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by chrisster
2003-04-24 16:15
Forum: Protocol Alley
Topic: porting DC++ to Linux?
Replies: 63
Views: 29920

With a program like DC++ where the intended purpose is file sharing, I can't imagine that GUI speed is that important - ease of coding and portability seems more important.

Sure, it would be nice to have smooth GUI code (maybe), but the real issue is how efficient the network code runs.
by chrisster
2003-04-24 16:09
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: Requested File For Download Not Found Issue
Replies: 2
Views: 983

Okay, so I talked to the guy who wrote the modded DC++ and it turns out that yes, it has nothing to do with the DC protocol or anything. His code just lies to the server about the filenames. This thread is dead.

-Chris
by chrisster
2003-04-23 19:05
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: Requested File For Download Not Found Issue
Replies: 2
Views: 983

Requested File For Download Not Found Issue

I just noticed a little issue with MP3 files that I haven't seen brought up yet in the forums. Does anyone happen to know what is going on here? Situation: I have DC++ 0.242, my friend across the hallway has a modified DC++ 0.181 which reports his MP3 bitrates to the server. We are on a local campus...
by chrisster
2003-04-19 19:31
Forum: Protocol Alley
Topic: porting DC++ to Linux?
Replies: 63
Views: 29920

I didn't see this mentioned in the thread so I figured I'd throw it out. I have an idea for the GUI (from a coding standpoint). Why not use the Qt toolkit for GUI coding? I know for a fact that the Qt library is availble for both Windows and Linux (I have never done coding on a Mac so I don't know a...
by chrisster
2003-04-04 06:49
Forum: Off Topic
Topic: What is your connection?
Replies: 39
Views: 10653

College (if ONLY I could get this at home): on-campus - 1000Mbit multi-mode fiber Ethernet full-duplex, no bandwidth caps campus uplink - OC-12, 10000 nodes absolute MAX P2P traffic is capped extremely low, but other than that no restrictions price: $200/semester ~ $50/month Home: Cox Cable, no down...