1. 18 Feb, 2019 1 commit
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    • Michael Terry's avatar
      Drop libpeas dependency · 01ca1224
      Michael Terry authored
      We never really used the ability to support plugins. And I don't think
      we want to. This reduces complexity and build requirements.
      01ca1224
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    • Michael Terry's avatar
      BackendRemote: Make "SMB host is not available" message nicer · b0c7a17c
      Michael Terry authored
      GVFS gives us back "Invalid argument" which isn't very user friendly.
      So we try to detect that situation and promote it to a nicer message.
      
      Also fix testing whether the host is reachable when already mounted,
      instead just checking if we are connected to the network at all.
      SSH configs and such may fool us into thinking a host nickname isn't
      reachable.  If it's mounted and we are connected, that should be
      enough.
      b0c7a17c
  11. 11 Sep, 2017 1 commit
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  13. 26 Aug, 2017 1 commit
    • Michael Terry's avatar
      monitor: limit memory usage of deja-dup-monitor · 37cb14ef
      Michael Terry authored
      We've had reports of deja-dup-monitor taking all the system memory.
      But I haven't been able to reproduce. In an attempt to prevent the
      monitor from dragging down the system, set a limit on memory use
      by the autostart monitor process using ulimit.
      
      This needs continued watching to see if we can fix this for real.
      And to make sure we haven't made anything worse with this
      workaround.
      
      (Also in this commit, we rename the file and move it in-source.)
      
      https://launchpad.net/bugs/1302416
      37cb14ef
  14. 22 Aug, 2017 1 commit
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    • Michael Terry's avatar
      Hide cloud backends by default. · 6489179a
      Michael Terry authored
      GNOME Online Accounts is now the preferred cloud provider. This lets us
      standardize on gvfs and they are generally more user-friendly than signing
      up for a S3 account or the like.
      
      Cloud providers are still available for use and will show up in the UI if
      the user was using one before or if they manually set it in gsettings.
      
      We also show all cloud providers in the drop down when restoring (since who
      knows where the user had their data at that point).
      6489179a
    • Michael Terry's avatar
      Hide server hint info behind a popup like nautilus does, instead of a giant · 83dd27de
      Michael Terry authored
      label -- looks better, especially with the 'Folder' entry beneath it.
      83dd27de
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