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by GargoyleMT
2007-01-08 18:44
Forum: Protocol Alley
Topic: The 0.68+ SSL howto
Replies: 6
Views: 5415

Re: The 0.68+ SSL howto

rafal.prasal wrote:Is there any possibility to use ssl with nmdc protocol?
example link as dchubs://
DC++ doesn't have any code for secure NMDC (or even ADC) hub connections. I think one or more of the Linux clients may have support, however.
by GargoyleMT
2007-01-08 18:40
Forum: Protocol Alley
Topic: lock to key
Replies: 1
Views: 582

Re: lock to key

Did I do something wrong? We don't go through that source code to make sure it works. There's always a chance it's wrong. Before you decide that, check the code in the debugger and packet sniffer. If the output is the expected one, try writing your own implementation based on how it is done in one ...
by GargoyleMT
2007-01-08 18:24
Forum: Hubs and scripts
Topic: LUA script
Replies: 1
Views: 1127

Where did you want to write the script? DC++ doesn't have any lua scripting capabilities. If you want to run it on a hub, mention what hub you're looking to run it on.
by GargoyleMT
2006-12-16 09:35
Forum: Hubs and scripts
Topic: "Your IP is already connected to this hub 5 times"
Replies: 2
Views: 804

Is his IP connected 5 times? (TCPView from System Internals will help, since it lists all open connections.)
by GargoyleMT
2006-12-11 21:42
Forum: adchpp general
Topic: Problem connecting to adch
Replies: 22
Views: 3753

imb wrote:Generally hub owners and users don't care about hublist and dcdev politics, aslong as they have a hublist that works.
adchublist.org failed to register your ADC hub. Isn't that a problem?
by GargoyleMT
2006-12-11 19:21
Forum: adchpp general
Topic: Problem connecting to adch
Replies: 22
Views: 3753

As a side note, isn't adchublist.org one of the websites that is vying to become popular? It borrows style from hublist.org, but it is not the same. Shouldn't they get at least a share of your vitriol, for making something that caused you more than a minute's worth of work?
by GargoyleMT
2006-12-11 19:11
Forum: Protocol Alley
Topic: ADC support for "tracker"
Replies: 8
Views: 1273

While I respect your opinion, I do not believe it is shared by the DC community as a whole. I consider what I download to be a private matter between me and the person who I'm downloading from. I think even anonymous or aggregate statistics are too sensitive for hubs to have. In certain communities...
by GargoyleMT
2006-12-11 19:04
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: adding threaded check
Replies: 6
Views: 1367

Do you put the online users into the data structure at any point?
by GargoyleMT
2006-12-11 19:02
Forum: Hubs and scripts
Topic: Looking for a Stealth Hub!
Replies: 2
Views: 1078

This isn't feasible from a protocol point of view. It is possible to accomplish something similar - denying access to the hub's port except for the IPs (or IP ranges, if they're dynamic) that your users are on. A firewall should be able to accomplish that for you. You'll have to manually administer ...
by GargoyleMT
2006-12-06 19:40
Forum: Protocol Alley
Topic: ADC support for "tracker"
Replies: 8
Views: 1273

Re: ADC support for "tracker"

fluke wrote:Provided the clients on a hub honors the "tracker" feature, the hub administrator should be able to easy answer the following questions about his community:
Hubs are meeting places. They're not entitled to the information you're asking they be given.
by GargoyleMT
2006-12-06 19:15
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: adding threaded check
Replies: 6
Views: 1367

adrian_007 wrote:i hope you will understand this mess :)
No, sorry!
by GargoyleMT
2006-12-06 19:08
Forum: Hubs and scripts
Topic: dc++ hub on linux server
Replies: 1
Views: 1010

ADC hubs will eventually support SSL mode, but I don't think you can have a SSL hub-client connection without modifying the source code of both client and hub.
by GargoyleMT
2006-12-06 18:59
Forum: Other Direct Connect tools
Topic: Daylight Savings Time FAT32 Fix
Replies: 2
Views: 630

Re: Daylight Savings Time FAT32 Fix

lordadmira wrote:This is a repost of the original post that seems to have vanished.
Judging from the date and the forum on the cached entry, it was affected by the 2 week life on posts in Support. No other forums have purging enabled, so it's safe here.
by GargoyleMT
2006-12-06 18:55
Forum: Other Direct Connect tools
Topic: New Site For DC++ Help and more
Replies: 4
Views: 1053

Better than last try, but no, I'm not letting you advertise here.
by GargoyleMT
2006-11-19 15:17
Forum: Proposals
Topic: Hublist
Replies: 4
Views: 3771

Re: Hublist

HeLLeV wrote:why not make a forum/netsite addition for hublists for users to copy/paste in the client (if it is too much work adding them to client it self by default)
I think we have one. Doesn't this count?

http://dcpp.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=15441
by GargoyleMT
2006-11-19 15:12
Forum: Proposals
Topic: dc++ plugin support
Replies: 5
Views: 1586

tierrax wrote:Why not use GiFT plugins to access other networks ?
I haven't seen any interest in DC++ becoming a multi-protocol p2p client. There are others in the niche already (Shareaza, MLDonkey); my personal experience with them hasn't been great.
by GargoyleMT
2006-11-19 15:08
Forum: adchpp general
Topic: Problem connecting to adch
Replies: 22
Views: 3753

Good patch for your problem. There will be others behind a NAT running adchpp on a different machine, so eventually the hub needs to be take that into account.
by GargoyleMT
2006-11-19 15:04
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: adding threaded check
Replies: 6
Views: 1367

Is it intentional that you're using a mix of "ou" and "client"? That seems like bad organization, if the settings are per-hub. Also, have you looked at where you're initializing the variables, to make sure they're not set to true?
by GargoyleMT
2006-11-19 14:55
Forum: Off Topic
Topic: .pca files
Replies: 2
Views: 898

Since this is a question about audio formats, you can probably solve it by some google searches. If you can't find it there, ask on an audio-specific forum.
by GargoyleMT
2006-11-14 20:27
Forum: Proposals
Topic: Hublist
Replies: 4
Views: 3771

Re: Hublist

Why not add/change the standard public hublist in DC++ or even make a dropdown menu with 5 of the biggest/most used hublists? It's configurable, so DC++ would only use the "new" lists if people haven't changed their hub list setting from the default. Not really a problem, just something to keep in ...
by GargoyleMT
2006-11-14 20:21
Forum: adchpp general
Topic: Problem connecting to adch
Replies: 22
Views: 3753

Oh my, sorry, I had this problem myself, but I didn't recognize it from your initial description (which should have been enough). Since you're NATed, you've probably force an IP in DC++. This IP won't match what adch++ sees you connecting with, so it disconnects you. Maybe one of the lua gurus can s...
by GargoyleMT
2006-11-14 20:16
Forum: Off Topic
Topic: Hublist Program
Replies: 8
Views: 1767

Re: Hublist Program

The reason to why I'm posting here is that he who wrote our listsoft hasnt been seen for ages, and theres noone else in our crew that can write a program. Sandos, right? If the source isn't public, perhaps he can supply it to you. Whatever program you need is probably pretty specific to your infras...
by GargoyleMT
2006-11-12 16:10
Forum: adchpp general
Topic: Problem connecting to adch
Replies: 22
Views: 3753

Could it just be that your router doesn't loop connection attempts if you try your external IP? You should be able to see it with wireshark, so you can test my hypothesis.
by GargoyleMT
2006-11-11 20:07
Forum: Proposals
Topic: more translation files for one language
Replies: 5
Views: 1322

I change "old" strings in DC++ whenever it becomes clear that users are confused by them... I'd rather do a "Language file tutorial" where people are encouraged to use a free diff product like WinMerge to see the difference between the Example.xml in different DC++ versions and update their language...
by GargoyleMT
2006-10-20 18:09
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: SVN trunk checkout
Replies: 1
Views: 607

The documentation is generic, and it doesn't know how arne set it up.
by GargoyleMT
2006-10-20 18:06
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: problem with params.
Replies: 1
Views: 607

Re: problem with params.

OnlineUser* ou = NULL; string raw = ou->getIdentity().formattedRawCommand(i->getRaw(), file, c) //if(!BOOLSETTING(USE_SEND_DELAYED_RAW)) { You're dereferencing a null pointer. That will of course crash. Since you apparently can use pieces of the identity, you need to get a real identity to use, or ...
by GargoyleMT
2006-10-14 13:14
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: problem on visual c++ express
Replies: 6
Views: 1137

I found this though... http://wtl.wikispaces.com/Setup#Compilers I didn't think that worked - that the Platform SDK included only the 64 bit version of ATL. In any case, I think some of the solutions I've seen included copying files which you can't legally distribute (i.e. the include files from no...
by GargoyleMT
2006-10-06 19:44
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: Creating a DC++ version in Java
Replies: 12
Views: 2261

Java DC++ client Please drop the ++ - the network is "Direct Connect". You're better off writing your code from scratch, especially since you will want to include support for ADC if you're maintaining compatibility with DC++. Java versions, at this point, will have very serious interoperability iss...
by GargoyleMT
2006-10-06 17:32
Forum: Proposals
Topic: Make IP and Port fields grey
Replies: 1
Views: 711

The values are still used if you have them configured. Disabling the boxes is disabling a feature that someone might use (or might want to).
by GargoyleMT
2006-10-06 17:19
Forum: Off Topic
Topic: DOS aint dead...
Replies: 6
Views: 1208

Cratima wrote:We now have flash drives, who needs FreeDOS at all.
Talk about a non sequitir.
by GargoyleMT
2006-09-29 20:09
Forum: Open Discussion
Topic: Call for PHP developers
Replies: 30
Views: 9237

The language collector is finished and they are going to install it... Correct. I just need to review the code, since I suspect arne hasn't done the same. The old crash collector's database was full of binary files and other attempts at abuse. The language collector needs to be the same, if it's no...
by GargoyleMT
2006-09-29 19:27
Forum: Proposals
Topic: TTH Hash to ignore metadata (particularly id3)
Replies: 9
Views: 2573

i really like the idea, to calculate TTH without mp3 tags. but the variable tag lenght is really a big problem, as the same part of the song does not start at the same position in the file. it would require different sharing approach like now: give me file block starting at position 15 new sharing ...
by GargoyleMT
2006-09-29 19:14
Forum: Proposals
Topic: People taking multiple slots
Replies: 46
Views: 12008

HappyTheMan wrote:But I don't know if DC++ can have access to that information
It doesn't have access to that information on remote computers.
by GargoyleMT
2006-09-29 19:10
Forum: Proposals
Topic: Multithreaded filehashing?
Replies: 13
Views: 3345

gnipi wrote:It's bloating poor DC++ source tree.
Hahaha.
by GargoyleMT
2006-09-29 18:17
Forum: Other Direct Connect tools
Topic: Pease help me!!!!
Replies: 9
Views: 1736

Re: Pease help me!!!!

wherdaweedat wrote:starts with good speed and after a few second it getting down to very lame speed (lower then 1k/b!!!)
This usually means your copy of DC++ is configured correctly, but your ISP is slowing down DC traffic. Talk to them.
by GargoyleMT
2006-09-29 18:16
Forum: Other Direct Connect tools
Topic: Where can i find the clients list & ISPlist
Replies: 1
Views: 717

Re: Where can i find the clients list & ISPlist

DJTommy wrote:Hi...where can i get the link to download the clients & ISP list for my OP client...
txs in advance
DJTommy
d(-_-)b
Try at the DCDM forums, since your operator client probably uses DCDM code, and will thus be updated by their updates.
by GargoyleMT
2006-09-29 17:59
Forum: Other Direct Connect tools
Topic: DC does not continue unfinished downloads
Replies: 1
Views: 681

BCDC++, like DC++, will continue downloads when an appropriate source comes online. If it's not continuing the download, check the Download Queue and look at what it displays for errors and users.
by GargoyleMT
2006-09-29 17:46
Forum: Off Topic
Topic: Looking for a gig?
Replies: 5
Views: 1116

GOLIATH wrote:disenfranchised children
Too bad children can't vote.

(Although admittedly that is only the most common meaning for "disenfranchisement".)
by GargoyleMT
2006-09-02 09:10
Forum: Proposals
Topic: Tab order
Replies: 40
Views: 6910

Do you think I should create 3 bugzilla entries (one for each point), or just one? Create a separate bugzilla report for each unconnected issue. We normally close 'all in one' requests, since often at least one issue is a duplicate. Plus, having one bug defeats the point in putting them in a databa...
by GargoyleMT
2006-09-02 09:05
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: Difference in size with different branches
Replies: 2
Views: 690

PDB size also depends on build type. If you do an incremental build, it is larger, and doesn't seem to be useful for loading debug symbols.
by GargoyleMT
2006-08-31 20:57
Forum: Open Discussion
Topic: Call for PHP developers
Replies: 30
Views: 9237

Ugh, look at the date on it (2003). 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...
by GargoyleMT
2006-08-31 19:00
Forum: Open Discussion
Topic: Call for PHP developers
Replies: 30
Views: 9237

Guitarm wrote:Would it be possible to have a forum RSS feed too? (Too see when new messages arrive)
If phpBB implements it, sure.
Otherwise, no.
by GargoyleMT
2006-08-31 18:57
Forum: Proposals
Topic: Reinsert the "small send buffer" function?
Replies: 38
Views: 13429

Re: Wow, so much arguement between the people who have no id

winthorpejones wrote:So the question remains
Some people believed that the socket read and write buffers would duplicate the option, but they do not (see earlier in the thread). There are no other features that would be even remotely similar.
by GargoyleMT
2006-08-31 18:55
Forum: Proposals
Topic: Tab order
Replies: 40
Views: 6910

Nice suggestions. Have you considered putting them in bugzilla?
by GargoyleMT
2006-08-31 18:52
Forum: Developer's resort
Topic: Microsoft® Visual Studio® .NET™ 2003 Service Pack 1
Replies: 1
Views: 538

The project files are still 2003, so applying the latest service pack makes a lot of sense.
by GargoyleMT
2006-08-31 18:50
Forum: Hubs and scripts
Topic: Weird problem ... help me plss!
Replies: 1
Views: 783

YnHub has forums, have you tried asking there?
by GargoyleMT
2006-08-31 18:46
Forum: Off Topic
Topic: Having problems with proxy/firewall tcp/ip protocols....
Replies: 1
Views: 846

This isn't a general support forum. You've said things that seem to contradict each other, so I'm not sure anyone can help.
by GargoyleMT
2006-08-14 19:13
Forum: Proposals
Topic: Cycle through downloads
Replies: 10
Views: 1910

Carraya wrote:Not only outside the box, but outside the factory the box was made in :)
It was also my first thought.

The source dropping options in DC++ are meant to achieve similar ends as well.
by GargoyleMT
2006-08-14 19:11
Forum: Proposals
Topic: Block certain private messages
Replies: 34
Views: 9542

Ratti wrote:Hub owners are not taking measures to reduce spam and sometimes are the perpetrators themselves, sending messages to vote on some site to increase a rating somewhere.
Leave their hubs and join ones that listen to you as a user and value your presence.
by GargoyleMT
2006-08-14 19:09
Forum: Proposals
Topic: dc++ 0.401 users
Replies: 8
Views: 1832

Sidenote: you can download from 0.401 users, you just can't get their file list. DC++ 0.401 has a bug in $UGetBlock implementation that it disconnects requirements for -1 bytes, but why just not use standard protocol command $Get to get filelist from .401 ? Why work around a bug in an old client, sp...