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Español / PT-BR Primeiro post em português!!!
« on: October 01, 2007, 03:23:22 AM »
  ;D  ;D  ;D  ::)  ;)  :)  :P

gostaria de iniciar aqui toda a parte de ajuda(suporte) e dicas aos amigos usuarios do hfs que compartilham como idioma o português.
espero que essa abertura seja algo que encoraje outras pessoas a postar aqui suas experincias e dúvidas  com relaçao ao hfs...

just readed it, and i find very interesting...

HFS ~ HTTP File Server / just a idea
« on: August 13, 2007, 06:01:51 AM »
let me try to explain what i thinked some days ago, i was using some card-printer, that has a bug, and from time to time i must execute some commands, but i dont need to bo there, or even logon remotly to make it, i create a batch that is executed from times to time

so i thinked this
hfs has a login system, right?
hfs allow upload for certain folders and for the right users(if configured to do it, of course) right?

so if in my vfs i put a upload folder, password protected
i upload a file with some commands on it like admin-cmd.bat
and at my hfs machine there is a app that is monitoring that particular folder, looking for a particular filename, in a timed check(at every minute, or every second...) defined by me(the user)
and the command file(the batch) is executed, and then after finished the execution, it will be deleted, and the app will keep the monitoring drill, until got another upload to execute again

would that be cool?
since we can upload templates
and we can upload ini files
we gain some new cool ways to interact with the hfs
imagine i upload a hfs.ini file with some "templatename.tpl" defined on it
i upload the second file the template, with the name as it is inside the hfs.ini
and then i upload a batch to call the ini, with the template info on it, and BUM i changed my template remotly....
got it?
there must be some other cool uses to it, but be aware, that if you use this app to monitore and look for a file called some-stupidname.bat and inside it there is a command to kill your pc, it is your fall
since you can protect the folder, with password
and only you will know the name of the file that the monitor is expecting

i will try to improve the app, but now i wanna know, if someone here like the idea, im using it, and i will improove it and his usage....

status = working
todo = many things... any suggestions?

F.A.Q.s / Run HFS as a Windows Service
« on: July 21, 2007, 04:38:01 PM »
Well, after many posts asking the same question... i sense that this topic could be put into a sticky. ;D

??? if you're looking for a way to make your HFS run at startup, but not as it usually does when the user logs in... you want your HFS to run even before you or anybody else logs into the computer, or even after a shutdown/reboot, you are in the right post.....  ;D

If you use the search button of this forum (, you will find at least 3 pages with these words in their posts, here is a current list of threads on this topic:

Topic: Run HFS as a SERVICE - info here!  (Read 4050 times)
Topic: NewSoftware HFS2Service  (Read 1620 times)
Topic: How can I set HFS up as a service?  (Read 19 times)
Topic: hfs2service????  (Read 372 times)
Topic: Autostart HFS after reboot?  (Read 468 times)
Topic: HFS as Windows Service  (Read 497 times)
Topic: Service?!!  (Read 2808 times)

and these files are mentioned in all of the least the files i got here... i have attached the sources of this application i made to create and manipulate the windows process that it creates for HFS... I have attached 2 versions of it, one that makes the service, and manipulate it only, and the other which keeps monitoring the service in the system tray of windows, i must explain that these tools are experimental, and all are virus free, they are one of the my very first programing things in C#, and i'm not updating it, as it works fine to me and others..... i have also got the any2service here, but i did not attach it, i can send it to someone that can host it somewhere for me..... the size is - 2.188kb

i guess there is many other ways to do it... but from now on lets use this sticky post to discuss this topic.

Programmers corner / unable to compile hfs
« on: July 15, 2007, 12:36:12 PM »
im using the turbo delphi and i cant compile hfs yet
it give me a error about:

[Pascal Error] hfs.dpr(65): E2003 Undeclared identifier: 'initErrorHandler'
[Pascal Error] hfs.dpr(75): E2003 Undeclared identifier: 'closeErrorHandler'

and between these lines is this code

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{$IFDEF EX_DEBUG}initErrorHandler('HFS '+main.VERSION);{$ENDIF}
Application.CreateForm(TmainFrm, mainFrm);
  Application.CreateForm(TnewuserpassFrm, newuserpassFrm);
  Application.CreateForm(ToptionsFrm, optionsFrm);
  Application.CreateForm(TshellExtFrm, shellExtFrm);
  Application.CreateForm(TdiffFrm, diffFrm);
  Application.CreateForm(TipsEverFrm, ipsEverFrm);
{$IFDEF EX_DEBUG}closeErrorHandler();{$ENDIF}

somebody help...

using the sources HFS 2.2.106 + Borland® Delphi® for Microsoft® Windows™ Version 10.0.2288.42451 Update 2

HFS ~ HTTP File Server / HFS+Ubuntu7.04+wine=Happy user :-)
« on: May 12, 2007, 04:04:14 PM »
this is my secont try to make this test run fine, and guess what??? it is working
access from external(internet) and internal(LAN)
add folder from REAL and Virtual
load vfs
save vfs
save option to registry
reload settings from registri
shortcut on the linux desktop
even the trayicon is working

here is my screenshots.....
a friend is finding some desktop video recorders to put on the youtube and here, i guess this is the first real work of hfs inside a linux box.....
i guess...
but it does not matter, it is a new level to us...
i guess that some users will be more than happy to do this test

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it would solve one issue with many flash files and other things like rss feeds if we could get this
read and see if i am making myself understood....
sorry again my poor english

ledufe, thanks for that fantastic addon!
i did not make it, i just figure out how to use it with the hfs
also i got another cool test that may fit in your needs

I have one more question. Is there a way to make it to relay an internet radio stream? I mean this: I upload an .m3u file somewhere on the server and that .m3u is the one of the chosen radiostation. And is there a way to make it play?
it is not a m3u, but it is a cool combination of hfs+xml+flash
and now it plays not only mp3 or flv videos, but MP3/FLV/JPG/SWF/PNG/GIF
here the official website of the player
and here is my test as much explayned as i can

i make it as this, on my root folder of my hfs i create a file called "filelist.tpl" and inside this file:
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<playlist version="1" xmlns="">

<creator>HttpFileServer %version%</creator>

and again on the root folder of my hfs i put the file mediaplayer.swf

and also i inserted this code on the hfs template to call the swf and passing the argumment to load the playlist in xml
i putted it on the first section, but it could be inserted in a pop-up window to make it more attractive and minus invasive...

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<embed src="/mediaplayer.swf" width="320" height="240" bgcolor="#FFFFFF"
type="application/x-shockwave-flash" pluginspage=""
flashvars="file=%encoded-folder%~files.lst.xml&showdigits=true&autostart=false" />

and the playlist that is loaded is a xml file that is auto generated by the hfs if the file list.tpl is as as the one above...

but i must say this is only one of the many ways to use the hfs and some flash player using the filelist.tpl
and this technic only will work for especific folder with that type of files, at least until the

but if there is another file type on the folder it hangs, but is a new way to get a media player without javascript...

the filelist.tpl would be like this, to only be applyed to the right kind of files:
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<playlist version="1" xmlns="">

<creator>HttpFileServer %version%</creator>

<creator>HttpFileServer %version%</creator>

<creator>HttpFileServer %version%</creator>

<creator>HttpFileServer %version%</creator>

<creator>HttpFileServer %version%</creator>

<creator>HttpFileServer %version%</creator>

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HTML & templates / Workonly on IE: Windows Live Messenger Protocol Handler
« on: December 15, 2006, 01:16:47 AM »
What is a Windows Live Messenger Protocol Handler?
What is a Protocol Handler.
Windows Live Messenger includes the ability to use protocol handler's that interact with the Windows Live Messenger Client. In the world of Internet Explorer and other browsers, it is the definition of a set of text followed by a colon which launches a defined program that takes in a parameter which is consumed by the called program.
The table below describes the available Protocol Handlers that interact with the Windows Live Messenger Client.
Command               Messenger Action                                                Example
"Add":                  Adds a contact to the buddy list.                      msnim:add?
"Chat":                 Start a conversation with a contact.                  msnim:chat?
"Voice":                Start a voice conversation with a contact.          msnim:voice?
“Video”                 Start a video conversation with a contact.         msnim:video?
The classic example of a protocol handler is the "mailto:" protocol handler.  This text when in a HTML page creates a link that when clicked launches the default mail client on the machine.  Any text after the protocol handler's colon is passed into the receiving mail client. For example, the following protocol handler starts up a mail client with a blank message to the user

HTML & templates / maybe this javascript could be of some use
« on: December 05, 2006, 05:36:54 AM »
well i found some information about javascript acessing files on the server(A.K.A. external file), and guess what??? i found that is possible....

here is the code to use and change and test ....

i think that this may be of some use for those who wants a shoutbox, a guest book or even some news being displayed on the hfs.

tested and only works on the internet explorer, at least until somebody help me here...

or it may be useless to all, but for sure it will be useless when hfs support any server side code.... like asp, php, cfm, ruby, cgi....

and about the code...

here i got 2 files

the content of the files is this

the html
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ledufe- test of acessing a external-TXT file with javascript - Only On IE 5.5 or upper versions

<object id="ticker" classid="CLSID:333C7BC4-460F-11D0-BC04-0080C7055A83">
        <param name="DataURL" value="news.txt">
        <param name="UseHeader" value="TRUE">
        <param name="FieldDelim" value="#">

<script type="text/javascript">
function tdcticker(){
if (tickerSet.EOF) //if end of data's file
function init(){

<h3>HFS-News Ticker</h3>
<a href="" datasrc="#ticker" datafld="messageURL" target="_blank"
style="width:230px; border:1px solid black; background-color:#d0d0d0;padding:5px">
<span id="tickerDiv" datasrc="#ticker" datafld="message"></span>
<script type="text/javascript">
if (document.all)


and here the .txt file:

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HTTP File Server#
HFS Wiki#
IE-Ipanema HFS#

it may be of some use...

and here the live preview , as i said before, only works on the internet explorer
but if somebody got any free time, try to use his code with the upload function, you may be surprised with the results... or expect some news here in this post, soon as i got some time again....
sorry for this people, but i am a kind of busy these days, the end of the year is making my company to work much more than in the other seasons.....

sorry about the url error... ::)

HTML & templates / im just curious...
« on: December 01, 2006, 01:53:07 AM »
it is something fun, but i only noted now that the "Command/symbol" used to chage to the up ou the parent folder have changed :
on the section [up] it was :
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<a href="%parent-folder%">and now is:
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<a class=big href="..">
did someone else noted it too?

HTML & templates / another good test - Login form+registration
« on: November 19, 2006, 03:02:37 PM »
if someone know how to make this work on internet explorer, please help me here, until somebody find a way, here it goes
in this template, we got a login form to logon on the hfs, and it works on the opera, netscape, and firefox but not on the internet explorer, and i also put the code to pop-up the registration form, so it is working, use it, try it, test it, and if you can, improve it:

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HTML & templates / cool web-copy of layout to a template II
« on: November 19, 2006, 02:38:17 AM »
Well this is some funny idea....just for fun, but wanna know something?it is cool to learn new stuffs in html, java, flash, and all the other things that we use to make the hfs become a even more cool software, with new use and new look, we are part of something, and this template is just another good idea to copy:

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HTML & templates / cool web-copy of layout to a template
« on: November 17, 2006, 03:31:47 AM »
hi guys, i work at ie-intercambios, and we have a web site, so i tryed to copy the website layout to my hfs runing on a server that i access some times, and it is getting cool...

here is the sample of the company website

and here the hfs with the company website layout and button on the modded hfs template

look close the images and see that i edite the buttons and used the default template and apply the css of the original site

RAWR-Designs / Thunderchicken of Glory - Before Logged Builds -
« on: November 15, 2006, 05:40:12 PM »
i am trying some new stuff on the hfs, and i want to share and try some ideas, also i found some development way to easy the process of doing a template...

HTML & templates / i guess that we are missing some ideas....
« on: November 14, 2006, 03:18:44 AM »
i wish to push the hfs to it extremes, but i always get stuck in some limitation, (my limitation, hfs limitation...who knows..)
but i guess that we need new ideas about layout, or some improvements...

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