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by Dolda2000
2006-12-26 21:48
Forum: Protocol Alley
Topic: Extending ADC's C-C with MSG
Replies: 6
Views: 1112

Are these new "ECM" and "ERM" commands really necessary? I don't see any complications that could arise from just using the normal CTM or RCM commands. If ECM1 (is that flagged in SUP or INF, btw.?) is flagged, MSG is supported in C-C, otherwise not. I would guess that is really all information that...
by Dolda2000
2006-12-21 07:25
Forum: Protocol Alley
Topic: Replying to searches
Replies: 2
Views: 628

Remember that INF are increasing, so there might have been a I4 in a previous INF for that sid. I'm pretty sure no other INF is being sent, though. There isn't a whole lot of info flowing through a hub with two users, and if I missed it, I'd truly have to be blind (not that it'd be the first time, ...
by Dolda2000
2006-12-20 22:00
Forum: Protocol Alley
Topic: Replying to searches
Replies: 2
Views: 628

Replying to searches

I was just experimenting a bit with ADC, and for that purpose, I'm running adchpp and DC++ (in VMWare), and connected manually to adchpp. I tried submitting a search with DC++, and with the data I'm seeing in my manual connection, I'm a bit perplexed about how to reply to the search with UDP, becaus...
by Dolda2000
2006-12-20 21:30
Forum: Protocol Alley
Topic: PID and CID
Replies: 4
Views: 831

Thanks for your replies! It all makes sense. I would think they, too, ought to be part of the document, though.
by Dolda2000
2006-12-20 07:31
Forum: Protocol Alley
Topic: PID and CID
Replies: 4
Views: 831

PID and CID

I'm reading the ADC spec in order to implement it, and I'm just wondering: The spec doesn't appear to contain any rationale for including both a PID and a CID. I can merely guess that the purpose of the PID is for authentication -- is that correct, or is it used in other/more situations? Furthermore...
by Dolda2000
2006-11-14 22:58
Forum: adchpp general
Topic: adhcpp violating ADC?
Replies: 2
Views: 722

Actually, it seems I was wrong. After closer investigation, it seems that telnet sends CRLF newlines (as might indeed be expected), so adchpp rightly parsed the argument as "ADBASE\r", which, of course, isn't BASE. When I tried with netcat instead, it worked fine.

Sorry for making a fuss for nothing.
by Dolda2000
2006-11-13 23:32
Forum: adchpp general
Topic: adhcpp violating ADC?
Replies: 2
Views: 722

adhcpp violating ADC?

I'm no expert, but it seems to me that adhcpp is violating the ADC protocol, based on the following: I connect to a running instance of adchpp with telnet, and type "HSUP ADBASE<RET>", to which the hub responds with "ISTA 240 This\shub\srequires\sBASE\ssupport<RET>". I found that weird, and instead ...
by Dolda2000
2006-09-15 18:37
Forum: adchpp general
Topic: How to install a built adchpp
Replies: 5
Views: 1154

I see. I don't actually need scripting (I just want adchpp to implement ADC in my client), but if I were to change my mind, where does the program look for them? Anywhere in my LD_LIBRARY_PATH?

EDIT: I strace'd it and looked for myself, and it does indeed look in my LD_LIBRARY_PATH.
by Dolda2000
2006-09-14 11:28
Forum: adchpp general
Topic: Compile error in swig files on Linux
Replies: 11
Views: 2173

ok, many thanks.. cause it shall running on a production system i have to wait until a newer release of swig reaches debian stable or at least testing.. it's a pity.. currently 1.3.28 is the newest version there.. best regards, Mummy ;-) You know, you don't have to compile it on the same machine th...
by Dolda2000
2006-09-14 11:26
Forum: adchpp general
Topic: How to install a built adchpp
Replies: 5
Views: 1154

Does that mean that adchpp is the only file that needs to be installed apart from any configuration files?
by Dolda2000
2006-09-11 13:50
Forum: adchpp general
Topic: How to install a built adchpp
Replies: 5
Views: 1154

How to install a built adchpp

I managed to build adchpp properly, but now I can't really figure out how to install it properly. Adchpp is the first place I ever heard of scons, so I don't really know what the equivalent command of `make install' would be with scons (`scons install' did indeed not work, and neither scons -h nor t...
by Dolda2000
2006-09-08 05:07
Forum: adchpp general
Topic: Compile error in swig files on Linux
Replies: 11
Views: 2173

Indeed, upgrading from swig 1.3.25 to 1.3.29 actually made it work. I would never have thought that such a seemingly minor upgrade would have helped.

Thanks!
by Dolda2000
2006-09-02 17:08
Forum: adchpp general
Topic: Compile error in swig files on Linux
Replies: 11
Views: 2173

I still haven't been able to fix this on my own. Does noone have an idea?
by Dolda2000
2006-08-22 18:12
Forum: Protocol Alley
Topic: ADC Handshake
Replies: 8
Views: 2831

Because every good RFC protocol has the client speak first. Having the server speak first is kind of dumb. Not only that; having the server speak first kind of defies the whole role or client and server, in the sense that client seeks to create active connections, where servers service clients requ...
by Dolda2000
2006-08-16 08:56
Forum: Protocol Alley
Topic: ADC encryption and compression
Replies: 3
Views: 902

ADC encryption and compression

I find that the ADC spec is a bit unclear about the combination of encryption and compression (either that, or I'm a bit blind). Should incoming traffic be decrypted first, and then decompressed, or should it be decompressed first, and then decrypted?
by Dolda2000
2006-08-16 08:54
Forum: Protocol Alley
Topic: SUP vs. INF SU
Replies: 4
Views: 1127

Thanks, I think I kind of get it. SUP is for the communication between the hub and the client (like whether the client supports compression/encryption, or whether it matters if the client receives regex searches), while INF SU is for capabilities that others in the hub may care about (like whether i...
by Dolda2000
2006-08-13 11:01
Forum: Protocol Alley
Topic: SUP vs. INF SU
Replies: 4
Views: 1127

SUP vs. INF SU

I just read through the ADC spec. (v0.11), and I don't understand the difference between the data sent in the SUP command and the SU parameter to the INF command. Both seem to indicate FOURCCs of supported features, so what is the difference between the two?
by Dolda2000
2006-08-12 16:39
Forum: adchpp general
Topic: Compile error in swig files on Linux
Replies: 11
Views: 2173

Compile error in swig files on Linux

I tried to compile the latest trunk (r20) of adchpp on Linux (gcc 3.4.6, swig 1.3.25, SCons 0.96.1, glibc 2.3.6, kernel 2.6.16), and it fails with a number of errors in swig/adchpp.i: ... swig -c++ -Wall -python -o build/debug-default/bin/python_wrap.cxx swig/python.i swig/adchpp.i:28: Error: Syntax...
by Dolda2000
2003-11-13 11:27
Forum: Protocol Alley
Topic: New protocol draft
Replies: 8
Views: 2279

No, I hadn't. Thank you very much for that link!
by Dolda2000
2003-11-12 20:20
Forum: Protocol Alley
Topic: New protocol draft
Replies: 8
Views: 2279

New protocol draft

Is anyone up for a draft on a new protocol which isn't as braindead as the orginal DC protocol, and which can gradually take over the orginal protocol? I'm thinking something like the following features: Regexp searches and tagged searches Encryption i18n (Unicode nicks, chats and so on) A sensible ...