|| ||"B.Hakvoort" <bart-AT-hakvoort.be>|
|| ||Mon, 30 Jan 2006 01:19:04 +0100|
GParted stands for Gnome Partition Editor. Among other features it
supports creating, resizing, moving and copying of partitions.
* Detailed progressfeedback. Every step of an operation will be
described to the user. Because all this info is stored in a treeview
you can choose how many details you like to see.
* it's now possible to cancel a running operation.
* run a resize-simulation before performing the actual resize (only
* vi : Clytie Siddall
* es : Jorge González
* nl : Tino Meinen
* gl : Ignacio Casal Quinteiro
* fi : Ilkka Tuohela
* en_CA : Adam Weinberger
* hu : Gabor Kelemen
* changed KB/MB/GB/TB to KiB/MiB/GiB/TiB after reading
* quite a few internal changes to make the code more consistent and
* finally fixed those annoying resize issues with NTFS filesystems. It
appeared i fed MiB's (2^10) into the ntfslib whereas it expected
MB's (10^3). In some situations this caused ntfsresize to fail.
Together with the use of a simulationrun before every resize i
believe resizing of NTFS is finally as good as it can be. :-)
* fixed a few issues with mount() and unmount()
* fixed get_short_path() which didn't always return the shortest path
to a device.
* and of course some more (minor) bugs ;)
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