May 12, 2020 in bliss by Dan Gravell
This is another small release to keep momentum - again, while small, the fixes are important.
The key problems fixed in this release are:
- The file watcher wasn’t being correctly started when the Listen for file changes checkbox was ticked, and applied.
- The image format compliance filter wasn’t working.
- When Delete and rescan album folders was clicked we were actually rescanning all folders!
- When the file watcher notifies updated/deleted files, we now also cache information about the file which makes subsequent work faster.
Other stuff we’re working on
As the recent releases have been on the small side, I thought I’d update readers with what else we’re working on…
On the bliss side we’re continuing to improve scanning. There are a number of improvements in this area. A big onus is on removing legacy custom code, and using off-the-shelf frameworks for this stuff; it makes it easier for new developers to pick up the code, and it’s also more reliable and performant.
There are a number of functional bugs we want to fix as soon as possible, too - particularly around the missing/incorrect tag rules.
But what’s really taking a lot of time right now, and what is restricting time to work on the above, is a project which is a first step in bringing bliss into the Cloud era. Hopefully this should be launched this month!
Downloading and installing
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