1. 17 Jan, 2022 1 commit
  2. 16 Jan, 2022 8 commits
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      Fix printf format issue in previous commit. · 27f8668c
      Rob Swindell authored
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      Add JS properties to assist with web-access to filebase · 9f772107
      Rob Swindell authored
      file_area.web_vpath_prefix
      file-metadata-object (return value of FileBase.get()).vpath
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      Correct JSDOCS for get_path, get_size, and get_time methods · 3e5326e0
      Rob Swindell authored
      These methods also (optionally) accept a file-meta-object as an argument.
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      Add support for web request path aliases (defined in web_alias.ini) · f2858ee6
      Rob Swindell authored
      Similar to the ctrl/ftpalias.cfg file, the new ctrl/web_alias.ini file (optional) can be used to map a portion (the first portion, only) of a web request path to a different physical or virtual path. For example, I'm using it to map:
      /Synchronet/ = /files/main/sbbs/
      for filebase access to my main->sbbs directory of Vertrauen's filebase using a /Synchronet/* web request (i.e. for slightly prettier or shorter custom URLs, if desired).
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      Merge branch 'dd_area_choosers_name_collapsing' into 'master' · c5bfe1a0
      Rob Swindell authored
      Now supports message sub-board & file directory name collapsing
      
      See merge request !134
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      Add direct filebase access from the web server (optional) · 1ab2956b
      Rob Swindell authored
      By setting SCFG->File Options->Web File Virtual Path Prefix to something (e.g. "/files/"), all HTTP or HTTPS requests to the Synchronet Web Server with request paths beginning with this prefix will be interpreted as filebase access requests (with full access control enforcement). This is configured here (in SCFG) rather than, say, the [web] section of sbbs.ini, because I have plans for the terminal server to use this prefix to generate Web-URLs for files to display or email to users.
      
      Currently, only requests to *files* (for download) are supported (no index generation, file information, etc. and definitely no upload support). Full access control (using HTTP auth, not cookies) is used for libraries and directories with controlled access. Credits are deducted and awarded and uploaders are notified of downloads, as one would expect. Requests to any dynamic-web-content files (e.g. .SSJS, .XJS, etc.) will be treated as static file download requests (no script will be executed).
      
      I'm reusing the same virtual path parsing logic from the FTP server (moved to the userdat lib), so the virtual path to a file for download would be, for example, http://yourdomain/files/lib/dir-code/filename.ext
      
      The main motivation for this feature is: FTP-links in email and web pages are just not useful to many users these days and I don't think that sysops should have to rely on a SSJS web UI (e.g. ecWebv4, cool as it is), to provide web-access to the filebases. Using this feature, you can share simpler/shorter web links to your files that will be more enduring.
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      Now supports message sub-board & file directory name collapsing, allowing simplified · fc5848eb
      Eric Oulashin authored
      file directory and message sub-board lists for ones with common groups, adding a 3rd
      tier of options.  For example, if you have the following file directory structure:
      BBS files
        DOS: BBS software
        DOS: BBS doors
        DOS: BBS utilities
        Windows: BBS software
        Windows: BBS doors
        Windows: BBS utilities
      
      With directory name collapsing, the selection will be come 3 tiers, as follows:
      BBS files
        DOS
          BBS software
          BBS doors
          BBS utilities
        Windows
          BBS software
          BBS doors
          BBS utilities
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  3. 14 Jan, 2022 9 commits
  4. 13 Jan, 2022 5 commits
  5. 12 Jan, 2022 2 commits
  6. 11 Jan, 2022 4 commits
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      Allow maximum uploaded filename length to be configured · eb8114bd
      Rob Swindell authored
      Default to 64 characters. Maximum value is 65535 characters, but filenames larger than 64 characters may be problematic (e.g. searching for them, displaying them, security concerns), so only increase with caution. Shorter values are fine, but 0 will just revert back to the default.
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      Log unallowed/illegal filenames in quotes · 7ccc618a
      Rob Swindell authored
      Prefixed or trailing white-space characters would be hard to discern without this.
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      Include some statistics about the release · 1d88d809
      Rob Swindell authored
      These git diff stats are a bit misleading as a lot of files were removed from the git repo and some 3rd party libraries were added.
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      loadfiles() will perform liberal filename matching when len > 12 chars · 60e4d7af
      Rob Swindell authored
      As discovered while making the Synchronet v3.18b feature video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_IWzIV0_sZ4), when only a shortened version of a long filename is displayed (e.g. due to 80 column terminal width limitations), trying to download that filename by specifying the filename at the Download File(s) Filespec [All Files]: prompt can be problematic.
      
      For example (as seen in the video), the file "SyncTERM-1.1-setup.exe" is displayed as "SyncTERM.exe" (on an 80-column terminal), yet trying to download "SyncTERM.exe" (or "syncterm.exe") using the 'D'ownload command would fail to find a file with that name (understandably, but frustratingly so).
      
      This change will transform the requested filename-to-load if it is at least 12 characters in length and contains no wildcards (* or ?), to include a filename extending wildcard: "filename.txt" will become "filename*.txt" and "longfilename" will become "longfilename*".
      
      For requested filespecs of NULL (all files) or specs containing wildcards or specs (filenames) less than 12 characters in length, no filespec transform takes place: so trying to list/download "a" doesn't match "apple.txt".
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  7. 08 Jan, 2022 1 commit
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  10. 04 Jan, 2022 3 commits
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      The simpler fix to issue #317 (nested DIZ files) · 0553ef9b
      Rob Swindell authored
      By extracting with with_path=true, the file_list matching won't match the nested DIZ files.
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      Add overwrite argument to extract_file_from_archive and Archive.extract · 16cfe2d3
      Rob Swindell authored
      Previously, extracted files were always overwritten (so that is the "default" for Archive.extract() and mostly what I'm specifying in the C/C++ code by default now), but this caused a problem with DIZ extraction: archives that contained multiple DIZ files (e.g in sub-directories), the last to be extracted would be used. A maximum of 3 DIZs can be extracted, so it would usually be the 3rd DIZ in the archive if there were that many.
      
      Another solution would be to *only* extract DIZ files from the root of the archive and I should look into that as well, but the always-overwrite behavior also seemed to be wrong, so that *also* needed fixing (allow caller to control behavior).
      
      This fixes issue #317, at least for archives where the root DIZ exists *before* any nested DIZ files. I'll have to try and create a purposeful archive to test the other conditions (where the root DIZ would appear *after* the nested DIZ(s)).
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  11. 03 Jan, 2022 5 commits