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Started by Donk, November 21, 2016, 08:35:02 AM
QuoteI was going to write that it means the destination file will have the missing 3 bytes appended.
QuoteThat comes from the requirements related to the n-buffering operations, where reads and writes has to be aligned to a sector size boundary (CH uses 4k blocks). In this case, when you schedule "append", ch rewinds the destination file to the nearest multiple of 4k, and then appends the data.Basically it comes down to the naming of the button. It should be named something like "Resume copying". I'm filing it under https://dev.copyhandler.com/browse/CH-316
Quote from: Donk on November 26, 2016, 10:39:33 AMOK, and what does it mean when those bytes are appended to that file? Is there a way to get the identical file in destination like the source file, so the identical (content) copy of the source?
QuoteThe "Append" option (or using your words "copy the rest") would consider the part of destination file that already exists as if it was partially copied previously, and will just copy the remaining part. That option will give you the same files after copying (assuming that the file was previously copied from the same source file and nobody modified the destination file between copyings)
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