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DescriptioniPhone apps are restricted by the sandbox model from accessing other apps files on the iPhone filesystem.

Using i42 [I-Four-Two, bad french pun on fourre-tout], the iPhone apps could grab the files from the user's machine running the i42 desktop client.

LicenseLGPL, so commercials app can use it without fear.

Nano-FAQWhat's the point?Well, say my app could do with using an mp3 stored on the user's iTunes library, or a mail attachment ; the only way to get those is through the network as the filesystem is off-limits.

Why not merge with SyncDocs?Good point. One size fits all GUI won't actually fit most users (who may also be apps consumers) FileSystem-level sharing using webdav allows iphone apps to write data without having to manually sync. Security: per-device ACL. No third-party framework install needed.

Who can contribute?Anyone. App store veterans, hobbyist devs (like me), or open-source zealots. Beware: this is LGPL, as we want commercial apps to be able to use it if they wish.

What's with the namei42, I four-two, 'fourre-tout' in french means rag-bag where you throw different things together without any organisation.

No, really, what's with the name?exception thrown: ERR_CODER_IS_FRENCH

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