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lundfxp

lundfxp is an FXP (direct site-to-site FTP) application ideal for mirroring. It uses wxWindows and features full queue management, local site (for normal FTPing), automatic resume and restart, etc.

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  •  14 Feb 2002 00:14

    Release Notes: This is a stable release. It includes internal SafeTP encryption support and support for Mac OS X.

    •  05 Oct 2001 15:37

      Release Notes: Right-mouse button menu entries were added to refresh and create directories, and to queue, load, and clear items from the download list. The floating exceptions which occurred when the CPS was near 0 have been fixed. The directory listing bug has been fixed. Entries are now added to the queue in sorted order. The percentage calculations on resumed files were fixed. CPS capping was added for uploads and downloads.

      •  19 Sep 2001 11:05

        Release Notes: Binaries for Windows, NetBSD, Solaris, Linux, and IRIX added. Required libraries included for those wishing to quick test the program. _local_ site definitions added to act like a FTP client (upload inclomplete). REST/resume pairs sent to wrong host bug fixed. Path combo support, CPS, progress bars, and loading and saving of queue files added.

        •  02 Aug 2001 20:33

          No changes have been submitted for this release.

          Recent comments

          10 Apr 2003 22:44 lundman

          CVS

          CVS is now up to build 1986, and I should probably do an announcement someday.

          I regularly see fetches for the lundfxp built binaries, in particular, Linux. This is really old, and you most likely do not want to run this. I do not have Linux machines here so I can't do binary builds myself. People are welcome to help.


          08 Oct 2001 07:11 lundman

          Re: wx version

          >
          > % I use 2.2.7 on my machine as well,
          > but
          > % you need also check the versions
          > of
          > % gmodule, glib,
          > % gtk, gthread. I used version
          > % 1.2.10.
          >
          > I think it's a different compiler more
          > likely. I also
          > use glib/gtk 1.2.10, but my compiler
          > now is 2.96
          > (RH one), and its and 2.95 or 3.0 ABIs
          > are different.
          > So what about the source?;)
          >
          >


          egcs-2.91.66

          Uhmm slighty "off" version, maybe I should compile it on the RH7 box here hmm.

          Source will come, but I made the mistake of releasing sources early before and it was
          not a good idea.

          07 Oct 2001 18:53 nerijus

          Re: wx version

          > I use 2.2.7 on my machine as well, but
          > you need also check the versions of
          > gmodule, glib,
          > gtk, gthread. I used version
          > 1.2.10.

          I think it's a different compiler more likely. I also
          use glib/gtk 1.2.10, but my compiler now is 2.96
          (RH one), and its and 2.95 or 3.0 ABIs are different.
          So what about the source?;)

          25 Sep 2001 10:15 lundman

          Re: wx version

          > Linux version segfaults on my machine.
          > What wx
          > libraries does it use - 2.2 or 2.3? I
          > have 2.2.7
          > compiled by myself, but binary
          > segfaults (I don't
          > want to download precompiled libraries
          > (more than
          > 3 MB)). Will source code be
          > available?
          >


          I use 2.2.7 on my machine as well, but you need also check the versions of gmodule, glib,
          gtk, gthread. I used version 1.2.10.

          If you load gdb up like "gdb lundfxp core" and do a "backtrace". If the lines listed are in
          GTK or wxWindows it is most likely your versions.

          If the core is in my code, then it is probably my fault! :)

          24 Sep 2001 14:51 nerijus

          wx version
          Linux version segfaults on my machine. What wx
          libraries does it use - 2.2 or 2.3? I have 2.2.7
          compiled by myself, but binary segfaults (I don't
          want to download precompiled libraries (more than
          3 MB)). Will source code be available?

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