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DC++ 0.705

Post by Pietry » 15 Mar 2008, 08:11

This release brings new :
lot of stability improvement, starting from crashes to bugs and so on.
Also, some visual improvements like new menu types.
Segmented downloading new separate window for each downloading file, and a new connection window for each chunk
Language files now use gettext and they are included in the distribution for the major languages
Tabs drag& dropping and tooltips
Updated links so that you have any problem, you can easily find the answer now.

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Changelog :
-- 0.705 2008-03-14 --
* Several patches for better *nix compatibility of the core (thanks steven sheehy et al)
* Improve segmented download implementation
* Fix search request ip when using multiple ip's (thanks stanislav maslovski)
* Fixed a crash when right-clicking in own file list
* [ADC] Searches filtered by token if available so that each search window only gets its own results
* [ADC] Implemented test version of bloom filters which will dramatically reduce hub bandwidth usage for TTH searches
* Fixed a crash with partial list browsing
* Replaced homegrown i18n solution with gettext (thanks david grundberg, mikejj)
* Fixed an issue with nick encodings and nmdc connections (thanks stanislav maslovski)
* Added download view which shows per-file download information
* Chat timestamps on by default
* Added tab drag/drop (thanks poy)
* Changed Pothead to mikejj
* Fixed search spy crash
* Upgraded to bzip 1.0.4 (thanks mikejj)
* Tab tooltips (thanks poy)
* [L#185724] Allow spaces in the description field (poy)
* [L#180321] [ADC] Handle third person formatting (thanks poy)
* [L#186429] Fix right-click issue when chat history is long (thanks poy)
* [L#188107] In waiting users, show requested chunk (since we can't know % done)
* [L#188585] Fixed crash when download connection was disconnected before any data was received
* Fixed crash due to race condition on idle check (thans bigmuscle)
* Fixed crash when copying identity
* Fixed potential timer race condition (thanks bigmuscle)
* The good parts of partially downloaded segments are now added to queue (thanks bigmuscle)
* Fancy menus (thanks poy)
* [L#180321] [ADC] Added /me handling (thanks poy)
* [L#187288] Fixed issues with scrolling (thanks poy)
* [L#190463] Fixed re-add sources showing wrong sources (thanks poy)
* [L#190469] Fixed kick message filtering (thanks mikejj)
* version.xml now use Coral (ullner)
* [ADC] Number of files counts unique files when sending stats to hub
* [ADC] Fixed kick handling
* [L#190955] Fixed 100% on remove all sources in queue
* Fixed a few hardcoded dc++'s (thanks steven sheehy)
* Don't always show the tray icon after killing and re-opening explorer.exe (poy)
* Updated links (thanks pietry)
* Fixed clicking on active tab (poy)
* [L#195209] Fixed tabbing in hub windows (poy)
* [L#195209] Fixed Ctrl+F that opens favorite hubs (poy)
* [L#194696] Fixed small memory leak
* Some unix compile fixes (thanks pavel andreev and yakov suraev)
* [L#199192] [NMDC] Fixed crash on empty private message
* [L#198416] Fixed crash when closing the download queue (poy)
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Re: DC++ 0.705

Post by Pietry » 28 Mar 2008, 17:08

0.705 goes stable. First version in a very long time which becomes stable.
my version.xml greeting :
Next version is available.
0.705 is comes as a stable version after a long time. It's the most different version you've faced until now.
- The Graphical User Interface has been completely rewritten, look has significantly changed and hopefully improved;
- Performance slightly improved, memory usage and cpu;
- Segmented downloading is also available now;
- DC++ now comes directly in your language;
- DC++ is now compatible with latest ADC 1.0 specification;
In the hopes that your new DC++ is faster, smarter and better looking, we wish you happy downloading and enjoy Direct Connect.
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Re: DC++ 0.705

Post by blastbeat » 29 Mar 2008, 13:42

when i run dc++ 0.705, after a few minutes it exits without any notice.

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Re: DC++ 0.705

Post by Pietry » 29 Mar 2008, 14:22

That's weird. I use it daily without any problem. No error at all ?
Try to recreate what you are doing in that moment... See if there is an actual reason for the thingy...
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Re: DC++ 0.705

Post by blastbeat » 29 Mar 2008, 15:03

with an actual svn version, i dont have this problem

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Re: DC++ 0.705

Post by Pietry » 30 Mar 2008, 11:37

You think the release package may have a problem ? ( my compiled exe ? )
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Re: DC++ 0.705

Post by blastbeat » 30 Mar 2008, 13:08

i dont know but i tested the 0.705 binary on win xp and 2003 (different hardware and network) and in both cases it randomly exits without an error or notice after a few minutes. i dont know how to reproduce this error, it just happen. when i open the task manager, even the DCPlusPlus task disappeared. this "silent exit bug" appeared in some svns before 0.705, i thought in that time this will be fixed for the release... anyway, later svn seems to work

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Re: DC++ 0.705

Post by Pietry » 09 Apr 2008, 08:47

If the latest svn works ok, the matter seems closed then, but I wonder if this has anything to do with the compile process... Perhaps you use other compiling tools versions ? It would be very ugly for this to be a release vs svn problem...
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