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IrFTrP 1.00

Software to transfer files using Pocket Post Pet's IrDA port
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Software to transfer files using Pocket Post Pet's IrDA port
IrFTrP Ver. 1.00

The software itself is quite common, and it feels like IrDA now. However, I couldn't find any software that met the requirements, such as being able to transfer files using PPP, Windows 98, and Windows 2000 using infrared rays, and preventing Japanese file names from becoming garbled. So, I decided to practice and make my own. For now, it is only for H/PC Pro, CE2.11(2), mips, WindowsNT series, 98 series, and x86. Since it uses IrSock, I don't think NT4 or 95 will work as is. CE uses Tillanosoft's tGetFile.dll (thank you for providing the SDK free of charge). I built it separately for the NT system and the 98 system, but it seems to work on both. While studying WIN32 controls, I was able to get the functionality to a certain extent, so I decided to update it to Ver. 1.0. There is no documentation, but I don't think it will be too much of a problem (I plan to create one if I have the energy). The upper level protocol (not really what you would call it) is proprietary.

Ver. 1.0
Added a function to transfer all folders and folders at once.
Due to this, the protocol has been slightly changed (cannot be transferred with the previous version)
Supports startup with arguments (command line, drop on icon, and if registered with SendTo, it can be used for sending from Explorer, etc.)
Desktop version supports drop
Added option to wait for confirmation when receiving
Add command bar
Transfer file selection method changed
Other bug fixes

System Requirements

Requires tGetFile.dll in SCL
tGetFile.dll 3.0



License Freeware
The program is completely free to use.
Website http://www.geocities.jp/tedmiy/ppp.html
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Released 05 July 2001
Popularity 2805
Total Downloads  0
Submitted By torch
Submitted On 26 February 2024


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