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Miguelito
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PostPosted: Tue Sep 23, 2003 11:14 Post subject: Some problems Reply with quote

Sorry, i'm a bit new in this, but i'm very interested because i'm doing a project for my universitary career about P2P in general. I was searching for something like this in the net (the most important be doing in java).
I have being trying in my office with windows 98 (the version 0.02.3) but the gui doesn't function. I can't load a server list, the download slot is inservivle for the moment and the language preference don't function too.
It isn't any critic but i want to know if these functionalities are available or not (this afternoon i'll try in my home with windows xp).
Are the core or sacli options available (i want to say) they can function?
Thaks in advance and sorry for my poor english.
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PostPosted: Tue Sep 23, 2003 13:45 Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi Miquelito,
I am afraid, the current CVS GUI is still lacking any serious functionality at the moment. There exists a servlet based web interface done by zwolle , but i dont know if it was included into the 02.3 release ( i build my software from the CVS ).

The core itself is running. The SACLI, althoug sometimes bombing out with "Exception: (null)" is ready for use so far. AFICR the localising stuff is a bit hairly too, e.g changing the character sets are not working for some reason.

The 'help' command at SACLI level is your friend.
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