Hi, while browsing the source I've felt over the Storage.WritetoStorage function. It eats all exceptions. Which means that my data get lost without noticing it when the disk runs out of space.
All writes are done async so you can't get an exception when you call the code. Where would you like exceptions like this? In a default .txt file or something like that?
I have no good answer. But even where the exceptions are getting to, the application should not be left in a state where it thinks all data was been written but it was not.