The librsync component of the rproxy project has been moved to its own project on SourceForge. For details see;
The rproxy CVS repository has moved onto the Samba CVS machine. For updated information on anonymous access, see
rproxy now offers nightly CVS tarballs at
These are built every night on which the CVS head will compile and pass the regression suite. They're ideal for people who'd like the latest features but who don't have the tools or inclination to update from CVS. You don't need automake or autoconf to build from a tarball.
A new public beta of rproxy, the rsync-in-HTTP proxy, is available. rproxy 0.5.6 is suitable for daily use, and provides good data compression to speed up web browsing.