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For the happy mac users only smile

As soon as you have uploaded pictures from your camera to your library, you want these pictures to get available to your friends, family or whoever. Moreover, let them easily download a bunch of pictures and import them in their own iPhoto library with your captions and comments (for your lucky friends also owning a mac).
WiPhA intends to be light for your server in terms of cpu and memory usage, and to provide all they need to easily browse your pictures, even in a big library.
Your MacOSX standard installation includes a web server which will be used to let others access to your pictures through their web browser. After having installed WiPhA, all you have to do is turn the Web server on, configure your friends' rights and give them the URL to connect. You don't even need to be logged in, as long as your computer is on, connected to the internet, and it's web server is running.

yamb.pngYamb Version 0.6.6 - by Globs 17/12/2005 @ 15:18

At last, my new server is up, and I can release Yamb 0.6.6:
  • [new] Complex characters managment (UTF-8 translation) for elements passed to the notifier (except the message body)
  • Locales update

yamb.pngYamb Version - by Globs 06/12/2005 @ 12:40

Replaces the 0.6.5 version:
Corrects some uncompleted locales.
The version didn't solve the issue. (Never work in a hurry!)

yamb.pngYamb 0.6.5 : official delivery - by Globs 02/12/2005 @ 22:07

  • [new] Setting check intervals in seconds has now become an option.
  • [new] The message body is passed to the notifier. There are however a few restrictions:
    • The command line length being limited, only the first 500 characters are passed.
    • The text is directly extracted from the mail file, without being decoded. This may generate poor results for accented and complex (chineese...) characters.
    • This raw text also contains the encoded attachments. The way Yamb deletes them is probably not bullet proof.
  • [bug] Corrects the mail check timing (when the 'check interval in seconds' is activated): Some checks were not performed.

Extensions auto update - by Globs 16/10/2005 @ 19:15

As of today, Thunderbird automaticaly updates my extensions (according to it's settings).
To initialize the mecanism, you nevertheless need to download and install again the last version of the extension (Yamb: 0.6.4, External Editor: 0.7.1) in which I added the update URL.

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