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Pushsite is intended for updating remote websites -- it's like mirroring but in reverse. It only sends the changed/new files to conserve bandwidth. Of course, it has other applications too (e.g. software distribution).


Recent releases

  •  21 Jan 2002 05:46

    Release Notes: This version fixes date conversion bugs which caused extra pages to be updated. The program now uses a single FTP session.

    •  02 Oct 2001 03:55

      Release Notes: We have a new temporary homepage - the billenium bug caused multiple files to be updated, thus squandering bandwidth. Support for Demon Internet has been updated, and the code has been updated to make it more portable. Various flavours of the 'touch' program are now supported. The POSIX Perl module is no longer required. An option for passive FTP has been added. NB: The changes made may affect the internationalization of the program.

      •  01 Aug 2000 12:13

        Release Notes: Version 2.3a has more bug fixes, wider client and server support, and better support for multiple remote hosts.

        •  05 Apr 2000 14:08

          Release Notes: 2.0 contained a password bug which prevented the program from contacting the remote system; this has been fixed. Where the local directory file size is different from the remote directory file size, this is still (incorrectly) logged as a warning. This will be fixed in a future release.

          •  03 Apr 2000 20:34

            Release Notes: A complete re-write of the code; all existing bugs were squished including: empty remote directory crash, illegal word check failure, multiple passes required to delete directories, and failure to work with New options for config files, intrusion detection, and a new bug outstanding (if the size of a directory file on the remote system differs from the local system then this will be incorrectly reported as a warning).


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