Release Notes: This release improves the new kite wizard, adds human-readable date/time to log output, cleans the auto-generated configuration file, fixes a bug in frontend HTTP CONNECT for wild-card TLS endpoints, improves backend behavior when X.pagekite.me is in /etc/hosts as 127.x.x.x, adds MOTD support, and adds many other small changes and bugfixes.
Release Notes: A major code cleanup was done. Improvements were made to the built-in HTTP server. Experimental support was added for the finger and IRC protocols. As of this release, RPM and Debian packages are available directly from the author.
Release Notes: Much progress on the user interface (it has colors) and command line syntax. All bugfixes have been backported from 0.3.20 and 0.3.21.
Release Notes: More file-descriptor bugs were fixed. A regression where error pages failed to appear when a back-end server was down was fixed.
Release Notes: This release fixes multiple front-end bugs, including file-descriptor leaks, handshake problems with Python's native SSL library, and problems with loopback tunnels.
Release Notes: This release features a much more powerful built-in HTTP daemon and changes the shortcut syntax for launching custom kites from the command-line: the new syntax follows the more natural "pagekite.py source1 source2 ... destination" pattern, where sources can be server:port pairs, files, or folders, and destinations are public server URLs.
Release Notes: This release adds a built-in HTTP server for instantly making a directory of static files on localhost into a publicly visible Web site. The command-line interface was also improved and there is a text-mode wizard for creating new "pagekites".
Release Notes: Multiple bugfixes to improve stability, especially on the front end. This release marks the transitioning of the 0.3.x releases to "stable" status; from now on, any new features will go into the 0.4.x branch.
Release Notes: This version cleans up a lot of the pagekite.py crypto code and fixes some hanging connection problems with SSL at the front-end and some browsers. Windows compatibility is also improved somewhat, tunnel stability is improved, and support was added for rapid network switching.
Release Notes: This version works around problems in Python's native SSL library that would cause busy TLS tunnels to frequently disconnect (pagekite.py would reconnect automatically, so the main symptom of this was truncated images and file transfers). Users of pyOpenSSL or unencrypted tunnels were not affected. A few other minor issues were fixed as well, including a regression in the code behind the --all argument. Upgrading is recommended.