For new users, or those running 0.9.0a6 or earlier, download it at the usual place: http://damonlynch.net/rapid/download.html
For users of 0.9.0a7, the option to automatically upgrade to the latest version from within the program should run smoothly. Let me know what you think of the upgrade routine, especially if anything goes wrong!
Changes in this release:
Display projected backup storage use in the Backup configuration panel, for
each backup device (partition). If backing up to the same device as the
download, the space taken by both the download and the backup is displayed.
For example, supposing you are downloading 100 photos that use 2,000 MB of
storage space to /home/user/Pictures, and you are backing them up to
another folder in the same partition, the projected backup storage use for
that partition will display 100 photos totalling 4,000 MB, because the
partition will contain two copies of each photo. Likewise, the projected
storage use in the download destinations is similarly adjusted.
Renamed ‘Storage Space’ in Destination configuration panel to ‘Projected
Storage Use’, thereby more accurately describing what it displays.
Disallow download if there is insufficient space on any of the backup
devices, like is already done for the download destinations.
Added right-click context menu to file system tree views with the option
to open the file browser at the path that was right-clicked on.
Fixed a bug in the subfolder and file renaming editors to the stop the
message area being scrolled out of view.
Fixed a bug where backup worker processes were never stopped until program
Fixed a bug where pausing and resuming a download was not updated to match
changes to threading made in version 0.9.0a7.
Updated install script to allow for quirks in LinuxMint and KDE Neon.
Updated Spanish, French and Italian translations.