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rproxy 0.9.5

The rproxy project is inactive.

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Last Week downloads: 0
Total downloads: 65
  • Last Updated: Aug 15, 2010
  • License: GPL Free
  • OS: Windows /Linux/Mac OS/BSD/Solaris
  • Requirements: No special requirements
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rproxy is a Scripts software developed by Martin Pool. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for rproxy:

EditByBrothersoft: The rproxy project is inactive.

It now seems that the effort to get rsync-in-HTTP widely adopted is not justified giving the increasing availability of high-bandwidth connections, and the decreasing fraction of web traffic that is suitable for DELTA-compression.

The librsync Library which was developed as part of the project seems to have a more generally useful future. It is likely to power the possible new major revision of rsync. Early steps towards that are visible in Wayne's rzync prototype, and Martin's superlifter design.

If you're interested in developing the project then please go ahead and feel free to contact mbp at samba.org.

problem statement

Caches are used to good effect on today's web to Improve response times and reduce network usage. For any given resource, such as an HTML page or an image, the client remembers the last instance it retrieved, and it may use it to satisfy future requests. However, the current-system is all-or-nothing: the resource must either be exactly the same as the cached instance, or it is downloaded from scratch.

The web is moving towards dynamic content: many pages are assembled from databases or are customized for each visitor. In the existing HTTP caching system, this means that many resources cannot be cached at all.

proposed solution

A Far better approach would be for the server to download a description of the changes from the old instance to the new one: a `diff' or `delta'.

Some people have proposed that the server should send the resource as an unchanging template plus variable values, or that the server should retain all old instances and so calculate the differences. These techniques have some value, but they constrain the server-side developer and seem unlikely to be widely adopted.

The rproxy extensions to HTTP allow the server to generate a diff relative to the cached instance in a way that is completely general, and transparent to both the server and user agent.
you can free download rproxy 0.9.5 now.

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Please be aware that Brothersoft do not supply any crack, patches, serial numbers or keygen for rproxy,and please consult directly with program authors for any problem with rproxy.