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PostPosted: Fri 21 Dec 2012, 14:20    Post_subject:  PsendAndRecieve
Sub_title: an idea for a tcl/tk application to allow normal websites to become hosts for puppy projects

I'm pondering the idea of writing an application in Tcl/Tk that will automatically split files and upload automatically via your account on one of these hosts, which you would enter upon using the program. This would then generate a .parts file which would list everything that people need to download, and in order too, and upload that file, and return the link. And since it's Tcl, It could be easy to get a client for Puppy, Windoze, Mac, etc.

This would also need some back-end PHP, But I think that could be done fairly easy. I wrote a pure-tcl file splitter for my portfolio when I entered college anyway, therefore it shouldn't be too tough.

But it may not look as pretty as much of the bash/gtk work many puppians have done. But I think if it will work, then that will be all that most people I think would need.

What do you guys (and girls) think Cool
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