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QuickDC

QuickDC is a UNIX/Linux client for Neo-Modus's Direct Connect filesharing network. It resembles the DC++ client for Win32 and supports most of the same extended features such as multiple hubs and bz2 compressed browse lists.

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  •  02 Dec 2003 19:40

Release Notes: This release adds major code restructuring, rewrites, and cleanups. QuickDC now requires the KDE desktop environment. The GUI has been completely reworked, a lot of new features have been added, and several critical bugs have been fixed. It is significantly faster and more reliable.

  •  05 Jul 2003 21:07

Release Notes: This version adds support for moving complete downloads, and adds improved recursive downloads. There are lots of GUI changes/updates, and lots of code cleanups, optimizations, and bugfixes.

  •  22 Mar 2003 20:10

Release Notes: This release is an upgrade to Qt 3.x and gcc 3.x. It compiles and works on FreeBSD. New features include recursive file downloads, search replies, improved queue management, and transfer scheduling. Also, numerous bugs have been addressed along with other feature improvements.

No changes have been submitted for this release.

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20 Nov 2005 14:25 keepthedistance

won't compile
Hello ppls,

I use a CentOS 4.3 with all updates makes. I download quickdc, but when I try to compile he gives me errors. The configure part work fine. This are the errors reported:

In file included from clienthandler.cpp:27:

../queuemanager.h:248: error: extra semicolon

clienthandler.cpp: In member function `virtual void ClientHandler::processCommand(const QString&)':

clienthandler.cpp:142: warning: format not a string literal and no format arguments

clienthandler.cpp:287: warning: too many arguments for format

clienthandler.cpp: In member function `void ClientHandler::handleGet(const QString&)':

clienthandler.cpp:334: warning: format not a string literal and no format arguments

clienthandler.cpp:344: warning: format not a string literal and no format arguments

clienthandler.cpp: In member function `void ClientHandler::transfer()':

clienthandler.cpp:491: warning: format not a string literal and no format arguments

If anybody can help me pls post a reply or send me an email.

Thnks

16 Jan 2004 11:36 scots_butcher

Installing Error
hi Jan Vidar,

excuse my ignorancy, but I'm a newbie in Linux and am trying to install quickdc......when running ./configure this error msg is displayed:
"checking for X... configure: error: Can't find X includes. Please check your installation and add the correct paths!"
Help is very much appreciated....

cheers!!!

21 Jul 2003 11:31 jvk

Re: Why is there NO documentation with this program?

> And, more importantly, WHY
> can't QUICKDC start up without it and
> create one of its own once you use its
> GUI to set it up? Am I just thick, or
> has anyone else run into this
> problem?
>


Actually, QuickDC checks if the file ~/.quickdc/conf.xml exists,
if it doesn't it will create it using a default configuration.
Why it doesn't work for you is probably due to other factors.
Please check your system settings (permissions, disk space, is
your HOME environment variable set?), and please send me
the console output when you start up QuickDC.

I'm not sure what might be wrong, but check the following:
If your home directory doesn't exist, QuickDC will issue a
warning. If the ~/.quickdc/ subdir cannot be created it will
issue a warning and exit. If the ~/.quickdc/conf.xml file
doesn't exist or looks bad it will issue a warning and load
defaults (and write it back to the file).

19 Jul 2003 22:15 oldpink

Why is there NO documentation with this program?
I was able to download, compile, and install this program with no problems. However, when I try to start it up, it complains about a missing "~/.quickdc/conf.xml" and exits. I dug through all the sources for how to create this configuration file to no avail. There is no example conf.xml anywhere to be found, either. I even tried to create a zero-length file by just doing a "touch ~/.quickdc/conf.xml", but once again, the program refuses to start. How in the world can anyone honestly be expected to use this program if there is no provision for it to start without an arcane and NONEXISTENT configuration file? Would it really be too much to ask for there to be a decent example conf.xml either in the source tree or on the SourceForge Project page? This program is probably quite useful...IF you have this configuration file handy. Where is it? And, more importantly, WHY can't QUICKDC start up without it and create one of its own once you use its GUI to set it up? Am I just thick, or has anyone else run into this problem?

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