Oh man, I have an awesome jesusmas surprise for you guys!
I have a gig on January 6th, but when it was time to make the setlist I felt it was way too cumbersome to use my old DS-10 Manager to compile new save files. It used to work fine when I had few tracks (i.e. <= 18), but now it's just too much work. I decided to write a new manager.
I've been celebrating christmas with my dad and little brother. They both sleep pretty late, while I get up at about 7 AM pretty much every morning. I've been spending that extra time programming an (almost) all-new version of the DS-10 Manager. It's much more user-friendly.
Starting new thread for it here, since it's practically a whole new application - none of the questions in the old thread
are relevant anymore.
This new version searches a folder (and all its subfolders) for savefiles, tracks and patches, and builds a library from this. It looks at modification times in order to create a version history for all tracks.
It's pretty neat, if I may say so myself.
So, I guess it's time to visit the site and download it: http://dolkow.se/ds10m/
There's some more info/help on the site, too.
And here's a screenshot of it running under Linux (Gnome Shell, Ubuntu 11.10):