ftpUP was designed as a more reliable and quicker acting alternative to dyndns for making Web servers, which are connected via dial-up links, available under a fixed address. It gets your IP on a definable interface and creates an html document containing the current URL of your local server, and uploads it to an existing website. You can also include a logo or other information in the file which is uploaded. Another advantage over dyndns is that the link can point to any URL, ie. your websites can be delivered from anywhere else if your local server goes offline.
ftpparse is a library for parsing FTP LIST responses. It currently understands the LIST output from any UNIX server, Microsoft FTP Service, Windows NT FTP Server, VMS, WFTPD, NetPresenz, and NetWare. It also supports EPLF, a solution to the LIST-parsing mess (supported by Netscape 5.0). ftpparse parses file modification times into time_t, so you can easily compare them and display them in your favorite format. It lets you know how precise the time_t is: LOCAL meaning exact with known time zone (available from EPLF), REMOTEMINUTE meaning unknown time zone and seconds, or REMOTEDAY meaning unknown time zone and time of day.
FTE is a text editor for X-Windows and console with I18N support. It features color syntax highlighting for C/C++, HTML, PERL, TEX, and many more, multiple file/window editing, column blocks, configurable menus and keyboard bindings, mouse support, undo/redo, regular expression search and replace, folding, as well as background compiler execution.
Fsync is a Perl script which allows for file synchronization between remote hosts, containing functionality similar to that of the rsync and CVS packages. Since fsync is a single Perl script, setting up file synchronization on a new machine is relatively simple. Communication between the hosts is via a socket mechanism, with the remote server started by rsh, by ssh or manually. The program was written with slow modem connections in mind. Fsync supports the concept of merging differences from local/remote hosts with hooks for tools to merge the trees. Fsync requires perl 5.004 or newer. This program is licensed under the GNU Public License.
fsv, the 3D File System Visualizer, allows you to view a collection of directories and files as three-dimensional geometry. It represents all or part of a filesystem as a collection of blocks of varying sizes, each labeled with a filename, and arranged in a manner consistent with the original directory structure. fsv can visualize any arbitrarily large collection of files, limited only by memory and hardware constraints. Program features include an integrated 2D interface, intelligent camera handling, and extensive use of animation. fsv requires OpenGL.