I figure at least one person would like to use this, so here's me posting it again :)

-------- Original Message --------
Subject: new: sysutils/tarsnapper
Date: 2017-05-10 02:57
From: m.r...@excitingdomainname.com
To: ports@openbsd.org


Attached is a port of tarsnapper (more info below).
Tested and working on amd64, although I can't get the tests
to run (see the note in the Makefile), so any help with that
would be appreciated.


$ pkg_info tarsnapper
Information for inst:tarsnapper-0.4.0

tarsnap wrapper which automatically expires backups

Tarsnapper is a wrapper around tarsnap which:

- Lets you define "backup jobs" (tarsnap invocations) in a config file, though on it's own this has little advantage over just using a a shell script.

- Lets you expire old backups using a Grandfather-father-son backup scheme. This feature can be used in conjunction with tarsnapper backup jobs, or standalone, to be applied to any existing set of tarsnap backup archives,
  regardless of how they have been created.

WWW: https://pypi.python.org/pypi/tarsnapper

Attachment: tarsnapper.tar.gz
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Attachment: tarsnapper.tar.gz
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