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by TheParanoidOne
2004-08-24 07:02
Forum: Feature Discussion (Archived)
Topic: Confirmation for removing favorite hubs
Replies: 8
Views: 1528

Add it to the new tracker: http://dcplusplus.sf.net/bugs
by TheParanoidOne
2004-08-23 15:34
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: Database Support fails! Help
Replies: 2
Views: 998

What are you trying to achieve?
by TheParanoidOne
2004-08-22 07:33
Forum: Feature Discussion (Archived)
Topic: Ability to view how many people are lined up
Replies: 3
Views: 932

An upload queue is a rejected feature.
by TheParanoidOne
2004-08-22 03:38
Forum: Protocol Alley
Topic: DC++ compression technique
Replies: 3
Views: 1797

gzip for file transfers.

If you're just trying to explain about fake files, why do you need to know the specific compression technique? Can't you just tell them that DC++ compresses the transfer and leave it at that?
by TheParanoidOne
2004-08-18 15:58
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: CVS Down?
Replies: 2
Views: 1022

Public CVS is indeed down.

I'm sure it would be no problem if you diffed against the latest source release (0.4032).
by TheParanoidOne
2004-08-16 14:05
Forum: Feature Discussion (Archived)
Topic: "stop hashing" button
Replies: 14
Views: 3171

Re: hashing gives me the irrates too

carl0s wrote:that will stop the hashing and force DC++ to only hash when you first open DC++
Refresh != Hash.
by TheParanoidOne
2004-08-14 14:14
Forum: Other Direct Connect tools
Topic: Checkbox by the sharefolders...
Replies: 12
Views: 2933

That checkbox is not part of standard DC++.
by TheParanoidOne
2004-08-14 13:02
Forum: Other Direct Connect tools
Topic: Checkbox by the sharefolders...
Replies: 12
Views: 2933

Do you mean the one entitled "Share hidden files"?
by TheParanoidOne
2004-08-13 15:17
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: Log interface?
Replies: 2
Views: 1047

Check out LogManager.cpp/h.
by TheParanoidOne
2004-08-12 08:50
Forum: Protocol Alley
Topic: Java, Singletons and Uniformity
Replies: 13
Views: 4195

You must type cast right way, then it won't cause an Exception. The time of casting is irrelevant. If I say String s = "hello"; Singleton st = (Singleton) s; st.someSingletonMethod(); the compile will be fine, but at runtime you will get a ClassCast Exception because you cannot cast an object of on...
by TheParanoidOne
2004-08-12 06:55
Forum: Hubs and scripts
Topic: download failed, HTTP/ 1.1 404 Not Found...
Replies: 1
Views: 3441

Re: download failed, HTTP/ 1.1 404 Not Found...

If wrote:There is surely a dumb answer to ths stupid question
No, there is a clever answer to this question and it has been answered several hundred times over the past few days. Just browse through the Help/Support section and you'll see what I mean.
by TheParanoidOne
2004-08-12 06:49
Forum: Protocol Alley
Topic: Java, Singletons and Uniformity
Replies: 13
Views: 4195

Hmm. Resurrecting a five month old thread. Interesting. That code will not work. public Object getInstance() is an instance method. You need to call the method on an object of type Singleton. eg. s.getInstance(); where s is a Singleton object. if you call s.getInstance() you can typecast it to a Si...
by TheParanoidOne
2004-08-12 00:29
Forum: Protocol Alley
Topic: Java, Singletons and Uniformity
Replies: 13
Views: 4195

Well, at this stage it would be nothing more than an intellectual exercise, so meh.
by TheParanoidOne
2004-08-11 14:57
Forum: Off Topic
Topic: Hide signatures in forum
Replies: 5
Views: 2094

Other board software has the feature.

<I'm sure there's something grammatically wrong with that sentence ...>
by TheParanoidOne
2004-08-11 14:53
Forum: Protocol Alley
Topic: Java, Singletons and Uniformity
Replies: 13
Views: 4195

Hmm. Resurrecting a five month old thread. Interesting. That code will not work. public Object getInstance() is an instance method. You need to call the method on an object of type Singleton . eg. s.getInstance(); where s is a Singleton object. But making the constructor private means that you can n...
by TheParanoidOne
2004-08-11 07:25
Forum: Off Topic
Topic: Cutoff-->error: file not found
Replies: 14
Views: 5339

Can you please explain what steps you took to cause that message to appear. It would be useful for future reference.
by TheParanoidOne
2004-08-11 06:42
Forum: Off Topic
Topic: Hide signatures in forum
Replies: 5
Views: 2094

I think that only works if you tilt your head sideways. ;)
by TheParanoidOne
2004-08-10 17:05
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: Attempting UPNP for DC++
Replies: 12
Views: 3527

As far as I am aware, nobody is working on UPnP support. If you intend to submit a patch, make sure you read compile.txt.

As for ports, yes. DC++ uses only one, with both TCP and UDP.
by TheParanoidOne
2004-08-10 17:02
Forum: Off Topic
Topic: Hide signatures in forum
Replies: 5
Views: 2094

No.
by TheParanoidOne
2004-08-10 16:59
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: newbie help! dc++ building structure?
Replies: 36
Views: 9215

squeek wrote:where do you start, do you start by drawing the GUI or writing the code and then the GUI or even both together?
None of the above. You start by designing the application. :)

GUI and code are irrelevant if the fundamental design is either flawed, or not there at all.
by TheParanoidOne
2004-08-10 09:56
Forum: Off Topic
Topic: Cutoff-->error: file not found
Replies: 14
Views: 5339

It is not the number of directories but the length of the pathname. DOS had a limit on the length of a file pathname. I don't recall how many characters that limit was, but apparently it still exists in Windows.
by TheParanoidOne
2004-08-10 06:39
Forum: Feature Discussion (Archived)
Topic: Click links in PM's
Replies: 4
Views: 1291

But there is no section or options there to make it a feature, only as a bug so I typed feature in the summary. http://dcplusplus.sourceforge.net/cgi-bin/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=109 Severity = enhancement. This is one of those items which are a bug fix or a feature request depending on your perspe...
by TheParanoidOne
2004-08-09 15:08
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: newbie help! dc++ building structure?
Replies: 36
Views: 9215

What kind of programming background do you have? The reason I ask, is that if you are using this as an opportunity to learn C++, I don't think it's a great idea if you have no programming background. It would be better to learn some of the fundamentals first. Conversely, if you *do* have a programmi...
by TheParanoidOne
2004-08-09 08:24
Forum: Feature Discussion (Archived)
Topic: Ability to view file lists as text or HTML
Replies: 15
Views: 2886

Huvet wrote:Just an addition:
Firefox can open xml-files and display them as a tree. Perhaps this is another reason for people to download and use it?
So can IE.
by TheParanoidOne
2004-08-07 18:42
Forum: Developer's resort
Topic: Ok to discuss CVS here ?
Replies: 12
Views: 1838

I copy/pasted straight from the page and it was fine. IE seems to copy differently than FireFox. FF is closer to the patch, though the tabs don't make it through on it. Maybe a browser difference? Strange. I'm not seeing any line breakage with either Opera, FF or (ugh) IE. But that's gets us danger...
by TheParanoidOne
2004-08-07 17:22
Forum: Developer's resort
Topic: Ok to discuss CVS here ?
Replies: 12
Views: 1838

I copy/pasted straight from the page and it was fine.
by TheParanoidOne
2004-08-07 17:14
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: newbie help! dc++ building structure?
Replies: 36
Views: 9215

No one is pushing you away. From what you're saying, it seems as though you are reading a lot of documentation, but not reading with a purpose. What is it that you actually want to do with Visual Studio? Once you can answer that question, you can then start to look for information in the appropriate...
by TheParanoidOne
2004-08-07 14:10
Forum: Developer's resort
Topic: Ok to discuss CVS here ?
Replies: 12
Views: 1838

If your codebase is modified, that might explain the failure. Just read the diff and make the changes manually.
by TheParanoidOne
2004-08-06 17:25
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: Getting extern IP automatic
Replies: 23
Views: 5845

Re: Getting extern IP automatic

jippekaka wrote:
TheParanoidOne wrote:
jippekaka wrote:Dunno, for me it looks like a 4-5 lines of code or something like that.
What gives you that impression?
Prove me wrong then...
Huh? What are you talking about? I don't know how many lines of code it would be. I'm just wondering what makes you think it would be 4-5 lines.
by TheParanoidOne
2004-08-06 16:02
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: Getting extern IP automatic
Replies: 23
Views: 5845

Re: Getting extern IP automatic

jippekaka wrote:Dunno, for me it looks like a 4-5 lines of code or something like that.
What gives you that impression?
by TheParanoidOne
2004-08-04 15:29
Forum: Protocol Alley
Topic: why new filelists are sent in xml format?
Replies: 7
Views: 3096

Re: why new filelists are sent in xml format?

Murdock wrote:The redundant increase in the size
Can you please explain what parts of XML file lists are redundant compared to the older file lists?
by TheParanoidOne
2004-08-01 11:01
Forum: Feature Discussion (Archived)
Topic: The view as text feature
Replies: 21
Views: 2817

I'm being made to look blind now. That is not the same screenshot I looked at. It now shows a variable width font, but when I posted my comment, the image had a fixed width font. :(
by TheParanoidOne
2004-07-30 16:17
Forum: Hubs and scripts
Topic: I'm having problems with my registration
Replies: 2
Views: 1144

Further to your PM, I am not a hub person so I don't know much about that side of things but I'll try to address as many of your points as I can. So i tried to register First i tried www.hublist.org and i got this instead of an website Forbidden You don't have permission to access / on this server. ...
by TheParanoidOne
2004-07-30 11:33
Forum: Feature Discussion (Archived)
Topic: "stop hashing" button
Replies: 14
Views: 3171

DaJaegga wrote:i tested the "hashing speed"-setting. the cpu usage was at ~ 30%, but the pc was still as far as a snail :(.
What values did you try?
by TheParanoidOne
2004-07-29 16:42
Forum: Hubs and scripts
Topic: own hub wont work
Replies: 6
Views: 1643

What happens when you try 127.0.0.1? What are the exact messages you get?
by TheParanoidOne
2004-07-29 12:17
Forum: Off Topic
Topic: Website not showing.
Replies: 1
Views: 924

Yes. The site is down for the moment.
by TheParanoidOne
2004-07-29 12:17
Forum: Feature Discussion (Archived)
Topic: "stop hashing" button
Replies: 14
Views: 3171

Experiment with the "Max Hash Speed" setting in Settings --> Advanced.

Or just leave it overnight to finish, as you mentioned.
by TheParanoidOne
2004-07-29 05:41
Forum: Feature Discussion (Archived)
Topic: probably a bug or two?
Replies: 11
Views: 1896

Didn't DC++ used to tell you something like "You can't download your own filelist silly!" or suchlike? That's what the "throw QueueException(STRING(NO_DOWNLOADS_FROM_SELF));" line should be doing. yepp, i undertand u, and i really would like to help. But how can i specify that ? I am no progger/cod...
by TheParanoidOne
2004-07-28 04:01
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: Deadlock when close hub frame
Replies: 6
Views: 1714

Image not working.
by TheParanoidOne
2004-07-25 12:30
Forum: Feature Discussion (Archived)
Topic: report dupes that has been removed
Replies: 26
Views: 3174

Indeed. [2004-07-25 16:41] <CyberAL> I share the same albums, 4 times, cause of the junction link mp3-sorting... my reported total share size should be 1/4 of what the filelist says.. but it isn't The use of the word "junction" made me think that you were creating NTFS hard links for directories, bu...
by TheParanoidOne
2004-07-25 04:09
Forum: Hubs and scripts
Topic: Own hub
Replies: 1
Views: 908

Re: Own hub

DreamKeeper wrote:Im cinda of newbie in dc++ :oops: but i'w used it cinda a long time...
Contradiction?
DreamKeeper wrote:Now can somebody wiser than me tell me how to make your own hub?
Look at the sticky at the top of the Hubs and Scripts section (where this thread has now been moved to).
by TheParanoidOne
2004-07-24 15:19
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: Refresh button
Replies: 9
Views: 2329

A typed command exists (/refresh).
A menu item exists (File --> Refresh File List)

Are these both not sufficient? If not, trace the execution of either of these to see what is called when.
by TheParanoidOne
2004-07-24 05:03
Forum: Other Direct Connect tools
Topic: dDC++ 6.02 released
Replies: 12
Views: 4715

I'm still interested in the bit of psychology that triggered the jump to version 6. Is there yet a reason for that other than the fallacy of "Higher version == better version"? This highlights/reinforces what I was saying the other day in the DCDev hub - version numbers are irrelevant. What I find f...
by TheParanoidOne
2004-07-23 12:42
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: compiling 0.403 source with stlport-4.6.2+wtl7.1
Replies: 4
Views: 1512

Having searched the forums for "C1014", one of the possible causes that comes up is incorrect addition of STLPort and WTL. Can you provide a screenshot of your includes please.

What version of Visual C++ are you using?
by TheParanoidOne
2004-07-21 16:32
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: Newbie in the house! Need help compiling DC++
Replies: 23
Views: 5484

No problem. Glad to help. :)
by TheParanoidOne
2004-07-21 15:25
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: Newbie in the house! Need help compiling DC++
Replies: 23
Views: 5484

A recent version introduced the feature where you can drag and drop the tabs to change the order. Perhaps this is what you are seeing?
by TheParanoidOne
2004-07-21 15:14
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: Newbie in the house! Need help compiling DC++
Replies: 23
Views: 5484

What problems did you have? Perhaps I can help resolve them?
by TheParanoidOne
2004-07-21 14:48
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: Newbie in the house! Need help compiling DC++
Replies: 23
Views: 5484

Ignore the "unstable" tag. It's just a pseudonym for "latest".

If you don't want to do that, why do you want to use such an old version of DC++?
by TheParanoidOne
2004-07-21 14:29
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: Newbie in the house! Need help compiling DC++
Replies: 23
Views: 5484

The version of STLPort used in 0.306 is not the version you are using. Can you double check the results when using the most recent source code (0.403). Clean codebase, clean build.

FYI, 0.403 is the first version to use v4.6.2 of STLPort.
by TheParanoidOne
2004-07-21 13:57
Forum: Programmer's Help
Topic: Newbie in the house! Need help compiling DC++
Replies: 23
Views: 5484

Can you post a screenshot of your includes please.