Freenet Client Protocol Helper
PyFCP has been renamed to pyFreenet: https://pypi.python.org/pypi/pyFreenet
README file for pyFreenet
fcpVersion = “0.3.0”
PyFreenet is a suite of command-line freenet applications, as well as a powerful Python library, for freenet 0.7.
This pyFreenet release includes:
command-line freenet client applications, which will get installed as executable commands in your PATH, including:
- freesitemgr - a simple yet flexible freesite management utility
- fcpnames - utility for managing the new ‘name service’ layer
- fproxyproxy - an experimental http proxy that sits on top of fproxy, and translates human-friendly site names transparently
- fcpget - a single key fetcher
- fcpput - a single key inserter
- fcpgenkey - a keypair generator
- fcpinvertkey - generate new SSK/USK keypairs
- fcpredirect - insert a redirect from one ‘key’ to another ‘key’.
an XML-RPC server for freenet access, which can be run standalone, or easily integrated into an existing website
python package ‘fcp’, containing classes for interacting with freenet.
To get good API documentation, run:
$ epydoc -n “pyFreenet API manual” -o html fcp
When you install this package (refer INSTALL), you should end up with a command ‘freesitemgr’ on your PATH.
‘freesitemgr’ is a console-based freesite insertion utility which keeps your freesite configs and status in a single config file (~/.freesitemgr, unless you specify otherwise).
Invoke ‘freesitemgr -h’ (or if on windows, ‘freesitemgr.py -h’) and read the options.
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