Commandline Client?

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DanyaelX

Commandline Client?

Post by DanyaelX » 20 Oct 2008, 17:33

Hi!

I've just found ADC and it looks much more stable and sound than DC, but I have one question.

Is there a command line only client availeble?

Like dolda connect or rtorrent to give two examples of commandline clients for P2P.

thanks in advance!

///Chris Danyael X

Toast

Re: Commandline Client?

Post by Toast » 20 Oct 2008, 17:34

Think NanoDC is commandline

DanyaelX

Re: Commandline Client?

Post by DanyaelX » 21 Oct 2008, 07:03

Thanks for the help!

///Chris Danyael X

Toast

Re: Commandline Client?

Post by Toast » 21 Oct 2008, 15:18

np not sure if its adc 1.0 yet thou havent tested it or read up on it

rhys_rhaven
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Re: Commandline Client?

Post by rhys_rhaven » 30 Jan 2009, 02:11

I just wanted to update this thread in case someone else looks for it.

Nanodc doesn't work, as it hasn't been updated in a long while. It is supposed to be based on the same core as Linuxdcpp which does support ADC, but since it isn't updated I don't know.

More importantly, it has not been updated to the newer versions of GCC (4.3?) and thus hits a bunch of compile errors.

microdc2 also exists, doubt it supports ADC, and in my experience segfaults on any negotiation with the .707 DC++ clients.

Zido
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Re: Commandline Client?

Post by Zido » 11 Jul 2011, 19:56

New client, but it is in beta ;)

http://dev.yorhel.nl/ncdc

pR0Ps
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Re: Commandline Client?

Post by pR0Ps » 17 Jul 2011, 23:20

rhys_rhaven wrote: microdc2 also exists, doubt it supports ADC, and in my experience segfaults on any negotiation with the .707 DC++ clients.
Development on microdc2 has been discontinued and I can confirm that it is NMDC only and segfaults a TON.

A few people were talking about using the DC++ core and developing a cross-platform CLI client with ncurses, but as far as I know, that project hasn't got off the ground yet. As of now, there is no fully developed client to suit your needs. I've heard good things about the beta of ncdc though, so keep your eye on that.

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