Luiz Pestana has informed us that he has just updated his FTP server program, WiFile Transfer. He admits that is just a small update to his program, but nonetheless still useful.
Luiz's program is actually based on ZX-81's PSPFTPD for fw1.5, except that with the WiFile Transfer, 3.0 OE users will now also be able to join in on the remote-file-transfer fun (sans the cables of course). So far there's only one known bug in WiFile Transfer: "Exiting without close FTP connections make homebrew freeze."
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