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[Feature request] Sorting the results by state/name #598

lisandrocarmona opened this Issue Nov 9, 2016 · 2 comments


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lisandrocarmona commented Nov 9, 2016

I'm not being able to find which databases are failing to be compressed. There are tons of them (all green) and can't find 2 of them that can't be managed by SDMaid. Maybe a sort option by state/name into the results list (or even in the options) will make it easy for us to make exclusions.

@d4rken d4rken added the c: Databases label Nov 9, 2016

@d4rken d4rken added this to the Next Tasks milestone Nov 9, 2016


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d4rken commented Nov 9, 2016

Why would you prefer to exclude the failed entries, assuming no side-effects, ignoring them would also work, most failures due to schema issues fail early on not resulting in a process slowdown.

The current sortmode is database size, when would name sort be interesting and would it be appname, packagename or even filename?


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lisandrocarmona commented Nov 9, 2016

I agree that this particular exclusion is not absolutely necessary. Just that when running the app I can see that everything went ok and, from time to time, which new installed app is falling due to schema issues.

Sorting by state: compressed ok (green) and failed to compress (red).
Sorting by name is less important in my opinion, but I think it'll be easy for users to see appname (less people know packagename and filename android schemes).

@d4rken d4rken added the enhancement label Nov 9, 2016

@d4rken d4rken modified the milestones: v4.5.0, Next Tasks Dec 9, 2016

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