Spacedrive is an open source cross-platform file explorer, powered by a virtual distributed filesystem written in Rust.

Last update: May 23, 2022

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Spacedrive

A file explorer from the future.
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Spacedrive is an open source cross-platform file manager, powered by a virtual distributed filesystem (VDFS) written in Rust.

NOTE: Spacedrive is under active development, most of the listed features are still experimental and subject to change.

Organize files across many devices in one place. From cloud services to offline hard drives, Spacedrive combines the storage capacity and processing power of your devices into one personal distributed cloud, that is both secure and intuitive to use.

For independent creatives, hoarders and those that want to own their digital footprint. Spacedrive provides a file management experience like no other, and it's completely free.

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What is a VDFS?

A VDFS (virtual distributed filesystem) is a filesystem designed to work atop a variety of storage layers. It is not restricted to a single machine, with a uniform API to manipulate and access content across many devices. It achieves this by maintaining a virtual index of all storage locations, synchronizing the database between clients in realtime. This implementation also uses CAS (Content-addressable storage) to uniquely identify files, while keeping record of logical file paths relative to the storage locations.

The first implementation of a VDFS can be found in this UC Berkeley paper by Haoyuan Li. This paper describes its use for cloud computing, however the underlying concepts can be translated to open consumer software.

Motivation

Many of us have multiple cloud accounts, drives that aren’t backed up and data at risk of loss. We depend on cloud services like Google Photos and iCloud, but are locked in with limited capacity and almost zero interoperability between services and operating systems. Photo albums shouldn’t be stuck in a device ecosystem, or harvested for advertising data. They should be OS agnostic, permanent and personally owned. Data we create is our legacy, that will long outlive us—open source technology is the only way to ensure we retain absolute control over the data that defines our lives, at unlimited scale.

Features

Note: Links are for highlight purposes only until feature specific documentation is complete.

Complete: (in testing)

  • File discovery - Scan devices, drives and cloud accounts to build a directory of all files with metadata.
  • Preview generation - Auto generate lower resolution stand-ins for image and video.
  • Statistics - Total capacity, index size, preview media size, free space etc.

In progress:

  • File Explorer - Browse online/offline storage locations, view files with metadata, perform basic CRUD.
  • Realtime synchronization - Data index synchronized in realtime between devices, prioritizing peer-to-peer LAN connections (WiFi sync).

To be developed (MVP):

  • Photos - Photo and video albums similar to Apple/Google photos.
  • Search - Deep search into your filesystem with a keybind, including offline locations.
  • Tags - Define routines on custom tags to automate workflows, easily tag files individually, in bulk and automatically via rules.
  • Extensions - Build tools on top of Spacedrive, extend functionality and integrate third party services. Extension directory on spacedrive.com/extensions.

To be developed (Post-MVP):

  • Cloud integration - Index & backup to Apple Photos, Google Drive, Dropbox, OneDrive & Mega + easy API for the community to add more.
  • Encrypted vault(s) - Effortlessly manage & encrypt sensitive files, built on top of VeraCrypt. Encrypt individual files or create flexible-size vaults.
  • Key manager - View, mount, dismount and hide keys. Mounted keys automatically unlock respective areas of your filesystem.
  • Redundancy Goal - Ensure a specific amount of copies exist for your important data, discover at-risk files and monitor device/drive health.
  • Timeline - View a linear timeline of content, travel to any time and see media represented visually.
  • Media encoder - Encode video and audio into various formats, use Tags to automate. Built with FFMPEG.
  • Workers - Utilize the compute power of your devices in unison to encode and perform tasks at increased speeds.
  • Spacedrive Cloud - We'll host an always-on cloud device for you, with pay-as-you-go plans for storage.
  • Self hosted - Spacedrive can be deployed as a service, behaving as just another device powering your personal cloud.

Developer Guide

Please refer to the contributing guide for how to install Spacedrive from sources.

Architecture

This project is using what I'm calling the "PRRTT" stack (Prisma, Rust, React, TypeScript, Tauri).

  • Prisma on the front-end? 🤯 Made possible thanks to prisma-client-rust, developed by Brendonovich. Gives us access to the powerful migration CLI in development, along with the Prisma syntax for our schema. The application bundles with the Prisma query engine and codegen for a beautiful Rust API. Our lightweight migration runner is custom built for a desktop app context.
  • Tauri allows us to create a pure Rust native OS webview, without the overhead of your average Electron app. This brings the bundle size and average memory usage down dramatically. It also contributes to a more native feel, especially on macOS due to Safari's close integration with the OS.
  • The core (sdcore) is written in pure Rust.

Monorepo structure:

Apps:

Core:

  • core: The Rust core, referred to internally as sdcore. Contains filesystem, database and networking logic. Can be deployed in a variety of host applications.

Packages:

  • client: A TypeScript client library to handle dataflow via RPC between UI and the Rust core.
  • ui: A React Shared component library.
  • interface: The complete user interface in React (used by apps desktop, web and landing)
  • config: eslint configurations (includes eslint-config-next, eslint-config-prettier and all tsconfig.json configs used throughout the monorepo.
  • macos: A Swift Native binary for MacOS system extensions.
  • ios: A Swift Native binary (planned).
  • windows: A C# Native binary (planned).
  • android: A Kotlin Native binary (planned).

GitHub

https://github.com/spacedriveapp/spacedrive
Comments
  • 1. Eslint, Updated Storage Settings and Tweaked some website features.

    1. Incorporated eslint into the codebase in order to introduce styling rules.
    2. Updated the storage settings to show the values shown on the website.
    3. Tweaked some names for example Loading... to Private Library
    Reviewed by Harry-Hopkinson at 2022-05-06 20:20
  • 2. Accessibility improvements

    This pull request introduces one vast improvement for Spacedrive's landing pages in regards to accessibility.

    Typically, those with screen readers and other assistive devices take advantage of the tab functionality to navigate through a webpage. As the site stands now, users are required to tab through the entire navigation bar before they can reach the main content.

    This pull request introduces a "Skip to content" button which is placed before the navigation bar and is initially hidden. The functionality will appear when the button enters a focused state (as a result of hitting tab).

    Skip to content button

    By design, users with these devices can skip to the main content of the page instead of having to strenuously navigate the header each time they visit a page.

    Reviewed by ryanhaticus at 2022-04-29 01:55
  • 3. [BUG] Build failed: thread 'main' panicked at 'Unable to find libclang

    Describe the bug Panic occured during cargo build.

    To Reproduce Steps to reproduce the behavior:

    1. $ cd spacedrive
    2. $ pnpm i
    3. $ pnpm prep

    Expected behavior Success Cargo Build

    Screenshots image

    Desktop (please complete the following information):

    • OS: EndeavourOS Linux x86_64
    • Toolchain: rustc 1.61.0-nightly (76d770ac2 2022-04-02)
    Reviewed by luigibarbato at 2022-04-28 10:38
  • 4. add: custom scrollbar

    Changes

    .\packages\interface\src

    Removed :

    1. no-scrollbar
    2. explorer-scroll

    Added :

    Universal custom scrollbar (so no need for explorer only scrollbar and a different scrollbar for overview,etc)

    Before:

    image

    After:

    image

    After (scrollbar Onhover) [sorry that my cursor is not visible in the screenshot]:

    image

    Reviewed by sr2echa at 2022-04-27 12:10
  • 5. Is the project going to use P2P out of local network?

    Some people have different setups and want to access their data out of home. It seems that methods of forcing your network to be "local", by for example a VPN, aren't very user friendly. Does the project aim to combat this issue? Is it going to rely on key pairs instead of login/password combos? Make the adding device process as convenient as scanning a QR code on one or two devices?

    Not a list of demands by any chance, but the description I went through seems to be the closest to providing a big-guy-cloud alternative (for those who have enough space on their devices, of course) and alternative to full fledged self hosting, always-on, single server generally promoted solutions. Many people would never think of using a third party storage solution or setting up a 24/7 uptime server if they could easily access the files from all their powered on devices from anywhere, so there's a lot to win.

    Reviewed by TadiT7 at 2022-04-27 08:48
  • 6. "path too long" error on Windows from cargo prisma "generate"

    Describe the bug

    Running pnpm prep for 6c7b22488e4cee012290445c52f7641052605286 causes the following on my Windows 11 machine:

    > [email protected] prep C:\Users\ilkka.poutanen\Code\spacedrive
    > pnpm db:gen
    
    
    > [email protected] db:gen C:\Users\ilkka.poutanen\Code\spacedrive
    > pnpm core prisma generate
    
    
    > [email protected] core C:\Users\ilkka.poutanen\Code\spacedrive
    > pnpm --filter @sd/core --  "prisma" "generate"
    
    
    > @sd/[email protected] prisma C:\Users\ilkka.poutanen\Code\spacedrive\core
    > cargo prisma "generate"
    
        Updating git repository `https://github.com/Brendonovich/prisma-client-rust.git`
        Updating git repository `https://github.com/Brendonovich/prisma-engines`
    error: failed to get `datamodel` as a dependency of package `prisma-client-rust v0.4.0 (https://github.com/Brendonovich/prisma-client-rust.git?tag=0.4.0#4c6c4bf9)`
        ... which satisfies git dependency `prisma-client-rust` (locked to 0.4.0) of package `sdcore v0.1.0 (C:\Users\ilkka.poutanen\Code\spacedrive\core)`
        ... which satisfies path dependency `sdcore` (locked to 0.1.0) of package `spacedrive v0.1.0 (C:\Users\ilkka.poutanen\Code\spacedrive\apps\desktop\src-tauri)`
    
    Caused by:
      failed to load source for dependency `datamodel`
    
    Caused by:
      Unable to update https://github.com/Brendonovich/prisma-engines?rev=8b94a80a2d8f12a2916fe28e3218162aa71e8539#8b94a80a
    
    Caused by:
      path too long: 'C:/Users/ilkka.poutanen/scoop/persist/rustup/.cargo/git/checkouts/prisma-engines-8e1416dd0e571d11/8b94a80/migration-engine/connectors/mongodb-migration-connector/tests/migrations/scenarios/composite_indexes_can_be_changed_from_descending_to_ascending/.gitattributes'; class=Filesystem (30)
    C:\Users\ilkka.poutanen\Code\spacedrive\core:
     ERR_PNPM_RECURSIVE_RUN_FIRST_FAIL  @sd/[email protected] prisma: `cargo prisma "generate"`
    Exit status 101
     ELIFECYCLE  Command failed with exit code 1.
     ELIFECYCLE  Command failed with exit code 1.
     ELIFECYCLE  Command failed with exit code 1.
    

    I'm not super well versed on Windows particulars, but based on some Googling I believe this might be caused by something down in there using old APIs that don't allow paths longer than 260 characters. I do have the registry key for long path support turned on.

    Anyway, I do understand that letting Windows users build the app at this point is probably quite low down on your list of priorities, just though I'd report this to give you a heads up on possible future problems wrt making Windows binaries :)

    Cheers!

    Reproduction

    1. Clone repo
    2. pnpm i
    3. rustup override set nightly
    4. pnpm prep

    Expected behavior

    No response

    Platform and versions

    Windows 11 Pro 21H2 (22000.613)
    
    $ pnpm --version
    7.0.0
    $ cargo --version
    cargo 1.62.0-nightly (a44758ac8 2022-05-04)
    $ rustc --version
    rustc 1.62.0-nightly (4c60a0ea5 2022-05-04)
    

    Stack trace

    No response

    Additional context

    No response

    Reviewed by ilkka at 2022-05-05 16:15
  • 7. fix rounding on windows

    this should remove the rounding seen on this image: https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/960383223421075507/970081518716325918/success.PNG

    this is a draft because i'm not on a windows machine at the moment and can't test it: so if someone could do that for me that would be appreciated :)

    edit: current progress on Windows:

    Reviewed by mmattbtw at 2022-04-30 22:43
  • 8. Minimize restore and close buttons are missing on Windows

    Describe the bug There is no minimize restore and close button on windows

    To Reproduce build the project on windows and run pnpm desktop dev. The desktop app will pop up but has no minimize restore and close buttons.

    Expected behavior there should be three buttons just as in other apps on Windows,

    Screenshots success

    Desktop (please complete the following information):

    • OS: Windows 10
    • Version [e.g. 22]
    Reviewed by Irvingouj at 2022-04-30 22:21
  • 9. Support Docker

    Reasons of this PR:

    • Enhance the developer experience, by building a single reusable Docker image containing the system dependencies so that developers can focus on developing features instead of wasting time debugging the right version of system dependencies
    • Make it easier for new contributors to get up and running just by having very few dependencies: Docker
    • Make it easier for new contributors to start developing a package. For example, in order to start developing the landing package, follow these steps:
    # Build the docker image
    docker build -t spacedrive .
    
    # Run a new container
    docker run -v `pwd`/apps/landing:/app/apps/landing -it spacedrive /bin/bash
    
    # Run the dev command:
    pnpm landing dev --host 0.0.0.0
    
    • Once the docker image is published (on dockerhub or alternative), it will be very easy for everyone to try spacedrive on their own machines.
    Reviewed by midrissi at 2022-04-30 14:25
  • 10. [BUG] Install Error - Linux

    Describe the bug Install error on Linux (Pop!_OS)

    Error

    ❯ pnpm i
    Scope: all 11 workspace projects
    packages/interface                       |  WARN  deprecated @types/[email protected]
    packages/ui                              |  WARN  deprecated [email protected]
    packages/ui                              |  WARN  deprecated [email protected]
    apps/desktop                             |  WARN  deprecated [email protected]
    packages/ui                              |  WARN  deprecated [email protected]
    Packages: +842
    +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
    Packages are hard linked from the content-addressable store to the virtual store.
      Content-addressable store is at: /home/astro/.local/share/pnpm/store/v3
      Virtual store is at:             node_modules/.pnpm
    Progress: resolved 870, reused 829, downloaded 3, added 842, done
    
    devDependencies:
    + prettier 2.6.2
    + turbo 1.2.4
    
     ERR_PNPM_PEER_DEP_ISSUES  Unmet peer dependencies
    
    apps/desktop
    └─┬ vite-plugin-react-svg
      └─┬ @babel/plugin-transform-react-jsx
        ├── ✕ missing peer @babel/[email protected]^7.0.0-0
        └─┬ @babel/plugin-syntax-jsx
          └── ✕ missing peer @babel/[email protected]^7.0.0-0
    Peer dependencies that should be installed:
      @babel/[email protected]">=7.0.0-0 <8.0.0"  
    
    apps/landing
    ├─┬ @babel/preset-react
    │ ├── ✕ missing peer @babel/[email protected]^7.0.0-0
    │ ├─┬ @babel/plugin-transform-react-display-name
    │ │ └── ✕ missing peer @babel/[email protected]^7.0.0-0
    │ ├─┬ @babel/plugin-transform-react-jsx
    │ │ ├── ✕ missing peer @babel/[email protected]^7.0.0-0
    │ │ └─┬ @babel/plugin-syntax-jsx
    │ │   └── ✕ missing peer @babel/[email protected]^7.0.0-0
    │ ├─┬ @babel/plugin-transform-react-jsx-development
    │ │ └── ✕ missing peer @babel/[email protected]^7.0.0-0
    │ └─┬ @babel/plugin-transform-react-pure-annotations
    │   └── ✕ missing peer @babel/[email protected]^7.0.0-0
    ├─┬ ts-node
    │ └── ✕ missing peer @types/[email protected]"*"
    ├─┬ @tailwindcss/typography
    │ └── ✕ missing peer [email protected]">=3.0.0 || >= 3.0.0-alpha.1 || insiders"
    ├─┬ @icons-pack/react-simple-icons
    │ └── ✕ unmet peer [email protected]"^16.13 || ^17": found 18.0.0
    └─┬ react-helmet
      └─┬ react-side-effect
        └── ✕ unmet peer [email protected]"^16.3.0 || ^17.0.0": found 18.0.0
    Peer dependencies that should be installed:
      @babel/[email protected]">=7.0.0-0 <8.0.0"                         [email protected]">=3.0.0 || >= 3.0.0-alpha.1 || insiders"  
      @types/[email protected]"*"                                        
    
    packages/client
    └─┬ react-query
      └── ✕ unmet peer [email protected]"^16.8.0 || ^17.0.0": found 18.0.0
    
    packages/interface
    ├─┬ @apollo/client
    │ ├── ✕ missing peer [email protected]"^14.0.0 || ^15.0.0 || ^16.0.0"
    │ ├── ✕ unmet peer [email protected]"^16.8.0 || ^17.0.0": found 18.0.0
    │ ├─┬ @graphql-typed-document-node/core
    │ │ └── ✕ missing peer [email protected]"^0.8.0 || ^0.9.0 || ^0.10.0 || ^0.11.0 || ^0.12.0 || ^0.13.0 || ^14.0.0 || ^15.0.0 || ^16.0.0"
    │ └─┬ graphql-tag
    │   └── ✕ missing peer [email protected]"^0.9.0 || ^0.10.0 || ^0.11.0 || ^0.12.0 || ^0.13.0 || ^14.0.0 || ^15.0.0 || ^16.0.0"
    ├─┬ autoprefixer
    │ └── ✕ missing peer [email protected]^8.1.0
    ├─┬ @radix-ui/react-dialog
    │ ├── ✕ unmet peer [email protected]"^16.8 || ^17.0": found 18.0.0
    │ ├── ✕ unmet peer [email protected]"^16.8 || ^17.0": found 18.0.0
    │ ├─┬ @radix-ui/react-compose-refs
    │ │ └── ✕ unmet peer [email protected]"^16.8 || ^17.0": found 18.0.0
    │ ├─┬ @radix-ui/react-context
    │ │ └── ✕ unmet peer [email protected]"^16.8 || ^17.0": found 18.0.0
    │ ├─┬ @radix-ui/react-dismissable-layer
    │ │ ├── ✕ unmet peer [email protected]"^16.8 || ^17.0": found 18.0.0
    │ │ ├─┬ @radix-ui/react-primitive
    │ │ │ ├── ✕ unmet peer [email protected]"^16.8 || ^17.0": found 18.0.0
    │ │ │ └─┬ @radix-ui/react-slot
    │ │ │   └── ✕ unmet peer [email protected]"^16.8 || ^17.0": found 18.0.0
    │ │ ├─┬ @radix-ui/react-use-body-pointer-events
    │ │ │ ├── ✕ unmet peer [email protected]"^16.8 || ^17.0": found 18.0.0
    │ │ │ └─┬ @radix-ui/react-use-layout-effect
    │ │ │   └── ✕ unmet peer [email protected]"^16.8 || ^17.0": found 18.0.0
    │ │ ├─┬ @radix-ui/react-use-callback-ref
    │ │ │ └── ✕ unmet peer [email protected]"^16.8 || ^17.0": found 18.0.0
    │ │ └─┬ @radix-ui/react-use-escape-keydown
    │ │   └── ✕ unmet peer [email protected]"^16.8 || ^17.0": found 18.0.0
    │ ├─┬ @radix-ui/react-focus-guards
    │ │ └── ✕ unmet peer [email protected]"^16.8 || ^17.0": found 18.0.0
    │ ├─┬ @radix-ui/react-focus-scope
    │ │ └── ✕ unmet peer [email protected]"^16.8 || ^17.0": found 18.0.0
    │ ├─┬ @radix-ui/react-id
    │ │ └── ✕ unmet peer [email protected]"^16.8 || ^17.0": found 18.0.0
    │ ├─┬ @radix-ui/react-portal
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    │ ├─┬ @radix-ui/react-use-controllable-state
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    │ └─┬ react-remove-scroll
    │   ├─┬ react-remove-scroll-bar
    │   │ ├── ✕ unmet peer [email protected]"^16.8.0 || ^17.0.0": found 18.0.0
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    │   │ └─┬ react-style-singleton
    │   │   ├── ✕ unmet peer [email protected]"^16.8.0 || ^17.0.0": found 18.0.0
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    │   ├─┬ use-callback-ref
    │   │ ├── ✕ unmet peer [email protected]"^16.8.0 || ^17.0.0": found 18.0.0
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    │   └─┬ use-sidecar
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    ├─┬ @radix-ui/react-dropdown-menu
    │ ├── ✕ unmet peer [email protected]"^16.8 || ^17.0": found 18.0.0
    │ ├── ✕ unmet peer [email protected]"^16.8 || ^17.0": found 18.0.0
    │ └─┬ @radix-ui/react-menu
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    │   ├── ✕ unmet peer [email protected]"^16.8 || ^17.0": found 18.0.0
    │   ├─┬ @radix-ui/react-collection
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    │   ├─┬ @radix-ui/react-popper
    │   │ ├── ✕ unmet peer [email protected]"^16.8 || ^17.0": found 18.0.0
    │   │ ├─┬ @radix-ui/react-arrow
    │   │ │ └── ✕ unmet peer [email protected]"^16.8 || ^17.0": found 18.0.0
    │   │ ├─┬ @radix-ui/react-use-rect
    │   │ │ └── ✕ unmet peer [email protected]"^16.8 || ^17.0": found 18.0.0
    │   │ └─┬ @radix-ui/react-use-size
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    │   ├─┬ @radix-ui/react-roving-focus
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    │   └─┬ @radix-ui/react-use-direction
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    ├─┬ @radix-ui/react-progress
    │ └── ✕ unmet peer [email protected]"^16.8 || ^17.0": found 18.0.0
    ├─┬ @radix-ui/react-slider
    │ ├── ✕ unmet peer [email protected]"^16.8 || ^17.0": found 18.0.0
    │ └─┬ @radix-ui/react-use-previous
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    ├─┬ react-json-view
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    │ ├── ✕ unmet peer [email protected]"^17.0.0 || ^16.3.0 || ^15.5.4": found 18.0.0
    │ ├─┬ flux
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    │ └─┬ react-textarea-autosize
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    │   ├─┬ use-composed-ref
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    ├─┬ react-query
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    └─┬ react-spline
      └── ✕ unmet peer [email protected]^16.0.0: found 18.0.0
    Peer dependencies that should be installed:
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    packages/ui
    └─┬ @headlessui/react
      └── ✕ missing peer [email protected]"^16 || ^17 || ^18"
    Peer dependencies that should be installed:
      [email protected]"^16 || ^17 || ^18"  
    [WARN] - (starship::utils): Executing command "/usr/bin/git" timed out.
    
    Reviewed by abhnva at 2022-04-28 07:18
  • 11. Redundant active-development notice in README

    In the following image, there are two somewhat-redundant active-development notices. Let's discuss if-or-how we'd like to reconcile/simplify these.

    Snapshot of about three paragraphs of the Spacedrive README file, with a notice toward both the top and bottom that identically state Spacedrive is in active development, with the bottom notice having an extra clause.

    Originally posted by @yadunandanbhat in https://github.com/spacedriveapp/spacedrive/discussions/142#discussioncomment-2734919

    Reviewed by maxichrome at 2022-05-12 05:08
  • 12. Remvoe rust-analyzer cosmetic options

    Instead of configuring cosmetic options in the workspace (which syncs for all developers), developers should configure these options in their VS Code user settings.

    Reviewed by maxichrome at 2022-05-21 00:02
  • 13. Update donation language to Open Collective

    We won't be supporting GitHub Sponsors for the time being and will take Open Collective donations; this also adds a link to Jamie's Twitch channel but I am happy to revert that upon @jamiepine's request

    Closes #150

    Reviewed by maxichrome at 2022-05-19 06:37
  • 14. Enable Github Sponsors

    Describe the bug

    In the faq you list Github Sponsors as an income source. I'd like to support the project with github sponsors, but it's not enabled yet.

    Reproduction

    No response

    Expected behavior

    No response

    Platform and versions

    Using github
    

    Stack trace

    No response

    Additional context

    No response

    Reviewed by MinmoTech at 2022-05-12 19:16
  • 15. Fix macOS shadow on first render

    For some reason, calling NSWindow::invalidateShadow doesn't recompute the native shadow on macOS — you have to resize the window for the native shadow to display. :|

    Reviewed by maxichrome at 2022-05-11 17:46
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