You're welcome, Anodyne
Good to see you here. I'm surprised there hasn't been more interest but perhaps people just don't know about it.
I happened to check out the Diamond Edge open source/download page
to see if I had the latest version and happened to click on Anodynesoftware
on that page which presented numerous software including Diamond Back, then searched for "Diamond Back" in this forum and came to this thread.
All of the Sourceforge pages look very "generic" and similar, and presented in a "geeky" fashion if I might say so, so for the common Atari user they might be a little put off if they don't know exactly what "binaries" means ("download and ready to use").
Maybe both programs should be presented again and programmers here should be encouranged to help compile Diamond Back. Surely, a great backup solution is in the interest for every Atari user who cares about his/her files and software!UPDATE
: In the meantime, while writing this posting, I see Czietz has uploaded a compiled version!
Much appreciated Czietz!!! Thank you
I agree, it should probably be tested thoroughly before being "officially" distributed and announced though. A backup program is such an important piece of software that people rely on that it's essential that it works as expected.
Also, I'm sure it's not in Anodyne's interest that a buggy piece of software is spread around. Maybe several Atari users here could get together to test and recompile it (I'd offer to beta test myself but my Atari computers are still not fully operational as in a repair state. Sorry).