tweaked freehost3270 binary assembly

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2005-12-08
2012-10-26
  • Victor Anyakin
    Victor Anyakin
    2005-12-08

    Greetings to all,

    This time I would like to ask you, if there is somebody interested in
    testing/evaluating the version of the applet I have developed.

    Or, no, I wished to say, that I have tweaked freehost3270 a bit and if
    somebody is interested to see the results of my work, please let me
    know, and tomorrow I will try to distribute the binary assembly of the
    webapp that has the proxy, proxy launcher servlet, applet, the applet
    launching JSP page.

    • The Proxy features are almost the same as of the Proxy from the last src
      distribution of the freehost3270.

    • The applet features a better look (unprotected fields have slightly
      different background), navigation with <TAB>, <C-f>.

    • The whole web application is configured throught the web deployment
      descriptor (not so much configuration parameters, but, still).

    • System.out and System.err diagnostic messages are partially replaced
      by the java.util.logging methods.

    • Freehost3270 application was split into several interdependant
      the build echosystem moved from ant to maven-2.

    So, please, let me know if you are interested in evaluating this
    application and I will try to send you the binary assembly.

    Contact me on "anyakin at users.sourceforge.net"

    With best regards,

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    • Markus Peters
      Markus Peters
      2005-12-08

      Hello Anyakin,
      nice to hear, that other people were also interested in continuing the project.
      In my environment the freehost is from interest too. Our focus was to get a cheap and stable 3270-Emulation. So we set our focus to a Java-Applet called from a Web-Server. We included SSL, clipboard-functionality, mouse-support, Swing-support and Printing. Perhaps we should share our releases.
      Unfortunately I have no experience to work on an open-source-project using CVS and other tools.
      kindlay regards
      Markus