gsx is a Scour Exchange client which simulates the Windows Scour Exchange client. gsx is currently in development and you can currently search and download files, maintain a user hotlist, discontinue and resume file downloads, and preview files during download.
|Tags||Communications File Sharing|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This release changes some error messages so they are more descriptive, replaces all system()s with unlink and link, adds some minor structural changes, adds a check for ongoing searches (this should fix the "Protocol error, searching." error message on failing login), makes GTK+ thread-safe the proper way, adds the ability to sort search results, adds more debugging capabilities to download-from-firewalled-client and connecting to host, saves the window setup when exiting and restores it at startup, adjusts widgets and windows so resizing is possible, merges Michael Walkers 'Preview Media' code, allows downloads to be previewed, and fixes include statements to satisfy compilation under Red Hat 7.0.
Release Notes: A bug was fixed in the function which downloads from firewalled clients. A serious bug which caused connections to fail was fixed. More printed info on incoming connections was added.
Release Notes: Experimental support was added for downloading files from firewalled clients. Some semaphore checks were added when handling widgets from threads, which will hopefully fix the Xlib crashes. Fixes were made for a bug with cancelling one of two downloads of the same files from the same user.
Release Notes: This release adds totally rewritten TCP/IP code (it no longer uses EasyTcpIp_Lib), cleaned-up compilation, checking for download/upload directories (this could cause a segmentation fault), an option for accessing an old account if no old configuration files are found, a download time prediction, the ability to discontinue and resume file downloads, minor code cleanup and major architectural changes, and updated and new documentation. Downloaded files are now downloaded in (DLdir)/incomplete and moved to (DLdir) when complete. Fixes have been made for a bug in file search which ignored all found files except those searched with Type "all" and for several minor bugs.
Release Notes: Initial release.