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[REBOL] Re: IOS like syncing

From: petr:krenzelok:trz:cz at: 10-Mar-2004 20:18

Robert M. M=C3=BCnch wrote:
>Hi, I want to create a Rebol based tool (what else?) that posts data to a >server, and syncs this data to other uses. Something like an IOS/light. It >should work thru HTTP, to avoid firewall problems. > >I took a look at the IOS proxy C code. But I must say, that I don't >understand everything. AFAIU it, this cgi-bin takes the HTTP request from >a Link client and mangles it into a format the IOS server can understand, >right? How are answered delivered from the IOS server thru the cgi-bin >back to Link client? > >What other methods could I use? I would like to use some web-service like >engine on the server. But this thing must support going via a web-server. > >Has anyone written a generic file-sync / sharing protocol I could use? I >think I will store all data into single files, as IOS does, and just sync >these. I found the remote-file thing from Ingo, which is pretty close to >what I need but it establishes a direct connection, not via a POST/GET CGI >proxy. >
Hi Robert, now as async is here and we've got Gabriele, Romano, Maarten active and well skilled in REBOL TCP issues, there might be some way. IIRC, other way was Uniserve, but Doc has not finished it yet. IIRC Doc told me there is some "rsync"? protocol and he iirc even tried to write it in rebol, but don't know about the results. -pekr-