperito adds the "onlybefore" and "onlyafter" commands which take either a Unix timestamp or a relative interval like 1d (1 day), 5h (5 hours) or 32m (32 minutes) and scan the files that were modified before or after that timestamp. They can be, of course, combined to scan specific time ranges. I needed this to use scancopynew to backup new files from my user directory without re-hashing all my files every time.


 The latest version can be downloaded from here, and the signature from here.

Wednesday, November 23, 2022

Ironsworn roll probabilities

Each plot is for a different momentum value, horizontal is your total "adds" (including the stat) for your roll.



















Here is the spreadsheet that these came from. And here is the code that generated the count tables for each spreadsheet page (change the momentum variable before you run it).

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