All releases of File Service Protocol

  •  01 Oct 2009 21:23
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    Release Notes: This release fixes a segfault in FSP command line clients on newer Linux glibc. Large file support is now correctly detected on Linux systems. Upload handling is now much smarter: it allows reuploading of the last block, and non-continuous upload checking was improved. Overwriting a check for uploaded files was reversed by mistake. Protocol support for sending error codes has been added (this was frequently requested). Previously, the FSP protocol only supported text error messages. Code portability has been increased by avoiding configure time checks for int and long variable sizes. fsetupcmd has a new -l switch for listing known FSP servers.

    •  11 Sep 2009 00:04
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      Release Notes: SCons is now used instead of GNU Autotools. The default packet size was increased to made transfers about 30% faster. The rmdir command now works. The code now compiles on systems without large files. fsetupcmd was added to the fspmerge single executable client, and fspmerge now prints a help message. A command line argument to fspd now overrides the configuration file.

      •  20 Feb 2005 03:12
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        Release Notes: This release resolves a problem where large packages confused older FSP client versions. Client side security was increased: the sequence number is now random, and the received filepos and command in the server reply are now tested. Build system migration from autoconf to scons was started and support for pre-ANSI compilers was dropped.

        •  22 Jan 2005 15:57
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          Release Notes: This release adds large packet support to speed fsp, improved directory listing (it's three RTT times faster now), renames send_file() to serve_file() to avoid a name clash on AIX, increases the default packet size for fspd to 1200 bytes, and adds the new file command "fspsites".

          •  22 Dec 2004 06:20
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            Release Notes: The protocol documentation was updated for the CC_INSTALL, CC_RENAME, and CC_SET_PRO commands. Code cleanups occurred in several f* commands. The default dirlistcache was increased to 100 and the default fp cache was increased to 20. Bugfixes were included for 64-bit systems.

            •  03 Nov 2004 01:11
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              Release Notes: A rename command, fmvcmd, has been added to the client tools. The use of password protection is possible again. Various updates have been made to the PROTOCOL file.

              •  27 Oct 2004 10:38
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                Release Notes: A new -b command line switch was implemented for bandwith limiting along with -P for a PID logfile name. FSP_DIR now defaults to "/" if it is not set. Client tracing was improved.

                •  13 Jan 2004 21:30
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                  Release Notes: Several compile fixes for *BSD. It should compile now without errors on *BSD. The fspget command was added to the setup.sh script.

                  •  25 Nov 2003 16:05
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                    Release Notes: The first version of a Java FSP library has been included. Several updates were made in the protocol definition. Support for MIN_DELAY, MAX_DELAY, and DEFAULT_DELAY was added in the source. Several improvements and fixes were made in the path parser. The random number generator was changed to one recommended by Jiann-Ming Su.

                    •  18 Nov 2003 14:55
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                      Release Notes: Fspd is now able to handle filenames with spaces. Logging was changed to a wu-ftpd compatible xferlog format. Some checks for fork() and setsid() were added to the configure script. Flex is no longer needed to build fsp.

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