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by Pothead
2006-04-27 08:45
Forum: Proposals
Topic: A few practical proposals
Replies: 10
Views: 1937

Voting just gets the status changed i think. If you want it done, Submit a patch (or wait for someone else to), then hope arne likes the idea And the patch.

I believe 5 has been asked many times before. Search the forum. :)
by Pothead
2006-04-27 06:02
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: Bug 759 (and the dupes)
Replies: 6
Views: 2463

Upgrade. :)
A few versions have been released since Big Muscle had said it's fixed in the cvs. So it should be fixed in them. :)
by Pothead
2006-04-26 05:38
Forum: Proposals
Topic: Questions at first usage.
Replies: 16
Views: 3719

Why all this conern about Active / Passive. It's really easy to setup. open a port for TCP and UDP access in firewall / router and put that port number in the Port Box for Active Mode in DC++ Connection Settings If they are incapable of doing or understanding that, well, that's all the help i am wil...
by Pothead
2006-04-23 13:59
Forum: Developer's resort
Topic: How to deal with a nasty exploit ?
Replies: 7
Views: 869

hehe, he cannot remember how he got out of log directory, or changed the extensions, so still trying to duplicate that one at moment. . . . Another problem is a pm from username ..\\\pip..\\\pippi makes a kind of file / directory hyrid, which cannot be removed by any normal means. (i had to rd logs ...
by Pothead
2006-04-22 22:19
Forum: Proposals
Topic: Questions at first usage.
Replies: 16
Views: 3719

Questions at first usage.

A mate of mine suggested this a few hours ago, and i thought it was a good like. Like a setup wizard kind of thingy. e.g. Asks if Good or Crap pc, and sets thinks like progress bar colours, userlist hiding / showing, max hash speed depending upon the answers. It might also help people to get active ...
by Pothead
2006-04-21 07:47
Forum: Protocol Alley
Topic: DC++ Chat hub
Replies: 25
Views: 10446

Daywalker has setup a public dev hub, about a week or two ago (admitely not many devs in it at moment) devpublicroom.servebeer.com:1411 is the addy.
He lives in Holland, so should have quite a bit of spare bandwidth for the occasional flooding it's bound to suffer at some point. :roll:
by Pothead
2006-04-21 04:45
Forum: Developer's resort
Topic: How to deal with a nasty exploit ?
Replies: 7
Views: 869

I would suggest that he/she contacts Gargoyle and arnetheduck. Include a small proof-of-concept. thanks. I'll pass the message on. Also there is a degree of "nasty" and "exploit". Basicly three degrees of exploits: 1) Will it be possible, or chance to take over the computer and ...
by Pothead
2006-04-20 19:58
Forum: Developer's resort
Topic: How to deal with a nasty exploit ?
Replies: 7
Views: 869

How to deal with a nasty exploit ?

Flow84 has found a serious exploit, which effects both 0.674 and the latest svn build (not tested on earlier versions yet). He doesn't feel comfortable with posting how it works on a forum or anything like that. He has explained briefly to me about what it can do, and where the problem is located, a...
by Pothead
2006-04-14 06:52
Forum: Proposals
Topic: Multiuser file sharing
Replies: 10
Views: 1934

*I, *know, *I'm, *would, *see, *you, *multiple, *be. (Ignoring grammar errors.) That annoyed the hell out of me. The sad thing is that these people are normally from the UK Oh well, it serves to not make any minor grammatical error that I might make not seem like such a big deal, and makes me look ...
by Pothead
2006-04-11 04:29
Forum: Proposals
Topic: autodrop slow sources
Replies: 11
Views: 2111

_abyss_ wrote:lolz, dunno about you, but I think splitting an atom doesnt sound that easy (or maybe if I had a really sharp knife, hmm..).
Just bombard an unstable lump of radioactive metal, with a bunch of Neutrons. :)
by Pothead
2006-04-04 18:09
Forum: Proposals
Topic: Chat feature
Replies: 5
Views: 1004

Hold down Control, and press Up. :)
by Pothead
2006-03-29 19:26
Forum: Proposals
Topic: Sharing Profiles
Replies: 25
Views: 5965

I thought this would have sorted the issue with NMDC protocol. The problem is only partially with DC++'s internal state. The other half of the problem is that the connecting side offers you nothing more than their nickname to identify themselves. So if users with the same nick exist on multiple hub...
by Pothead
2006-03-28 08:40
Forum: Other Direct Connect tools
Topic: SababaDC - your new DC client
Replies: 29
Views: 9282

Re: sababa

It has an option in search called "refine results" which i haven't seen in any other client. Let's say you search for something. Well often you get more than the results you wanted. By using refine results, you can clear out the unwanted ones. M You mean the one phaedrus made for Stealthy...
by Pothead
2006-03-27 18:58
Forum: Proposals
Topic: Sharing Profiles
Replies: 25
Views: 5965

If you know the ip and port of the hub which sends the CTM's, RCTM's and searches, and all the clients are sending through the right hub (why i think 0.68 should be min version), how can it go wrong ?
by Pothead
2006-03-27 11:14
Forum: Proposals
Topic: Sharing Profiles
Replies: 25
Views: 5965

-- 0.68 2006-01-08 -- * Changed the user identification process completely to work better with ADC. This leads to a more strict interpretation of which users are actually the same for NMDC (essentially, NMDC users are now identified by nick+hub always, not only nick) I thought this would have sorte...
by Pothead
2006-03-25 06:50
Forum: Proposals
Topic: LAN zone
Replies: 17
Views: 3117

Would classing 10.xxx.xxx.xxx and 192.168.xxx.xxx as LAN zones, and just handeling them differently work ? Also am i missing any lan ip ranges ?
by Pothead
2006-03-20 12:37
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: stlport_vc71_static.lib
Replies: 8
Views: 1816

When you get Stlport from the STLport website you'll get that error.
When you get it from the dcplusplus website you won't get that error.
by Pothead
2006-03-19 06:37
Forum: Other Direct Connect tools
Topic: This Account Has Been Suspended
Replies: 6
Views: 1693

edit: yeah for no source available now. Infomercial client takes a turn for the worse. http://www.downloadcounter.com/cgi-bin/download.pl?username=SababaDC&account=11 let users to decide what is better dc++ or sababadc. Since sababadc wouldn't exist without dc++, dc++ wins by default.
by Pothead
2006-03-19 06:33
Forum: Other Direct Connect tools
Topic: SababaDC - your new DC client
Replies: 29
Views: 9282

Re: SababaDC - your new DC client

themaestro. wrote:support kadmilla network (sababadc, revconnect, ldc++ ) and direct connect hubs network.
LDC++ doesn't use kadmilla. :roll:
by Pothead
2006-03-06 08:09
Forum: Proposals
Topic: disable/restrict use of bandwidth limiters
Replies: 37
Views: 9248

If you do that, then it's you who is not fair. The program hasn't done anything wrong. Why are you blaming the programs for the users deeds? Bandwidth limiters don't destroy upload speeds, people do. Yes, well said Todi. favian believe it or not but people need upload speed for more than just DC++....
by Pothead
2006-03-03 21:50
Forum: Proposals
Topic: Rehashing Renamed Folders, Not Good
Replies: 4
Views: 1444

Re: Rehashing Renamed Folders, Not Good

The only issue i can think of is that windows doesn't allow renaming folder names when files are in use, such as a user downloading a file within the folder to be renamed, but i don't know if there are any workarounds for that. A popup box saying that this is in use by another process. The same typ...
by Pothead
2006-03-02 20:03
Forum: Proposals
Topic: Favourite searches.
Replies: 9
Views: 2276

It's a nice idea, but if it's an automatic search, I don't think it's a good idea. A window that has the all the search parameters and lets you start a search from them would save some of the effort, and not put undue strain on hubs due to additional searches. I was thinking automatic, but as this ...
by Pothead
2006-03-02 09:06
Forum: Proposals
Topic: Favourite searches.
Replies: 9
Views: 2276

Carraya wrote:I love the idea... But but Pot you should be able to do it yourself :)
Yup, i'm just suggesting it, to get a general idea if it's a good idea, and worth my time doing, or a bad idea, and not bother.

And also any suggestions / improvments / problems to be careful of would be welcome. :)
by Pothead
2006-03-02 08:33
Forum: Proposals
Topic: Favourite searches.
Replies: 9
Views: 2276

Favourite searches.

Sometimes there is something you are looking for which you never get any search replys for. So once every few weeks / months (when you remember) you run a search for it. And if you are very lucky, a source sometimes turns up. Which is nice. So would a list of "favourite searches" be useful...
by Pothead
2006-03-02 06:47
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: Yassl and Taocrypt project files.
Replies: 1
Views: 804

Yassl and Taocrypt project files.

The project files in DC++ all seem to have common settings except the two mentioned in the subject, e.g. these two use Multi-wide char set, and rest use Unicode. There are other little thingys like this. I was gonna make a patch to make them all setup the same way. The only part i'm not sure of is &...
by Pothead
2006-02-23 06:19
Forum: Other Direct Connect tools
Topic: Latest BCDC++ source code...
Replies: 4
Views: 1348

http://www.woogiecubed.com/bcdc/

Link to source on there. On a different mirror site it said that that release was svn 694. :)
by Pothead
2006-02-22 05:56
Forum: Proposals
Topic: Reinsert the "small send buffer" function?
Replies: 38
Views: 13264

FFS - have you read the thread? I want the option enabled so i can download properly !!!!!!! FFS - have you read the thread? It is enabled. 1024 is the default value, which is also the value used in older clients, when this option is enabled. #define SMALL_BUFFER_SIZE 1024 Or put even simpler. The ...
by Pothead
2006-02-20 07:12
Forum: Other Direct Connect tools
Topic: Error Decompressing File?
Replies: 9
Views: 2680

Disable Safe and Compressed transfers, and try again. :)
by Pothead
2006-02-14 21:39
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: Getting an unfinished file from TransferView
Replies: 14
Views: 3307

Snuttan wrote:ooh so if there were a namespace clash it would go with the one in the global namespace if one exists in it?
unfortunately dc++ doesn't use many namespaces. :( But from what ullner said, yes. :)
by Pothead
2006-02-10 07:17
Forum: Off Topic
Topic: Netlimiter problems
Replies: 6
Views: 3262

Does anyone know how to fix this? Uninstall it. It's buggy and causes a lot of programs to crash You can get around the restricting speed through your lan, by not using the global restriction stuff, just do on a program level. or take it even further and do via ip. As for certain folders not being ...
by Pothead
2006-02-08 21:40
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: Problems adding a second splitter to MainFrame.
Replies: 2
Views: 898

Thanks, i was having trouble with SetSplitterRect, and that helped get the splitter visible now. wrong place, and contents, but it's a visible splitter, so i'm happy . The rest i can hopefully manage. That post also says "well this is a quirky arrangement, having a splitter in the inheritance l...
by Pothead
2006-02-05 14:32
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: Problems adding a second splitter to MainFrame.
Replies: 2
Views: 898

Problems adding a second splitter to MainFrame.

Over the last week I've been trying to add a second splitter to mainframe (the first being the existing transfer view). Needless to say, nothing i've tried has actually worked, and i am starting to get really annoyed with ATL \ WTL. The first splitter looks like it's created so simply, which makes t...
by Pothead
2006-02-05 14:30
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: Problems adding a second splitter to MainFrame.
Replies: 0
Views: 673

Problems adding a second splitter to MainFrame.

Over the last week I've been trying to add a second splitter to mainframe (the first being the existing transfer view). Needless to say, nothing i've tried has actually worked, and i am starting to get really annoyed with ATL \ WTL. The first splitter looks like it's created so simply, which makes t...
by Pothead
2006-02-05 07:15
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: port hash database generator
Replies: 4
Views: 1207

Re: port hash database generator

I am trying to use dc++ through wine under linux with wine, because one hub I'd like to enter will not accept my current client. My problem is that hashing over 100GiB of data in wine takes insanely long time, and often freezes, so that I have to kill the process. is it possible to "extract&qu...
by Pothead
2006-02-02 08:40
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: Possible copy paste error in FlatTabCtrl
Replies: 3
Views: 1015

GargoyleMT wrote:You can drill down to the WTL macro to see what that parameter ends up doing.
Sorry for the stupid question. But how do i do that, and what to look for ?
by Pothead
2006-02-01 19:45
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: Compile 6811
Replies: 13
Views: 3828

I seem to remember someone else mentioning someting about this. hmm, maybe DC++ uses Yassl 1.0.8 and they downloaded 1.1.5 or something like that. Use the one provided with dc++ source. :)
by Pothead
2006-02-01 09:56
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: Possible copy paste error in FlatTabCtrl
Replies: 3
Views: 1015

Possible copy paste error in FlatTabCtrl

In FlatTabCtrl.h: DECLARE_FRAME_WND_CLASS_EX(GetWndClassName(), IDR_QUEUE, 0, COLOR_3DFACE); this line looks very similar to QueueFrame.h DECLARE_FRAME_WND_CLASS_EX(_T("QueueFrame"), IDR_QUEUE, 0, COLOR_3DFACE); While this looks like a copy paste oversight, (the dual usage of IDR_QUEUE), i...
by Pothead
2006-01-31 17:10
Forum: Proposals
Topic: Why segmented downloads are a horrible idea
Replies: 16
Views: 4004

And about the CTM-flooding. Its as horrific as any other argument in this thread. Its a common misstake to think that CTM takes bandwidth. It would not. ConnectToMe's get passed through the hub. Many connecttome's from many users will have an effect on the hub's bandwidth, multisource or not. i-fin...
by Pothead
2006-01-31 12:04
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: Compile 6811
Replies: 13
Views: 3828

I don't think < > 's work in the .rc file. :?
by Pothead
2006-01-31 05:21
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: Compile 6811
Replies: 13
Views: 3828

Now read Compile.txt.
Wtl, STL, and Yassl all go in sub folders of where ever you extracted the DC++ source.
by Pothead
2006-01-30 20:04
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: Compile 6811
Replies: 13
Views: 3828

WTL included properly ?

If so, try removing one of them \
by Pothead
2006-01-30 14:19
Forum: Proposals
Topic: "Max upload speed"
Replies: 7
Views: 1776

by Pothead
2006-01-29 11:10
Forum: Proposals
Topic: Why segmented downloads are a horrible idea
Replies: 16
Views: 4004

Moreover, I don't clearly see what the difference is between having 20 files in the queue and fetching each from 1 peer, and having 4 in the queue, fetching each from 5 peers. Same amount of $CTMs sent and slots engaged. Just wanted to point out: hardly there are any valid arguments against multiso...
by Pothead
2006-01-29 11:09
Forum: Proposals
Topic: "Max upload speed"
Replies: 7
Views: 1776

Yes, i just meant should i change the other things which are related to this as well. E.g.
IDC_SETTING_MAX_UPLOAD to IDC_SETTING_LINE_SPEED
to make it easier to follow. I was originally thinking of just the stringdef change, but that makes the rest look untidy.
by Pothead
2006-01-29 10:08
Forum: Proposals
Topic: Why segmented downloads are a horrible idea
Replies: 16
Views: 4004

There is normally 2 main arguments against multisource. 1. Spams hub with ConnectToMe's 2. Takes many many slots. What a lot of people don't realise is that a DC++ user with many files in the download queue, each of which has many sources, will spam and take loads of slots, just the same as a multis...
by Pothead
2006-01-29 10:03
Forum: Proposals
Topic: "Max upload speed"
Replies: 7
Views: 1776

For changing this, should i only change the StringDef, or also the Strigdef call (SETTINGS_UPLOAD_SPEED) and the IDC controls ?
by Pothead
2006-01-26 09:46
Forum: Developer's resort
Topic: Crash collector
Replies: 15
Views: 1328

How about having more filter options. Like as well as filtering by Version, also have a Operating System filter, which can be used seperately or in conjunction, with the Version one. And maybe also a file / function filter, e.g. Crashes which use connectionmanager.cpp or HubFrame::onSpeaker Also a q...
by Pothead
2006-01-26 09:27
Forum: Proposals
Topic: DC++ Under wine
Replies: 7
Views: 1792

By looking at the exceptioninfo, it tries to be Windows XP SP2. Thanks. That means that a ifdef win idea is out of the window. From google Like someone else said (IIRC), you could check for the existence of the Wine configuration registry key branch. That'd be a 150% reliable method of detecting Wi...
by Pothead
2006-01-25 19:02
Forum: Proposals
Topic: DC++ Under wine
Replies: 7
Views: 1792

DC++ Under wine

In relation to: m (quick summary as i think that section gets purged) DC++ crashes when ran under wine. 2 ways to solve this: 1. It works if you switch off the transfer view (last item of the view menu) before connecting to any hub... 2. ...alternatively, should work if you switch off progress bars ...
by Pothead
2006-01-24 17:24
Forum: DCH++ General
Topic: Test of DCH++ compared to ynhub
Replies: 8
Views: 3719

To get a fair comparision, disable all the Myinfo stripping in Ynhub and see how many that holds, when it's sending the same ammount of data out. :)