Yes, this page is ugly. I'm heavily hacking code here, not building a
corporate web "presence"!
Feel free to send me criticism, adoration, patches and comments. My email address is at the bottom of this page. The code is licensed under the GNU GPL.
This is a collection of C code for accessing the NearlyFreeSpeech.NET API in a fairly object-oriented way. There is Doxygen documentation available. I've also written something similar for Ruby.
1 and 2 are both available on the NFSN shell/CGI server,
so you can just play with it there. If you're using a Linux
distribution, or *BSD, it is extremely likely that you have a simple
way of installing it through your package management system.
3 requires you to send a SSR (Secure Support Request).
The authentication timestamp is out of range, you should set up NTP on your computer because the clocks of the NFSN API server and your other computer need to be synchronised to within 5 seconds.
David Symonds <firstname.lastname@example.org> $Id: index.shtml 124 2007-01-15 03:05:31Z ds $