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#3183 Fixed Closing Daemon causes core.conf to revert to default settings Cas hawkeye

Really loving 2.0x but having a pretty significant issue here when using a daemon with thin clients on linux.

Closing out the daemon cleanly via the ui or systemd will cause a few settings in core.conf to revert to null from settings made from any ui or manual text editor.

"listen_interface" set to ip address in ui or text editor on daemon close reverts to null "listen_random_port" set to false in ui or text editor on daemon close reverts to null

#2953 Fixed code typo (ex -> e) in move_storage() preventing 'move storage' error from being proper logged Cas neon666

Nothing happens when attempting to move storage under certain conditions. The error from deluged.log is below. I believe it is a simple typo - the last argument to log_error should be e (the error reported), not ex (which doesn't exist). The code snippet from is also below.

The deluged.log generates this error:

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  [ERROR   ] 10:50:08 rpcserver:304 Exception calling RPC request: global name 'ex' is not defined
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/deluge/core/", line 299, in dispatch
    ret = self.factory.methods[method](*args, **kwargs)
  File "/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/deluge/core/", line 411, in move_storage
    if not self.torrentmanager[torrent_id].move_storage(dest):
  File "/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/deluge/core/", line 913, in move_storage
    self.torrent_id, dest, ex)
NameError: global name 'ex' is not defined

Lines 906 - 914 in deluge/core/, the 'ex' in the line next to last should be 'e':

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    if not os.path.exists(dest):
          # Try to make the destination path if it doesn't exist
      except OSError, e:
          log.error("Could not move storage for torrent %s since %s does "
                    "not exist and could not create the directory: %s",
                    self.torrent_id, dest, ex)
          return False
#2752 Fixed Column configuration is not saved properly in the thin client rewozz
  1. Configure everything to your liking and quit the thin client.
  2. Reopen the thin client and observe none of the settings have been saved.

There is only one fix that I found on the official forum:

I was walking through different settings when I noticed that suddenly my torrentview.state file had been created. Finally pinpointed it down to toggling the Label-plugin. Basically, when you untick Label in plugins, the configuration will be saved.

I've also locked the file because width gets added to the rightmost column after a few restarts.

OS X Yosemite 10.10.3

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