git-annex 7.20191009 released with these changes

  • Fix bug in handling of annex.largefiles that use largerthan/smallerthan. When adding a modified file, it incorrectly used the file size of the old version of the file, not the current size.
  • Added --mimetype and --mimeencoding file matching options.
  • Added --unlocked and --locked file matching options.
  • Added adjust --lock, to enter an adjusted branch where files are locked.
  • git-lfs: Added support for http basic auth.
  • git-lfs: Only do endpoint discovery once when concurrency is enabled.
  • fsck --incremental/--more: Fix bug that prevented the incremental fsck information from being updated every 5 minutes as it was supposed to be; it was only updated after 1000 files were checked, which may be more files that are possible to fsck in a given fsck time window. Thanks to Peter Simons for help with analysis of this bug.
  • Test: Use more robust directory removal when built with directory-1.2.7.
  • Close sqlite databases more robustly.
  • remotedaemon: Don't list --stop in help since it's not supported.
  • enable-tor: Run kdesu with -c option.
  • enable-tor: Use pkexec to run command as root when gksu and kdesu are not available.
  • When dropping an unlocked file, preserve its mtime, which avoids git status unncessarily running the clean filter on the file.
  • uninit: Remove several git hooks that git-annex init sets up.
  • uninit: Remove the smudge and clean filters that git-annex init sets up.
  • Work around git cat-file --batch's odd stripping of carriage return from the end of the line (some windows infection), avoiding crashing when the repo contains a filename ending in a carriage return.
  • git-annex-standalone.rpm: Fix the git-annex-shell symlink.