Gtk SMB Client
Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton
lkcl at switchboard.net
Wed Mar 24 03:11:03 GMT 1999
there is also smb2www, a set of perl scripts, which present network
neighbourhood right through to files via web browsers.
On Wed, 24 Mar 1999, phil wrote:
> I made a samba-tcl extension a while ago based on samba, with it you can do
> NMB lookups and most all of SMB (excluding printer stuff). It should make it
> a lot easier to do the SMB stuff in your program, so if you're interested -
> http://zork.net/~phil/projects.html has a link to the source.
> BTW -- you don't need to use Tk with Tcl, and it has an easy to use C
> library allow programming in C and Tcl.
> > I've started writing a GTK SMB client for X that will eventually
> > work like the Network Neighborhood portion of Window's Explorer. Before I
> > get too far into it I thought I should ask you if you knew of any similar
> > projects?
> > Also, I'm currently building it in Samba's source tree because you
> > have already written all the networking code. Thanks! But I need to know
> > if I should work to make my program independant of Samba or if you would
> > be interested in including my program with Samba once it's ready to be
> > released? Another option is to have Samba (optionally?) build a library
> > and install it with appropriate headers. This should not be too difficult
> > to do and may be the best solution. Building a library is as simple as
> > adding another target to Makefile.in.
> > Either way, if you'd like to see a screenshot of what I've
> > currently got done, there is one at
> > http://www.csupomona.edu/~pelaufer/samba/screenshot.jpg
> > Hope I'm not too off-topic! And thanks again!
> > Paul Laufer
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