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by Guitarm
2006-07-21 07:35
Forum: Proposals
Topic: different share for each hub
Replies: 5
Views: 1305

Disturbed-Pyro wrote:and, nmdc? adc? huh? sorry, youll have to fill me in
Different protocols (like which language DC++ speaks). The old protocol = NMDC, is rough and lack alot of functionality. The new protocol = ADC is supposed to fix alot of the shortcomings.
by Guitarm
2006-07-20 07:51
Forum: adchpp general
Topic: adchpp available
Replies: 12
Views: 4525

Ah, a serious ADC hub...let's see if the movement starts ;)
by Guitarm
2006-04-14 04:14
Forum: Proposals
Topic: Multithreaded filehashing?
Replies: 13
Views: 3816

Having some experience with hashing on a I/O slow machine I'm guessing the I/O is the weakest link in this chain. At least since I now have the opportunity to compare with a faster machine. To me, it seems like I/O is the biggest bottleneck.
by Guitarm
2006-04-14 04:08
Forum: Proposals
Topic: Multiuser file sharing
Replies: 10
Views: 2223

As said before: With the current slot-architecture I don't really see the point with it. Or?
by Guitarm
2006-04-01 19:23
Forum: Off Topic
Topic: Need a Programmer
Replies: 9
Views: 2569

No. Learn
by Guitarm
2006-03-02 11:08
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: Yassl and Taocrypt project files.
Replies: 1
Views: 903

Something I've come to understand about compiler optimizing: most of the time it doesn't make any significant difference.

But sure, I you find you can make some magic, please do ;-)
by Guitarm
2006-01-20 03:50
Forum: Developer's resort
Topic: STLPort CVS
Replies: 5
Views: 1040

This seems to be the case...but what to do about it? (I haven't read the documentation and I can't see an answer in that post referred to).
by Guitarm
2006-01-19 12:30
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: Editing dc++
Replies: 12
Views: 3370

First of all you have to have access to Microsoft Visual Studio .NET (With C++ support) which is a Integrated Development Environment. Then you need the sourcecode (available from CVS). To understand what's going on in the code you also need some knowledge about Windows-specific C++ code (www.codepr...
by Guitarm
2005-12-13 08:40
Forum: Developer's resort
Topic: Crash collector
Replies: 15
Views: 1841

Just wanted to say: Nice work Garg, thanks!
by Guitarm
2005-11-29 08:19
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: Suggestion for this error
Replies: 13
Views: 3171

Re: Suggestion for this error

Btw, I got these same errors with release compiling. No errors with debug compile but exceptions upon start of it. I had same trouble with SQLite. Made a project file for it, and it would compile fine in debug mode, but external linker errors in Release mode. Addition of this line fixed that (in th...
by Guitarm
2005-11-28 11:06
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: Suggestion for this error
Replies: 13
Views: 3171

Re: Suggestion for this error

max-holz wrote:Any suggestions for this error during compilation?
I have compiled it with both 2003 and 2005 and I say...wait 'til arne gets the time to fix the CVS code.

Btw, I got these same errors with release compiling. No errors with debug compile but exceptions upon start of it.
by Guitarm
2005-11-22 05:58
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: Compiling with VS.NET 2005
Replies: 12
Views: 3110

You can compile STLPort to get STLPort library files by entering the build/lib subdirectory in STLPort and using microsoft's commandline compiler (or some other). I see, yes, I did that too (nmake). But if you carefully fix the config file (there's some negation changes in there) and then remove re...
by Guitarm
2005-11-21 14:22
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: Compiling with VS.NET 2005
Replies: 12
Views: 3110

But one thing that I can think of that could make the difference in size is that with the new STLPort at least I have to compile the STLPort library first and that the library then imported makes it bigget than if it as before just could include the files and compile everything without the need for...
by Guitarm
2005-11-21 11:58
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: Compiling with VS.NET 2005
Replies: 12
Views: 3110

Just a clarification. I do not use UPX compression of the exe's. They're just plain Release compiled one's from latest CVS.
by Guitarm
2005-11-21 03:03
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: Compiling with VS.NET 2005
Replies: 12
Views: 3110

You are comparing binarys you have compilied yourself and not against a DC++ release one which have been compressed with UPX? No, compiled both myself from latest CVS code in 2003 (STLPort 4.6.2, wtl75_5160) and 2005 (STLPort 5.0 RC6, wtl75_5249) You did not accidently compile with a static link to...
by Guitarm
2005-11-20 17:17
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: Compiling with VS.NET 2005
Replies: 12
Views: 3110

Compiling with VS.NET 2005

I managed to compile latest CVS with VS.NET 2005 today and found the size of the Release exe to be somewhat big.

2003 = 1164 KB
2005 = 2256 KB

Not very optimized, at least not in size.
by Guitarm
2005-11-20 17:06
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: Refactor the code
Replies: 3
Views: 944

Ugh....DRY, happy? :)
by Guitarm
2005-11-20 09:04
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: Refactor the code
Replies: 3
Views: 944

Refactor the code

Since there's some duplicate code here and there in the DC++ source I've been thinking about refactoring. Would it be possible to reorganize some of the common code to reach a higher level of DYI (Don't Repeat Yourself) kind of style?. Like the HubFrame - PrivateFrame for example. They seem to share...
by Guitarm
2005-11-19 08:10
Forum: Proposals
Topic: Remove user from queue if to slow
Replies: 30
Views: 8544

Pothead wrote:Isn't python a requirement as well now (for makedefs ?) :)
I guess so, aswell as a CVS client for downloading the source (I use TortoiseCVS myself)
by Guitarm
2005-11-19 07:14
Forum: Proposals
Topic: Remove user from queue if to slow
Replies: 30
Views: 8544

It's a CVS version which is available for browsing or downloading at http://sourceforge.net/cvs/?group_id=40287.

You need to have VS.Net 2003, STLPort and WTL to compile it.
by Guitarm
2005-11-19 05:44
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: Check for SHIFT key
Replies: 2
Views: 947

Oh, I misunderstood. The 0x8000 checks if the key is in it's "pressed down" mode. Thanks for clarification.
by Guitarm
2005-11-19 05:10
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: Check for SHIFT key
Replies: 2
Views: 947

Check for SHIFT key

Is there a specific reason for checking if the SHIFT key is used in HubFrame::onChar?

Like:

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if( (GetKeyState(VK_CONTROL) & 0x8000) )
Or should one check for both like:

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if( (GetKeyState(VK_CONTROL)) || (GetKeyState(VK_CONTROL) & 0x8000) )
by Guitarm
2005-11-18 02:51
Forum: Off Topic
Topic: Free Visual Studio 2005
Replies: 7
Views: 2401

GargoyleMT wrote:There has been a thread on the WTL mailing list.
Adress/URL? :)
by Guitarm
2005-10-17 09:24
Forum: Protocol Alley
Topic: Testing during development
Replies: 7
Views: 2487

Re: Testing during development

GargoyleMT wrote:(Heck, you can get banned for running the CVS version of DC++ -- since it calls itself 0.6745 and that makes some people think it is fake.)
Yupp, quite true, I've experienced that myself
by Guitarm
2005-10-16 12:51
Forum: Protocol Alley
Topic: Testing during development
Replies: 7
Views: 2487

Re: Testing during development

GargoyleMT wrote:No. And yes.
*lol*, that's actually a very good answer ;-)
by Guitarm
2005-10-09 16:05
Forum: Open Discussion
Topic: Without further ado, I bring to you...
Replies: 15
Views: 9106

PseudonympH wrote:You don't have it installed at work? Why not? :P
Eh, since I started using DC++ I haven't worked for a company or a customer that allows it (Always blocked ports). But maybe you have? ;-)
by Guitarm
2005-10-09 04:36
Forum: Open Discussion
Topic: Without further ado, I bring to you...
Replies: 15
Views: 9106

Fits me

Nice, forum fits me better than chat. I can even read/answer from work ;-)
by Guitarm
2005-01-21 08:28
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: Compiling with VS.NET 2005 Beta (vs8)
Replies: 9
Views: 2396

Yes, thanks for the tip. I've had a bad virus attack here. I had to reinstall the whole OS, infected 580 files, half of my installed apps and (as I discovered) also OS files resulting in the OS breaking down completely (funny, funny). But as soon as I have the system up and running again I'll try so...
by Guitarm
2005-01-19 15:21
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: Compiling with VS.NET 2005 Beta (vs8)
Replies: 9
Views: 2396

Ok, I downloaded STLport-5.0-1031, tried and got these results: Error 4 error C2373: 'vsnprintf' : redefinition; different type modifiers C:\Program Files\dctest\includes\stl\STLport-5.0-1031\STLport-5.0-1031\stlport\cstdio 48 Error 5 error C2039: '_vsnprintf' : is not a member of 'std' C:\Program F...
by Guitarm
2005-01-19 12:09
Forum: Feature Discussion (Archived)
Topic: some other kind of priority queing for uploads... + notes.
Replies: 13
Views: 3815

Well, I get the idea, and sure, it's a nice way of handling your users with "odd" requests. But I still think it's a more complicated way than necessary to do it. But ok, if it's "easy" to implement in code........I won't argue about it.
by Guitarm
2005-01-19 09:58
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: Compiling with VS.NET 2005 Beta (vs8)
Replies: 9
Views: 2396

Ok, forget about the former post, I've fixed them and got the debug version compiled. Now on to the release version, these are the errors : Error 2 error C2757: '__std_alias' : a symbol with this name already exists and therefore this name cannot be used as a namespace name C:\Program Files\dctest\i...
by Guitarm
2005-01-19 09:45
Forum: Feature Discussion (Archived)
Topic: About small files (<= 64 Kb)
Replies: 6
Views: 2278

Thanks for the clarification Sed :)
by Guitarm
2005-01-19 09:33
Forum: Feature Discussion (Archived)
Topic: some other kind of priority queing for uploads... + notes.
Replies: 13
Views: 3815

cologic wrote:You're sharing files you wish others not to download?
Seems like a strange way to administrate your machine/share :wink:
by Guitarm
2005-01-19 09:30
Forum: Feature Discussion (Archived)
Topic: About small files (<= 64 Kb)
Replies: 6
Views: 2278

:?: I almost constantly have 3 uploads doing filelist uploading (minislots?) together with my selfset quota of 5 upload slots. Am I misunderstanding something here?
by Guitarm
2005-01-18 13:43
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: Compiling with VS.NET 2005 Beta (vs8)
Replies: 9
Views: 2396

Ok, It seems to boil down to these three errors now: Error 11 error C2146: syntax error : missing ';' before identifier 'tabs' c:\Program Files\dctest\original\dcplusplus\windows\FlatTabCtrl.h 553 Error 13 error C2501: 'FlatTabCtrlImpl<T,TBase,TWinTraits>::tabs' : missing storage-class or type speci...
by Guitarm
2005-01-18 12:54
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: Compiling with VS.NET 2005 Beta (vs8)
Replies: 9
Views: 2396

Ok, yes the _MSC_VER_ I managed to figure out myself. I'll try that #pragma too, Thanks!
by Guitarm
2005-01-17 15:37
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: Compiling with VS.NET 2005 Beta (vs8)
Replies: 9
Views: 2396

Compiling with VS.NET 2005 Beta (vs8)

I'm doing a bit of fiddling/test-compiling with vs8 (it's the vanilla 0.668, sf stlport 4.6.2 and wtl7.5_5002) and I get a bunch of warnings (which I don't care about right now) but I also these errors (obviously FlatTabCtrl seems to be a good candidate for fixing). Are they somewhat easy fixable, o...
by Guitarm
2005-01-16 16:30
Forum: Hubs and scripts
Topic: Hub-Security This hub is running version 0.7.14 of Open DC H
Replies: 5
Views: 2877

Heh, I assumed there was something wrong (didn't read close enough)......
by Guitarm
2005-01-15 05:58
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: Send a PM to yourself
Replies: 21
Views: 4865

Hehe, I was actually trying to be serious. I'm not sure if you misunderstand me here. I just wanted your view in what the best method for learning C++ would be, nothing more - nothing less. You're in joke mode - I understand :)
by Guitarm
2005-01-14 11:56
Forum: Feature Discussion (Archived)
Topic: Exact file size column in filelist windows
Replies: 22
Views: 7088

Seems very logical, yes
by Guitarm
2005-01-14 05:13
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: Send a PM to yourself
Replies: 21
Views: 4865

ivulfusbar wrote:if you want to learn C++, DC++ is absolutely not the best place to start. ;))
Wow, there's one good excuse for me if I want to be lazy someday. Could you maybe give some examples on why this is?
by Guitarm
2005-01-13 14:10
Forum: Off Topic
Topic: File and printer sharing Win98 to XP through vmware
Replies: 4
Views: 1623

Yes, it might be that password thing, well, I've given up to get the w98 -> XP way working, and besides that I can copy from XP to w98 so it's ok anyway.
Thanks for your info though
by Guitarm
2005-01-13 13:58
Forum: Off Topic
Topic: File and printer sharing Win98 to XP through vmware
Replies: 4
Views: 1623

Ok, np, sorry for interrupting a thread like this. I'll split it
by Guitarm
2005-01-13 13:26
Forum: Feature Discussion (Archived)
Topic: Exact file size column in filelist windows
Replies: 22
Views: 7088

GargoyleMT wrote:I am not a laywer. And I do like to do things as legally as possible (not rhetoric).
Neither am I. And I definitely agree with doing things as legal as possible (at least according to what can be interpreted as legal)
by Guitarm
2005-01-13 13:21
Forum: Off Topic
Topic: File and printer sharing Win98 to XP through vmware
Replies: 4
Views: 1623

Just curious xan, do you have some similar link for w9x?, I'm trying to get my Win98 to browse files on XP through vmware (vpc too) and I just can't seem to get it working. I think I've tried almost everything now. I come as far as to be able to ping from Win98 to XP, but no more. The other way arou...
by Guitarm
2005-01-13 13:14
Forum: Other Direct Connect tools
Topic: Upload Limiter Help for DC++0.668
Replies: 8
Views: 2244

Yes, you're right, i'ts their choice, not much to do about it. And it's ok by me. I guess it's your choice as a "client-chooser" to use what you want/need, to be in a certain hub. Although I must say I find it a bit peculiar that hubowners/admins have such a strong role to play in this "game". But I...
by Guitarm
2005-01-13 12:12
Forum: Feature Discussion (Archived)
Topic: Exact file size column in filelist windows
Replies: 22
Views: 7088

Ok, I get your point
by Guitarm
2005-01-12 17:13
Forum: Off Topic
Topic: Visual Basic Coding Help
Replies: 16
Views: 4526

Small town in Sweden, cold, icey, rainy. Ok, I'll stay here and you'll tell that nice teacher of yours she'll have to find someone else............
by Guitarm
2005-01-12 17:11
Forum: Off Topic
Topic: Visual Basic Coding Help
Replies: 16
Views: 4526

Well, Wisconsin is probably a party compared to where I live now, trust me
by Guitarm
2005-01-12 17:04
Forum: Off Topic
Topic: Visual Basic Coding Help
Replies: 16
Views: 4526

Also tell her that If she needs a fat, blind old guy for a husband I'm here to help out :?