Software Update: Sync Thing 0.12.4




Sync Thing is an open source program that allows files between two computers can be synchronized. This happens just like BitTorrent Sync without a central server in between, as is the case with storage services such as Dropbox, Google Drive and iCloud OneDrive. The software is among others available for Windows, Linux, OS X and Android. There are also packages for Synology and Qnap. Last month was 0.12 released and now we are already at version 0.12.4.

In version 0.12 containing incidentally is not compatible with version 0:11, including the global discovery protocol has been rewritten and is now using https the default port 443. There is support socks5 proxy can flyer IDs more and weird and updates a digital signature. Since then, the following improvements are made:

Changes in version 0.12.4

Warn the user if they’re running with an insecure looking setup (# 2139)
Add remaining scanning time (# 2484)
Handle sparse files (# 245)
Improved handling relay

Changes in version 0.12.3

Fix address list in DeviceDiscovered, add debug prints (# 2444)
Audit logins with new LoginAttempt event (# 2377)
More local discovery debugging URL (# 2444)
Made upgrade system smarter (# 2446)
Remove folder without restart (# 2262)
Do not dirty blockmap between key lookups (# 2455)

Changes in version 0.12.2

Actually do negative caching on discovery failed lookups (# 2434)

Changes in version 0.12.1

Rename ‘delete’ to ‘remove’
Fix editing device address
Use grid Instead of three-column
Stop brochure When running out of disk space
Remove double slashes in directives
Change to Font Awesome icon font

Changes in version 0.12.0

This is the first release on the new major v0.12 branch. It is not compatible with the v0.11.x releases. Use this release if you are a new user, When or you are ready to upgrade all devices in your cluster. Please read the release notes.

Syncthing screenshot (620 pix)


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