Ämne:RE: [dcdev] XML Filelists
Från:"Jacek Sieka" <[email protected]>
Till:"'Direct Connect developers'" <[email protected]>
it should already does to index files for search.Yes, but it doesn't read the file's content to classify their type...at
> Google? It's the most common encoding for hashes for instance...Well, then you tell me the reason why it's in wide use and not something
I apologize... but base32 sucks. I am reading a description explaining why it exists. The main reason of this is because I can be confused with 1, L with 1, O with 0 and U for "accidental obscenity" (seen in the documentation). We speak about a program, a program does not confuse I and 1.
I partially agree. Most of the time, a client does not use more than 1 context but context is a lot easier to handle in a hub because it is basically a C structure (or a class for C++ dev.) If all conditions are required in a class, it can evolve to its next "state". The best example is IMHO the initial authentification. (I describe using current DC command) We need the $MyINFO and the $MyNick, the order has no meaning. If both conditions are met, it evolves either to the "password" state or to the "connected" state. In a group of commands, there is no need to have an order.Well, you're saying it yourself...change all occurances of "state" to