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|0000442||aMule||Transfer||public||2005-05-19 13:36||2005-05-26 07:09|
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|Summary||0000442: Sort by "Time Remaining" puts files which are not transferring first|
|Description||When you do sort by "Time Remaining" in the Transfers list it sorts the transferring files by time OK,|
but it leaves the files that are not currently transferring unsorted and it puts them BEFORE
the files which are due to finish first.
Logically if they are not transferring at all they should come AFTER the ones which are going to
take the longest to download because their "Time Remaining" is INFINITE, not NULL
I presume that the "Time Remaining" is calculated on a function of
(data still to transfer) / (transfer rate)
If the (transfer rate) is 0 then it skips it to avoid a divide by zero.
By all means if (data still to transfer) = 0 then the file should be at the top of the list,
but files where (transfer rate) = 0 should be at the BOTTOM of the list
and should then be sorted by (data still to transfer).
That way the active files could be sorted first by the time remaining,
and then the rest by the ammount of data that they still have left to transfer.
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|Fixed on current CVS.|
|2005-05-19 13:36||JohnGH||New Issue|
|2005-05-20 02:07||Kry||Status||new => assigned|
|2005-05-20 02:07||Kry||Assigned To||=> Kry|
|2005-05-20 02:07||Kry||Note Added: 0000987|
|2005-05-20 02:07||Kry||Status||assigned => acknowledged|
|2005-05-26 07:09||Kry||Status||acknowledged => resolved|
|2005-05-26 07:09||Kry||Fixed in Version||=> CVS|
|2005-05-26 07:09||Kry||Resolution||open => fixed|
|2005-05-26 07:09||Kry||Note Added: 0001006|
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