Interarchy 10.0.1 is a bug fix release. It addresses the following issues:
Improved importing of bookmarks from previous versions.
Fixed a startup crash on busy networks with lots of Bonjour services.
Fixed a bug that could prevent changes from being uploaded when editing a file with an external editor.
Removed the "Install Contextual Menu Plug-in" button from the Preferences Window. Contextual Menu Plug-ins are deprecated in Mac OS X 10.6. Use the Services menu instead.
If you have experienced a problem with Interarchy 10 please report it. We will endeavour to fix it as quickly as possible.
Introducing Interarchy 10
I am very proud to announce the release of Interarchy 10, the leading file transfer application for the Mac.
My favourite new feature is Interarchy's plug-in architecture. You can write your own commands and have them executed directly on the server. Download plug-ins written by others or develop your own. The possibilities are endless.
Interarchy 10's new plug-in architecture is built on top of a new file transfer protocol called iFTP (Interarchy File Transfer Protocol). This is an evolution of the SSH protocol included in Interarchy 9.
iFTP offers a number of advantages of incumbent protocols such as SFTP and FTP. Namely speed and flexibility. I recommend you try it. iFTP doesn't require you to install any special software on your servers, just SSH.
Other useful new features include support for Google Storage and Rackspace Cloud Files, Cover Flow and Quick Look for previewing remote files, speed improvements, easy-to-use Net Disks, and a refined user interface. Further details can be found on the Interarchy website.