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Great stuff there.
I like your initiative, but any plans to phase out old or obsoleted features?
I've been working on TTH and a new queueing mechanisms for some time now...
But with these changes and future changes, the backwards compatibility
problem will keep growing (one of the reasons I made the first DCTNG
Therefore I suggest we declare certain old and/or obsoleted features as
depreciated, to keep code complexity down and in the future we can clean out
"dead" code. Let's set a date for when certain features are phased out.
I'm first of all thinking about the MyList.DcList file, which isn't necessary
any more, and with the new XML extensions, the MyList.bz2 shouldn't be needed
either in a few months.
And while I'm at it, why not scrap the old $get commands and consistently use
UTF-8 for filenames. All (?) clients use the filename they got from the $SR
without decoding/encoding it so by using UTF-8 (or any other encoding)
doesn't matter to the remote system (except that some characters may look
like crap :)
. I've used UTF-8 encoded filenames nearly two years already...
DC++ does have the largest market share, so you decide how to play this
Dj Offset / QuickDC
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