Older blog entries for peretto (starting at number 6)

15 Jan 2008 (updated 28 May 2008 at 12:07 UTC) »
Xama v2.0.0

Xamã is finished! I'll put the source code in the Google Code. It was a utopic dream, but it RUNS!

15 Sep 2007 (updated 28 May 2008 at 12:07 UTC) »
Xama v1.9.9

Well, now I can say that Xamã is stable and tested. Now I'll post things about me, no more just about this project. I'm starting a new phase in my life, working fulltime in something that I love to be: IT Manage. Good luck for me!

17 Apr 2007 (updated 28 May 2008 at 12:07 UTC) »
Xama v1.2.0

Xama v1.2.0 is released! Now the server thread is running very well, allowing many simultaneous access, but I think just five, because I don't have enough time to study if the "listen(5)" can be implemented for more access. I'll put the sources in the site soon.

5 Feb 2007 (updated 28 May 2008 at 12:06 UTC) »
Xama v1.0.0 runs!

Xama 1.0.0 is up! I'd put the source in a folder and start the 1.0.1 using a GUI. Well, a long time ago I used to code programs in DOS, so I like so much text-mode programs than graphical-mode. I'd test with EasyGUI, a python module very good, but I'm thinking to return to the text-mode because this project must need runs well... then I'll use a GUI on it.

9 Nov 2006 (updated 28 May 2008 at 12:06 UTC) »
Xama v1.0.0

Xama 1.0.0 has come! Now the client can choose the files for transfer by the server. It's a big step!

25 Sep 2006 (updated 28 May 2008 at 12:06 UTC) »
Xama v0.1.0

I code one important part of the xama: the part that read a file in binary mode, and do the transaction from the server to the client. And the happiest part: the executable file runs in the client!

20 Sep 2006 (updated 28 May 2008 at 12:05 UTC) »
Xama v0.0.2

I'm starting the project Xama (xama-server e xama-client) for a new way to share files, faster than the others default methods. I send the file after the compress, reducing the size of the file and the time of the transaction. Last version is 0.0.2.

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