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FSP Proxy

FSP Proxy is a proxy server for FSP to HTTP/1.0 protocol translation. It also accepts gopher:// URLs as an alias for fsp://. You can set it up as a gopher proxy in your browser, and easily access FSP sites.

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  •  30 Oct 2009 17:22

    Release Notes: The Maven 2.2 build system has been added, and the GNU makefile and SCons build systems removed. The distributed jar file is autostartable, and returns an error to the client if Range: header parsing fails. It will detect on startup if jfsplib 1.0rc7 or greater is correctly installed.

    •  20 Dec 2004 18:56

      Release Notes: Directory listing are now in an Apache-like style with file size and last modification time. FSP timeout has been increased from 30 to 500 seconds, ftp:// url is accepted as an alias for fsp://, and 502 is sent instead of 401 on failed directory listing because FSP passwords are not supported.

      •  01 Nov 2004 18:53

        Release Notes: A link to the FSP homepage has been added into the directory listings tagline. Directory listings are now very fast, and are just 1 RTT away. You need to get the 1.0rc5 Java FSP support library. HTTP/1.1 protocol support has been added. HTTP/1.1 Range requests are supported. Download managers in browsers now work very nicely with resuming.

        •  26 Oct 2004 18:00

          Release Notes: Updated copyrights. Prints usage on error. More resistant to errors in the build environment. Can load MIME types from a user-defined file.

          •  13 Jan 2004 01:46

            Release Notes: A redirect will be sent if required so that directories end in a "/". The parent directory link in dirlisting has been fixed. Support has been added for guessing Content-types from filenames, and for Last-Modified date.

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