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#2281 WontFix [PATCH] Add total_wanted_done into status and display in UI tyeken8
Description

I'm writing a plugin for deluge and I wan't to get the on-disk size of a torrent. I found status.total_wanted_done is the nearest, but it's strange that it cannot be seen from torrent.get_status(). I used to use uTorrent and it has both "total size, total wanted, total wanted done" on its UI, but it seems deluge only have the 2nd one?

https://github.com/qbittorrent/qBittorrent/pull/300 has the comparation between all_time_download and total_wanted_done.

#710 Invalid Crash after Upgrade Frugalware 0.9 -> Frugalware current-> Bug Buddy Start again andar tux4fun
Description

sudo pacman-g2 -S deluge Password: résolution des dépendances... terminé. recherche d'inter-conflits (1/1) ####################### 100%

Cibles: deluge-1.0.7-2

Taille totale du paquet: 3,1 MB

Taille totale du paquet décompressé: 12,4 MB

Procéder aux mises à jour? [O/n] O

vérification de l'intégrité des paquets... terminé. (1/1) installation deluge ####################### 100% updating hicolor icon cache... done.

#2366 Duplicate Location of deluge pid file tuusjr
Description

Currently, the deluge pid file is located under $XDG_CONFIG_DIR, which may force the user to manually delete the pid file on unclean exits, eg power failure. If the location of the pid file was to use the $XDG_RUNTIME_DIR specification, this situation would be remedied.

Exerpt of the standard according to http://standards.freedesktop.org/basedir-spec/basedir-spec-latest.html

"The lifetime of the directory MUST be bound to the user being logged in. It MUST be created when the user first logs in and if the user fully logs out the directory MUST be removed. If the user logs in more than once he should get pointed to the same directory, and it is mandatory that the directory continues to exist from his first login to his last logout on the system, and not removed in between. Files in the directory MUST not survive reboot or a full logout/login cycle."

The specification ensures that a pid file will not survive on a reboot or login/logout cycle. Thus, using $XDG_RUNTIME_DIR remedies this situation.

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