Rein,Can you point me at the latest server code please?? I'm happy to have a go at perl, but I don't know Java.
What is the process for making changes??I'm also keen to understand the process behind the mode changing whilst connected; amongst other things.
Ian VK1IAN On 03/06/13 18:44, Rein Couperus wrote:
Hi Ian... you are right, we could use some more comments... Also the code needs cleaning, there is a lot of debug related stuff in there. Until now, only 3 people have bothered to read the perl code (Per, John and myself), so it is really a matter of priorities. There is still so much to do, and I am already spending some 8 hours a day to experiment, code and debug pskmail :-) But I promise I will go through the code and start cleaning/documenting whenever I have tme (still one-handed here, which does not help either...) BTW, ~FY, ~FN, ~FOx, ~FA (yes, no, level, erase) are commands related to Delay Tolerant Networking and 'resume upload/download' after reconnect. The ~Msp and ~Mp commands are there for the 2-level diffie-hellman authentication process related to POP services.... When there are people with spare time who could help in the cleaning/documentation process, they are more than welcome :-) 73, Rein Rein, Is there any developer type documentation available for PSKMail server?? I've been looking through the perl code and whilst actions like ~SEND, ~LISTFILES, etc are obvious, others like ~Msp, ~FY: and ~FO: are not so obvious. If this documentation is not available, some more detailed comments in the code will suffice. Ian VK1IAN