Version 0.13 of rsyncrypto has just been released. Main changes are:
- Rsyncrypto now works on OpenBSD (assuming you have a patched gzip, but..)
- The patch for gzip to make it work with rsyncrypto (--rsyncable) is
now included in the "contrib" folder of the source.
- Some minor clarification for my position on the "OpenSSL GPL
exception" problem. The exception is still there, as I do not intend to
make anyone's life harder. Read the "COPYING" file for more details.
As for future directions - I am now working on making rsyncrypto work on
more platforms, and in particular, Windows. The first stage for
achieving this is moving away from "getopt_long" as a command line
processing mechanism. I have found "argtable"
(http://argtable.sourceforge.net), and am migrating rsyncrypto there.
Expect a new version soon. This alone should allow us to use rsyncrypto
on other Unixes, such as solaris.
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