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Reft stands for "Ridiculously Easy File Transfer", and is a file transfer program without hassles. All that's required is for two parties to load Reft. One person sends a file, the other person accepts the file, and that's it.


Recent releases

  •  25 Apr 2008 17:33

    Release Notes: This release handles HEAD HTTP commands. A bug with end-of-line in the FTP server has been fixed.

    •  01 Mar 2008 07:13

      Release Notes: Command line switches that start an HTTP or FTP server without having to use the GUI were added.

      •  04 Nov 2007 01:32

        Release Notes: Streaming MP3 support was made better. MP3 decoding code was borrowed from JLayer to extract the bitrate, so the server knows the proper amount of time to wait before sending the next song.

        •  16 Sep 2007 06:30

          Release Notes: A label was added that shows how much time is remaining in a Reft transfer. Double clicking on a directory changes to that directory instead of having to click the "change directory" button.

          •  02 Sep 2007 00:46

            Release Notes: Download activity is logged in the HTTP and FTP panes. A somewhat buggy streaming MP3 server has been added.


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