Send/receive files with builtin HTTP server and terminal QR code
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Changelog

0.7.0 (2020-06-14)

  • Uploading supports selecting multiple files in one go.
  • Failed uploads now have a “Retry” button.

0.6.0 (2020-05-09)

  • We now have a manual page.
  • Closing qair (control+c) rolls up (hides) the QR code.
  • qair is now also a library. This is used by gqair: qair with a GUI. qair as commandline utility will stay.
  • Team up with the fork of the QR code terminal renderer.

0.5.0 (2020-04-04)

  • Revised command line parameters (again...). Receiving files is not enabled by default anymore because software should only do what is asked.
    • To send: qair FILE
    • To receive: qair -u
    • Both: qair -u FILE
  • Update crate dependencies (thanks to Laurent)
  • Dropped support for running qair on Windows. Of course Windows clients can still connect to qair.

0.4.0 (2019-11-30)

  • QR code by default points to HTML page with download button (instead of immediately to the file). Use --deeplink to disable.
  • Simpler command line parameters: usually just qair FILE (send+receive) or qair (only receive). Old behavior of only sending available via qair --no-receive FILE.

0.3.0 (2019-08-31)

Features and improvements:

  • Support resume on sending files
  • Only show QR if starting webserver succeeded
  • Choosing an unused filename for receiving files is now multi-process-safe
  • Receiving files keeps filename (Windows not supported)

Under the hood:

  • Update dependencies (thanks to Laurent)
  • Switch to new HTTP server library

0.2.0 (2018-11-11)

  • Fix IP address autodetection on OS X (thanks to anonymous contributor)
  • Support for Windows
  • Support for legacy Windows terminal (needed for older versions of Windows)
  • Binaries for Linux (static linked) and Windows (both only i686 and amd64)

0.1.0 (2018-09-29)

First released version! This is mostly a Rust exercise. Rust-exercise-wise this is not finished (many things are not yet done properly I think), but people are already using it or want to use it, so let’s release this!

New features:

  • Sending files concurrently
  • Simple progress bar in upload/receive HTML form
  • Automatic IP address detection
  • Support for terminals that display a gap between lines of █ blocks