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0.4.2.0 build 420

Started by PPK, 11 December, 2012, 23:37:47

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PPK

Windows x86/x64 version with GUI and Lua 5.1.5: http://www.ptokax.org/files/0.4.2.0b420-Lua5.1.5.7z
Windows x86/x64 service with Lua 5.1.5: http://www.ptokax.org/files/0.4.2.0b420-Lua5.1.5-service.7z

Windows x86/x64 version with GUI  and Lua 5.2.1: http://www.ptokax.org/files/0.4.2.0b420-Lua5.2.1.7z
Windows x86/x64 service with Lua 5.2.1: http://www.ptokax.org/files/0.4.2.0b420-Lua5.2.1-service.7z

Source is in SVN

Quote from: Changes from build 401
Added: Removing PXBReader.o on make clean (thx Alexey for report).
Added: IP2Country now work for 6to4 and Teredo connections.
Added: IP2Country.Reload Lua api function to reload ip to country database from database files.
Added: RegMan.AddReg now support second syntax RegMan.AddReg(sNick, nProfileNumber). That way user is asked for password and registered after he send it.
Added: Users connected with IPv6 using 6to4 or teredo tunneling have automatically IPv4 active connection available without need to support any protocol extension.
Added: Checking if IPv4 is available and make correct choices related on that.
Added: Targets to makefile.
Changed: !ban and !tempban now working for offline nicks and create nickban for them.
Changed: Nick taken to udp debug is reported only when IPs or Nicks don't match.
Fixed: Active IPv6 search was created for passive IPv6 user when he sent active IPv4 search with wrong IP.
Fixed: Missing passive IPv6 search request when passive IPv6 user sent active IPv4 search request.
Fixed: Lost data when they are generated in send loop.
Fixed: Error message on script syntax checking when PtokaX api call is outside function.
Fixed: Doubleclick in gui on script now open script editor only when it is not on checkbox.
Fixed: !nickban and !nicktempban allowed to ban user with higher profile when he was offline.
Fixed: Reply to chat from Lua script was sent before that chat (ie from talkbot).
Fixed: Missing GB translation in !getinfo command (thx Alexey for report).
Fixed: Bad performance in IP hash table indexing for IPv6 addresses.
Fixed: Compile errors on Haiku OS.
Fixed: UserDisconnected was sent to all scripts when user was disconnected in UserConnected, not only to scripts that receive UserConnected as it should be.
Removed: Obsolete client tags.
Removed: Obsolete setting to accept unknown tag.
Updated: Link to PtokaX wiki.

Makefile for non-windows OSes was improved. Now contains targets.
You can build PtokaX on Debian/Ubuntu (and probably others that are based on them) by simple make when you have Lua 5.1.x, or make lua52 when you have Lua 5.2.x.
When you have CentOS 5 then you can use make centos5-32 for i386 or make centos5-64 for x86_64.
When you have CentOS 6 then use make centos6.
When you have FreeBSD then use gmake freebsd.
And last target in actual makefile is for Haiku and it is make haiku  8)
"Most of you are familiar with the virtues of a programmer. There are three, of course: laziness, impatience, and hubris." - Larry Wall

bastya_elvtars

Quote from: PPK on 11 December, 2012, 23:37:47
When you have FreeBSD then use gmake freebsd.

For this to work, one must install devel/gmake from the ports tree (or pkgsrc) on *BSD.
Everything could have been anything else and it would have just as much meaning.

PPK

Yes, as it is in compile guide for FreeBSD on this board and in wiki...
"Most of you are familiar with the virtues of a programmer. There are three, of course: laziness, impatience, and hubris." - Larry Wall

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