• Anonymous - 2010-08-03

    It seems like quite a few people have offered to make contributions to this
    codebase. Are those contributions still being accepted?

    If you are willing to download the latest source, you can see that this is a
    pretty cool app, but the latest binary release is way behind the source, the
    build is still broken, and nobody's committed anything in a few years. From
    the outside, this project looks mostly dead...

    I'd like to dedicate some time to extending and cleaning up this code base,
    but I wanted to make sure the project is still alive before I do. Is anybody
    out there?


  • Victor Anyakin

    Victor Anyakin - 2010-08-03


    Definitly, any contributions are welcome. IMHO, If you improve the sources to
    the state
    that a new binary release is feasible, it would be a great step for the


  • Anonymous - 2010-09-23

    Hi Chris/Victor,

    I too am up for trying to get this project back on track. It seems the only
    Java alternative is Jagacy which costs thousands of dollars. We were just
    discussing whether there was any way to not use Jagacy and I suggested
    starting from scratch, however since there is a codebase here already it must
    be a good start.

    Have you done any work so far Chris?



  • Jon Strayer

    Jon Strayer - 2010-11-22

    Index of /repository/org/freehost3270

    Name Last modified Size Description Parent Directory -
    freehost3270-app/ 01-Apr-2008 06:55 -
    freehost3270-applet/ 01-Apr-2008 06:55 -
    freehost3270-client/ 01-Apr-2008 06:54 -
    freehost3270-gui/ 01-Apr-2008 06:55 -
    freehost3270-proxy/ 20-Nov-2008 04:48 -
    freehost3270-suite/ 01-Apr-2008 06:54 -
    freehost3270-web/ 01-Apr-2008 06:56 -
    freehost3270/ 16-Nov-2008 10:02 -


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