Projects / Winie


Winie is a W3C network utility (implemented in Java) for saving, getting, and deleting files on the Web using HTTP/1.1. The main feature of Winie is its ability to solve the "lost update problem" by storing ETags. Winie uses the client side API of Jigsaw, the W3C Web Server.


Recent releases

  •  13 Mar 2001 23:10

    Release Notes: Content Language support, and fixes for Digest Authentication.

    •  17 Nov 2000 13:31

      Release Notes: Basic support of Digest Authentication, a fix for a Base64-encoded password bug, preferences directory is now ".winie" instead of "winie" , new keyboard shortcuts, and many minor bugfixes.

      •  17 Aug 2000 16:44

        Release Notes: A new logo was created. File/URL synchronization was added. Many bugs were fixed.

        •  07 Aug 2000 19:56

          Release Notes: An executable jar is now included. BufferredInputStream was replaced by a new MSFileInputStream that supports mark/reset. Notification and error messages were improved. A new option was added which tells Winie to not upload CVS dirs. Many bugs were fixed, including a bug in the Jigsaw Client API with proxy HTTP/1.0 and 413 replies.

          •  29 Mar 2000 18:49

            Release Notes: A fix for a bug in NullPointerException when downloading in a directory that doesn't exist, saving the current directory in all FileChooser, and specifying another config directory.


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