linuxdc++ now useable as op :)

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linuxdc++ now useable as op :)

Post by lys » 25 Mar 2009, 10:59

patch for linuxdcpp that allows use of %[filename] / %[fileFN]

https://bugs.launchpad.net/linuxdcpp/+bug/271565

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Re: linuxdc++ now useable as op :)

Post by Pietry » 25 Mar 2009, 11:10

It's good to see that the linux client marked is starting to grow, since to be honest i;m not too fond of linuxdcpp as it lacks a lot of features and still has problems.
Jucy is also a nice client for linux although java haters might not like it :D
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Re: linuxdc++ now useable as op :)

Post by lys » 25 Mar 2009, 11:56

sorry no offense but jucy isnt workable and i think u know me pietry, fmp still running on verlihub got 3 hubs atm :-/ and anyways the patch allows use of kick $filename from search ,its a big start as far as im concened

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Re: linuxdc++ now useable as op :)

Post by lys » 25 Mar 2009, 12:04

it's just nice tobe able be a op again and use a linux client ;)

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Re: linuxdc++ now useable as op :)

Post by lys » 28 Sep 2009, 23:35

fyi the patch is no longer needed as the fix was imported into the bzr tree on launchpad which at time of writing is upto date with the standard dc++ core (0.75) :)

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Re: linuxdc++ now useable as op :)

Post by Pietry » 29 Sep 2009, 08:30

its good to see that the linuxdcpp team keep up with latest dc++ core. good working
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Re: linuxdc++ now useable as op :)

Post by lys » 30 Jun 2010, 16:03

theres also freedcpp http://code.google.com/p/freedcpp/now, seemed a bit buggy when i tried it tho plus also eiskaltdc http://code.google.com/p/eiskaltdc/ (qt gui)

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Re: linuxdc++ now useable as op :)

Post by Toast » 30 Jun 2010, 22:30

last client on your list there is a leech client im not going to list that one ever due to the leech features inside it and the one before is a bit redundant since mediaplayers can soon be a plugin feature in both dc++ and linuxdc++ :)

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Re: linuxdc++ now useable as op :)

Post by lys » 02 Jul 2010, 01:47

Toast wrote:last client on your list there is a leech client im not going to list that one ever due to the leech features inside it and the one before is a bit redundant since mediaplayers can soon be a plugin feature in both dc++ and linuxdc++ :)
ive never actually tested eiskaltdc tbh, im just aware of its existance, as for freedcpp, while i conceed to your point about the plugin system (ive compiled iceman50's mod of dcpp) its still not a reallity for linux so my point was to open ppls eyes as to whats out there ;)

<edit> oh and freedcpp contains the ability to change chat colours etc and its trunk ver is uptodate with the latest dc++ core and as such contains a limiter, which linuxdc++ still hasnt got and nor is it upto date with the win32 core</edit>

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