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by Guitarm
2006-11-24 07:09
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: fatal error RC1015: cannot open include file 'atlres.h'
Replies: 2
Views: 1226

This is not a Revconnect Support forum. But I'll try to help you anyway. Change a line in DCPlusPlus.rc to

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#include "atlres.h"
or

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#include <atlres.h>
depending on where your atlres.h lives.
by Guitarm
2006-10-20 07:04
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: SVN 682 problem...
Replies: 8
Views: 1287

Pothead wrote:STLPort has been removed from dc++ source.
Heh, silly me...I just read the top row of changelog :)
But, yes, I get the same error if I remove STLPort. So...don't remove it :D
by Guitarm
2006-10-20 06:31
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: SVN trunk checkout
Replies: 1
Views: 592

SVN trunk checkout

I've noticed that you need to add a 'dcplusplus' to the 'svn co' to get the trunk only. Like, instead of svn co https://svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/dcplusplus/trunk xxxxx it's more like svn co https://svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/dcplusplus/dcplusplus/trunk xxxxx Is this by purpose or? The Subversion...
by Guitarm
2006-10-20 06:10
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: SVN 682 problem...
Replies: 8
Views: 1287

Yes, even downloaded a fresh SVN and compiled a release from start. Something is weird at your place :)
Are you using stlport 5.0.2, wtl 7.5 without any modifications?
I can't use anything but 'false' ( = 0 ) in that piece of code btw...
by Guitarm
2006-10-20 04:38
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: SVN 682 problem...
Replies: 8
Views: 1287

Yeah, the function wants a const_iterator as return value and you pass it a bool.
I don't know why I don't get trapped in that code. I can compile fine. Have you changed some properties for compiling or?

It can only get in there if i is not found or equal to 1...
by Guitarm
2006-10-20 02:29
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: Visual Studio 2005 - "Updating intellisense" probl
Replies: 5
Views: 1054

Oh, this seems to be something though... http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=916769 FIX: The Visual Studio 2005 IDE stops responding when you work with a large Visual C++ .NET solution in Visual Studio 2005 Obviously DC++ is a "large Visual C++ solution" according to M$...Well, what can you say :roll:
by Guitarm
2006-10-19 22:49
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: Visual Studio 2005 - "Updating intellisense" probl
Replies: 5
Views: 1054

It's annoying 'cause I find intellisense good for a n00b like me :lol:
by Guitarm
2006-10-19 22:48
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: SVN 682 problem...
Replies: 8
Views: 1287

svn682 builds for you ? Mine fails on an error in ShareManager.cpp (line 229). :? Yes, it builds and works fine (except for the above, but that's not DC++'s fault). So it doesn't find the '/' in: string::size_type i = virtualFile.find('/', 1); if(i == string::npos || i == 1) { return false; } or do...
by Guitarm
2006-10-19 15:09
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: Visual Studio 2005 - "Updating intellisense" probl
Replies: 5
Views: 1054

Ok, I'll answer my own question then...There seems to be a undocumented way to disable C++ Intellisense:
Rename or delete the following file:
<VS root path>\VC\vcpackages\feacp.dll

Found ithere
by Guitarm
2006-10-19 14:37
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: Visual Studio 2005 - "Updating intellisense" probl
Replies: 5
Views: 1054

Visual Studio 2005 - "Updating intellisense" probl

Phew...When VS2005 is "Updating intellisense" it's using 100% CPU here. I've tried googling but haven't found any good solution for it. Anyone?
by Guitarm
2006-10-19 13:31
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: SVN 682 problem...
Replies: 8
Views: 1287

SVN 682 problem...

Hi, I get this dump when trying SVN 682. I have tried to localize the problem and the crash is (obviously) accuring in sharemanager.h, line 143, but I'm not sure I understand it completely. Is it a recursive call?, and how does it use the code in sharemanager.cpp, line 97. Does it use it at all?. He...
by Guitarm
2006-10-18 11:51
Forum: Support
Topic: Update on hublist.org
Replies: 7
Views: 32575

Thank you for the information. :)
by Guitarm
2006-10-10 17:17
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: problem on visual c++ express
Replies: 6
Views: 1105

by Guitarm
2006-10-10 16:38
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: Dld filelists - problems with new -> old DC++ clients
Replies: 7
Views: 1261

Bah, 40K lines (incl. comments) of C++ code is not big :wink:
by Guitarm
2006-10-10 15:48
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: Dld filelists - problems with new -> old DC++ clients
Replies: 7
Views: 1261

Re: Dld filelists - problems with new -> old DC++ client

midiox wrote:I am a programming student with 5 years C++ experience
midiox wrote:Could you show me what exactly should I do?
Ehm...with that much experience you should be able to find it with ease. There's also threads in here that describe this very well. Use the force Luke...
by Guitarm
2006-10-09 04:49
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: problem on visual c++ express
Replies: 6
Views: 1105

Read this link and you'll see what I mean.
by Guitarm
2006-10-09 04:06
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: problem on visual c++ express
Replies: 6
Views: 1105

You can't compile DC++ with express versions. They don't include ATL which is necessary.
by Guitarm
2006-09-28 12:01
Forum: Developer's resort
Topic: Doesn't fully support TTH - Old Version
Replies: 7
Views: 1014

Pothead wrote:Guitarm, kind of . . . 0.674 security fix.
Ah, ok, thanks for the info
by Guitarm
2006-09-28 08:08
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: Deleting files to Recycle bin
Replies: 12
Views: 1818

it must be "Delete" in english, which would differentiate this command from the "Remove" which is in the "standard" menu. Yes you're right, I should've used "Delete" instead, my mistake :roll: If I'll get the time I'll try that new patch aswell and I hope that the copyright/wrong issue can be solve...
by Guitarm
2006-09-28 08:00
Forum: Developer's resort
Topic: Doesn't fully support TTH - Old Version
Replies: 7
Views: 1014

Todi wrote:The feature already exists. It's been used before. How could using it again make anything any worse legally?
Yes, I must ask the same question. Has something revealed itself that made it obsolete?
by Guitarm
2006-09-27 20:37
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: Deleting files to Recycle bin
Replies: 12
Views: 1818

Ah, ok. I mean the ( I have a swedish XP here - My girlfriends comp ) second alternative from the bottom, in swedish it's "ta bort" but I don't even know where you're from and what language you use *lol*. But second from the bottom (second from properties). You get a dialog "Confirm deletion of file...
by Guitarm
2006-09-27 19:48
Forum: Developer's resort
Topic: Doesn't fully support TTH - Old Version
Replies: 7
Views: 1014

I know the feeling :wink: But I find this something of a administrative problem. As long as users don't see/understand/accept the benefits of TTH they won't upgrade. And I must admit (I'll probably be flamed/banned/kicked/andAnyOtherThingThatFeelsRough, for saying this) that old versions aren't nece...
by Guitarm
2006-09-27 19:01
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: Deleting files to Recycle bin
Replies: 12
Views: 1818

Nice :) I've just patched, compiled and started up. I'll come back with a review... Whoops...try to remove a file ("new" remove) -> it does remove the file but not the list item -> Code: c0000005 Version: 0.696 Major: 5 Minor: 1 Build: 2600 SP: 2 Type: 1 Time: 2006-09-28 02:03:26 TTH: AF6TRFOHY7S3NA...
by Guitarm
2006-09-27 17:48
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: Deleting files to Recycle bin
Replies: 12
Views: 1818

Strange, I didn't get your answer to my mail. Oh, well. No, no confirmation, but that can be easily arranged :) I mailed with arne and If I understood him correctly he thinks ShellMenu is the best alternative, but with an option to turn it off and use "standard" menu. I look forward to see, and try,...
by Guitarm
2006-09-27 16:03
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: compiling dc++
Replies: 9
Views: 1561

You can use STLPort 5.0.x if you want to too. You just need to commen/uncomment #defines in stl_user_config.h. Do a diff between this file in these two versions and you will see what I mean.
by Guitarm
2006-09-26 22:03
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: Deleting files to Recycle bin
Replies: 12
Views: 1818

Heh, I've made a (ugly hack) patch now that actually works. It "deletes" the files/dirs to Recycle bin from Finished Downloads Frame.
Maybe the next step is a complete Shell ContextMenu...
what do you say poy? :)
by Guitarm
2006-09-26 13:31
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: Deleting files to Recycle bin
Replies: 12
Views: 1818

Yeah, that's a nice idea :)
But for me personally it would be enough to have remove removing the file to Recycle bin. But sure, if you code a nice solution I will probably like it anyway :wink:
by Guitarm
2006-09-26 10:33
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: compiling dc++
Replies: 9
Views: 1561

Nomad_Soul, you need to have the correct files at the correct place. Try downloading and unzipping DCPlusPlus-STLPort-4.6.2 from Sourceforge DC++ site. Then put this path in Options->Projects->VC++ Directories->Include files.
by Guitarm
2006-09-26 08:35
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: Deleting files to Recycle bin
Replies: 12
Views: 1818

Deleting files to Recycle bin

Hello,

I've been looking at bug 1048 in the Bugzilla and was wondering a bit on howto attack it.
Is SHFileOperation the way to go or is there another and better way to do it?

Regards
by Guitarm
2006-09-12 08:39
Forum: Proposals
Topic: chatbox clear checkbox
Replies: 14
Views: 2313

TheParanoidOne wrote:1 action vs 6 actions. I know which is more efficient. ;)
Typing is an underestimated skill :wink:
by Guitarm
2006-09-12 05:36
Forum: Proposals
Topic: chatbox clear checkbox
Replies: 14
Views: 2313

I'd have to agree with ullner. You want a button instead of typing six letters?, you lazy bastards :)
by Guitarm
2006-09-12 05:34
Forum: Proposals
Topic: re-open unclosed PMs at startup
Replies: 4
Views: 791

Re: re-open unclosed PMs at startup

HappyTheMan wrote:Sometimes when your computer crash
I'd say this is the actual/real problem...
by Guitarm
2006-09-12 05:26
Forum: Proposals
Topic: People taking multiple slots
Replies: 46
Views: 11908

Lordadmira,

You seem to be a man with a eager mind and alot of energy. Why not spend that energy on making the patches you want (and suggest them) instead of writing whole essays on why the application isn't up to your standards?
by Guitarm
2006-09-06 23:36
Forum: Off Topic
Topic: Looking for a gig?
Replies: 5
Views: 1092

Looking for a gig?

"Wanted: Bright graduate student to assist world-famous scientist. International travel, developing computer systems and dealing with the press required." Renowned astrophysicist and best-selling author Stephen Hawking has announced he is looking for a graduate student to work for him for one to two...
by Guitarm
2006-09-05 00:17
Forum: Other Direct Connect tools
Topic: Mac DC++ and Tags
Replies: 14
Views: 3627

It's pretty sad that acceptance from Hubowners/Op's is a must in itself.
by Guitarm
2006-09-04 22:20
Forum: Off Topic
Topic: DOS aint dead...
Replies: 6
Views: 1179

DOS aint dead...

I kinda like stubborn people DOS is dead, long live DOS Cute story :)
by Guitarm
2006-09-04 13:56
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: STLPort upgrade
Replies: 2
Views: 753

I use the STLPort 5.0.2 here and it works fine. The only drawback seems to be that the exe, pdb and map files get bigger... :)
by Guitarm
2006-09-04 08:06
Forum: Other Direct Connect tools
Topic: "Full tree does not match TTH root"
Replies: 15
Views: 3224

Todi wrote:DC++ doesn't support "iconsets", so no, you're not using DC++.
Thanks, filtering away the mods is a good thing :wink:
by Guitarm
2006-09-04 01:49
Forum: Other Direct Connect tools
Topic: "Full tree does not match TTH root"
Replies: 15
Views: 3224

poy wrote:according to the icons in your screenshot, it seems to me you're not using DC++. do you still have this problem with DC++?
Eh, quite right, read this and come back if you have the same problem with vanilla DC++
by Guitarm
2006-09-04 00:07
Forum: Other Direct Connect tools
Topic: "Full tree does not match TTH root"
Replies: 15
Views: 3224

I have tried that, but it doesn't work. I get that error with like 80% of the files I download and thats just new stuff that i haven't had before. Something (hardware, software) might corrupt your downloads. Do some forensic testing of your hardware and see to it that you have drivers and OS up to ...
by Guitarm
2006-09-03 15:19
Forum: Other Direct Connect tools
Topic: "Full tree does not match TTH root"
Replies: 15
Views: 3224

if(!(*d->getTTH() == d->getTigerTree().getRoot())) { // This tree is for a different file, remove from queue... removeDownload(d); fire(DownloadManagerListener::Failed(), d, STRING(INVALID_TREE)); Look at the comment in code above. Essentially it means that the file your trying to download does not...
by Guitarm
2006-09-01 04:32
Forum: Open Discussion
Topic: Call for PHP developers
Replies: 30
Views: 9138

Ah, wunderbaum!, That would be nice to have *dreaming* :D

Could you get some more info on it? (What version of phpBB it works on, what mod it is, and so forth)
by Guitarm
2006-09-01 00:39
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: Difference in size with different branches
Replies: 2
Views: 674

Difference in size with different branches

Hello, I have a question regarding size of different source (and binary) downloads of DC++. If I download the binary version of 0.694, the sizes are as follows: DCPlusPlus.exe = 1 536 000 byte DCPlusPlus.pdb = 11 481 088 byte If I download the source version of 0.694 (and compile it), the sizes are:...
by Guitarm
2006-08-31 20:59
Forum: Open Discussion
Topic: Call for PHP developers
Replies: 30
Views: 9138

GargoyleMT wrote:Ugh, look at the date on it (2003).
Yeah, I noticed that too, too bad
GargoyleMT wrote:I'm not sure if it works against the current version. And I don't think I want to read through 46 pages to see if it does...
I can understand that quite well :wink:
by Guitarm
2006-08-31 19:55
Forum: Open Discussion
Topic: Call for PHP developers
Replies: 30
Views: 9138

Is this considered too much of a "hack" or would it be possible to use? http://www.phpbb.com/phpBB/viewtopic.ph ... hlight=rss
by Guitarm
2006-08-29 02:32
Forum: Other Direct Connect tools
Topic: Is there a SuSELinux 10.0 x86_64 version?
Replies: 12
Views: 1646

Yw, What could I do about it? It is your forum, I am just someone visiting it to get questions answered... Sometimes, this helps other people... I got the link about DC++ from a guy, I met on slsk... He told me direct connection was quicker......so, thats how I ended up here.. :wink: Yes, no proble...
by Guitarm
2006-08-29 02:06
Forum: Other Direct Connect tools
Topic: Is there a SuSELinux 10.0 x86_64 version?
Replies: 12
Views: 1646

Nice to have your approval :D
by Guitarm
2006-08-29 01:21
Forum: Other Direct Connect tools
Topic: Is there a SuSELinux 10.0 x86_64 version?
Replies: 12
Views: 1646

This is taking off in all directions...I'm moving it to offtopic.
by Guitarm
2006-08-27 20:56
Forum: Open Discussion
Topic: Call for PHP developers
Replies: 30
Views: 9138

Would it be possible to have a forum RSS feed too? (Too see when new messages arrive)