Small bug fixes

fman 1.7.2 is out, with two small bug fixes:

The units in which fman displays file sizes are B, KB, MB and GB. Each unit is a factor 10^3 larger than the last. In computing however, there are also other units: KiB, MiB etc. These grow in factors of 2^10. fman's mistake was to perform its internal calculations using 2^10 (which is almost but not quite 10^3) but to display the 10^3 units. This is now fixed: fman also uses 10^3 in its calculations.

A second bug was with copy and paste: In some special cases, when you copy-pasted a folder, then its directory structure wasn't correctly preserved. This too is now fixed.

Both of these were kindly pointed out by fman users. Thank you to technopunk42 and Daniel Cervenkov!

Michael started fman in 2016, convinced that we deserve a better file manager. fman's launch in 2017 was a huge success. But despite full-time work, it only makes $500 per month. The goal is to fix this.