Simon Fell > Its just code > PocketHTTP
Since pretty much day 1 (so about 2900 days ago!), I ran the PocketSOAP projects off my personal CVS server, including anon access and a web viewer, I planned on & off to move to SourceForge, but their future always looked shaky back then and this was at the bottom of the todo list. I'm finally bitting the bullet and moving them to Google Code.
I released a new version of SoqlX a few days ago, this updates it to the v13.0 API, and adds the ability to save the query results as a CSV file. And i just posted a new release of PocketHTTP, this adds a change to not send the full URL when proxying over SSL. PocketSOAP and PocketXML-RPC both now are a few revs behind pocketHTTP. I'll be updating the installers for those 2 to bring them up to date sometime in the next week.
The release train rolls on, I just posted an updated version of PocketHTTP to address a couple of issues, (i) you could still get bogus gzip errors because under certain conditions it would apply the crc calc out of order and (ii) there was an issue with how the connection pool managed proxied SSL connections, that would result in it giving you the wrong connection if you trying to do proxied ssl to multiple different target hosts.
Couple of new builds out with some minor bugs fixes, first up, a new build of PocketHTTP that fixes an intermittent problem some people had seen when its reading gzip compressed responses. Second up, an update to SF3, this fixes a problem caused by a particular combination of contact details in address book on initial sync, it also addresses a problem with reading all day events from salesforce and them ending up with the wrong date in iCal. Next time you start SF3 it'll tell you about (and offer to install) the updated version, assuming you left the check for updates preference on. Right now I'm suffering from having way more idea's than time to work on them. Happy Holidays!