I love feedback … including bugs (thanks Cam). The S3DropBox will now only permit the creation of a bucket when Amazon S3 returns a HTTP 404 status code in response to a HTTP HEAD request for the bucket prior to creation. The new version can now be downloaded from http://code.google.com/p/s3dropbox/.
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This release now permits the S3DropBox to be used in corporate environments (ie. behind authenticated proxies), including being able to handle NTLM authentication with proxies. HTTPS support has been enabled, although HTTP is still used by default. Check out the new release here.
In June of 2008 I released the initial version of the S3DropBox as a download available from this blog (see S3DropBox). Since then I’ve been adding little enhancements to the drop box as updates to the linked zip files. This of course is not the right way to share an application or its code-base, so I’ve created a google code project at http://code.google.com/p/s3dropbox/. Feedback, patches and wish-list items are always welcome.