All releases of HTTP Time Protocol

  •  21 Dec 2004 13:50
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    Release Notes: Win32 support was improved.

    •  20 Dec 2004 08:16
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      Release Notes: The polling interval is now configurable from htpd.conf. GMT offset calculation was cleaned up and a daylight saving bug was fixed.

      •  18 Dec 2004 14:47
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        Release Notes: This release adds syslog support, an automatic polling interval in htp, proxy support for htpd, and minor bugfixes.

        •  12 Nov 2004 22:26
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          Release Notes: Correction on rounding off seconds. Proxy support for htpdate has been added.

          •  08 Nov 2004 19:34
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            Release Notes: This release adds Htpdate steps in time (e.g., for use in init boot scripts).

            •  08 Nov 2004 01:24
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              Release Notes: An htpd daemon is now included. Time steps/jumps are avoided, and clock speed is adjusted smoothly.

              •  07 Nov 2004 04:04
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                Release Notes: This release features a fix for wrong GMT offset calculation.

                •  05 Nov 2004 03:05
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                  Release Notes: Htpdate can now set the time automatically. The program now accepts multiple Web servers as sources for the time.

                  •  30 Oct 2004 09:41
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                    Release Notes: The program was rewritten in C.

                    •  03 Sep 2004 21:03
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                      Release Notes: htpdate-light has been added. It is simular to htpdate, but doesn't require LWP. Minpoll and maxpoll variables are being used similar to ntpd to control the polling interval.

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