Gerstensaft is a graphical frontend for simple asynchronous file transfer.
Gerstensaft is an easy to use graphical oriented frontend for SAFT. It features sending files and directories and provides a history of used addresses. Since it is only a frontend, you'll need the sendfile program installed as well.
Gerstensaft is German and means barley juice translated word by word, short beer, although beer is Bier. However, since you now know that Gerstensaft is beer you'll have to type beer to run this program. That's quite logic, isn't it?
- Fixed problem with double clicks and regular files. Thanks to Tim Gerla
- Fixed segmentation fault when hitting `..' too often
- Some beautification for the directory listing
- New Swedish translation by Daniel Nylander
- Applied patch by Andreas Jochens to fix invalid lvalue in increment
- Adjusted web addresses and stuff
- Beginning of port to Gtk 2 by Holger Levsen
- Widen the main window by 100 pixel
- Added mnemonics to menu items
- Use stock buttons where possible
- Sorting of files to send by Johannes Beigel
- New receive module
- New message module
- Support for adding a comment along the files
- Adjust the sensitivity of several buttons automatically according to user's actions
- Exchanged the position of Send and Clear buttons since the Clear button clearly belongs to the list below
- Added LFS support
- Added Preferences dialog
- New Vietnamese translation by Clytie Siddall
- New Romanian translation by Eddy Petrisor