“While RcloneBrowser integrates pretty much all the Rclone features in its user interface, adding a new remote storage service is not supported by it, and the configuration must be performed via command line. However, for most, the configuration is as easy as entering “y” a few times in a terminal. ” —Andrew, webupd8.org (February 21, 2018)
Requires Internet connection. We included a quick guide on how to setup a cloud service—in this case Google Drive account—in the help file. Some services might not work with this client, eg. our beloved Sourceforge 🙁
RcloneBrowser logo by Yannick Lung ^(https://www.shareicon.net/cloud-sync-86989).
DIY/Do It Yourself: Upgrade to the Latest Release
Requirements7-Zip ^(http://www.appmarsh.com/2018/12/7-Zip-portable-32-bit-64-bit-x86-x64.html), NPP/Notepad++ ^(https://notepad-plus-plus.org/download/) or other text editor, appmarsh.com Launcher Generator/PAL ^(http://www.appmarsh.com/2018/07/PortableAppscom-development-portable-appmarsh-edtion.html), appmarsh.com Installer/PAI ^(http://www.appmarsh.com/2018/07/PortableAppscom-development-portable-appmarsh-edtion.html).
We’ll use the 32/64 bit edition as example, you can infer from this example to upgrade the 32 bit only edition.
Get the latest portable app. template ^(https://sourceforge.net/projects/thumbapps/files/Internet/RcloneBrowser/template/), and extract the content with 7-Zip.
Open the 32 bit Rclone package, in this example rclone-v1.39-windows-386 with 7-Zip, Browse into rclone-v1.39-windows-386 folder, select all the content (Ctrl+A), and extract them to AppRcloneBrowser32rclone Move rclone.exe and rclone.1 files to AppRcloneBrowser32—we only leave out the documentations,
Do it also for the 64 bit package, now to AppRcloneBrowser64rclone folder.
Open the 32 bit package of RcloneBrowser, in this example rclone-browser-1.2-a1156a0-win32 with 7-Zip, Browse into rclone-browser-1.2-a1156a0-win32 folder, select all the content (Ctrl+A), and extract them to AppRcloneBrowser32
Now do it for the 64 bit package to AppRcloneBrowser64.
Browse to RcloneBrowserPortableAppAppInfo and open appinfo.ini file with NPP. Replace the [Version] section with the latest version number. Make sure the PackageVersion entry is in 4 place digit, eg. 220.127.116.11 not 1.2.0 nor 1.2. Since we only update the Rclone binaries not the RcloneBrowser, for PackageVersion entry we customly add 1 to the last digit-place from 18.104.22.168 to 22.214.171.124; and just add rev [number], in this example rev 1 in the DisplayVersion entry in the the [Version] section,
Run PAL, paste the template folder address C: TESTRcloneBrowserPortable, and click Go—a new launcher will be created,
Test the new launchers by following this guide ^(http://www.appmarsh.com/2018/12/Check-portable-application-clean-stealth-using-before-and-after-run-snapshot-log-comparison.html).
When all is OK, then delete the RcloneBrowserPortableData folder and run PAI, paste the package folder address C: TESTRcloneBrowserPortable, and click Go—to create the installer package.
Use the installer package to upgrade your portable application. Don’t forget to at least backup your Data folder before any upgrade 🙂
If you find any changes that’s not handled by the launcher, consult the PAL help file to modify the launcher yourself or ask for our paid upgrade support ^(http://www.appmarsh.com/2018/12/thumbapps-upgrade-support.html).
RcloneBrowser writes non essential empty folders to Windows data folder while running.
Make sure it exits cleanly before plugging out your thumbdrive.
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