One question and one you were right

Tue, 30 Apr 2002 18:34:18 -0500

First the 'you were right':

The syntax error message was caused by rdiff-backup not "seeing" my 
install of Python2. When I changed the first line of the script to point 
to Python2, it worked.

Now the question:

When restoring from the backups, does rdiff-backup only restore files 
that are different from the restore set, or does it do a complete 
restore regardless of what is already on the source directory?


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