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[Files] Bourriquet an Edonkey Client for MorphosANN.lu
Posted on 09-Sep-2004 11:09 GMT by MorphOS19 comments
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This client have been written from scratch by Rusback (mainly MUI GUI) and sixk (Protocol reverse Engineering and core developement) This is a Beta version, actually you can connect server, search for files, download (small) files and upload. Debug output have not been removed (sorry).

This is mainly a version for test purposes, not really a fully usable version. Coders can join the project getting in touch with sixk or Rusback. Sources are available for free from the Morgoth Castor-cvs, so if you want to have a look just ask Morgoth.

We really need help on this project, cause lot of things needs to be done.

More informations may be found on: http://www.rusback.org/news.html

Download the archive here.

This news was found on morphzone.org
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Posted by cheesegrate (218.214.200.58) on 09-Sep-2004 10:16 GMT
wow, proof that they are still great programmers in the amiga 'scene'
well done congratulations, overnet/edonkey is quite a good system ;)

wow, IMAGINE that! two seperate ports of edonkey for mos... gives me hope for the amiga community. now the remaining programmerxs need to get their friends into programming and there needs to be a reason for it. maybe mos os4 on mac???

AGAIN WELL DONE this is amazaing!!!!

adam c
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Posted by priest (192.100.124.218) on 09-Sep-2004 10:27 GMT
It seems that MOS has got SW momentum going strongly. I think SW release rate is about the same level than what it was for 68k AOS few years ago.
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Posted by Anonymous (81.226.152.106) on 09-Sep-2004 12:52 GMT
eeek! nice! any chanse of an aos4 port?
'bout time people burried the knifes and co-opped between the pŲatforms.
up rough will release for both aos4/mos as far as we can. we are currently
porting our musicdisks to both aos4 and mos. seems like this is the
general approach in the demoscene but not in the shareware scene. :/
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Posted by Lando (82.69.46.251) on 09-Sep-2004 15:43 GMT
In reply to Comment 3 (Anonymous):
The problem is, for these programmers to port to OS4 they need an A1, which is very expensive. Genesi had the right idea giving free machines to developers with a proven track record.
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Posted by JoŽl EHRET (80.15.166.209) on 09-Sep-2004 18:14 GMT
In reply to Comment 1 (cheesegrate):
Sixk didn't port edonkey...

He reversed engineered the protocol and wrote the clietn from scratch.. and it's not finished :-D
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Posted by James Carroll (210.86.85.170) on 09-Sep-2004 18:27 GMT
In reply to Comment 3 (Anonymous):
when are you guys releasing some rtg+ahi stuff? me wants to hear!! I love scene demoes..

the Zero - Universe demo is all I've got to keep me going.. heheh :)
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Posted by James Carroll (210.86.85.170) on 09-Sep-2004 18:28 GMT
Okay who do I have to sleep with to get an OS4 port done..?

*licks lips*
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Posted by brotheris (212.59.0.29) on 09-Sep-2004 18:40 GMT
In reply to Comment 7 (James Carroll):
Join the project and do it yourself.
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Posted by cheesegrate (218.214.200.58) on 09-Sep-2004 19:24 GMT
In reply to Comment 4 (Lando):
> Genesi had the right idea giving free machines to developers with a proven track >record.
i was under the impression u can compile mos binaries with linux gcc ppc and x86?
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Posted by spot (195.252.37.136) on 09-Sep-2004 21:00 GMT
In reply to Comment 6 (James Carroll):
we are porting the ep's to os4/mos. but i can't say when just yet. :(
work is being done though. a new ep is also being worked on. :)
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Posted by Leo (82.65.125.85) on 09-Sep-2004 22:17 GMT
@Cheesegrate: sure you can use cross-compilation... I myself have been using UAE to create my first MOS programs. But when it comes to bigger projects, you really need a Pegasos (or something running MorphOS, like BPPC,...), and another computer to receive debug information btw.

Leo.
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Posted by Ronald St-Maurice (67.68.20.86) on 09-Sep-2004 23:37 GMT
In reply to Comment 5 (JoŽl EHRET):
He took the eMule GPL source code. I doubt he reverse engineered eDonkey protocol.
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Posted by JoŽl EHRET (81.51.134.192) on 10-Sep-2004 01:38 GMT
In reply to Comment 12 (Ronald St-Maurice):
I know the guy and i know what I said..
moreover he told it himself http://amiga.comscripts.com/phpBB/viewtopic.php?topic=84&forum=2
so stop being affrmative when you don't know anything....
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Posted by Ronald St-Maurice (67.68.20.86) on 10-Sep-2004 02:01 GMT
In reply to Comment 13 (JoŽl EHRET):
I've seen screenshots of this P2P app, it's based on eMule. :)
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Posted by brotheris (212.59.0.29) on 10-Sep-2004 03:26 GMT
In reply to Comment 14 (Ronald St-Maurice):
It looks similar and because of that network code has to be from emule ? =)
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Posted by SixK (62.8.24.95) on 10-Sep-2004 06:08 GMT
I had a look at Emule sources, but C++ is not really easy to understand...
Simply try to understand how is made the handshaking between client and server and you will understand that C++ is unreadable for common people.
When I first started the project, there where few uncomplet documentations on the protocol, so I had to Reverse Engineer the protocol by analysing Tcp/Ip packets and contents of messages.
Now it's a bit different, a project named pDonkey have listed and documented nearly all messages of the protocol. So it make the job a bit more easy.
But there is not all subtilities in this documentation, so you have to experiment and analyse.

SixK
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Posted by varthall (151.8.79.164) on 10-Sep-2004 10:00 GMT
In reply to Comment 10 (spot):
> we are porting the ep's to os4/mos. but i can't say when just yet. :(
> work is being done though. a new ep is also being worked on. :)
Yep, I can confirm that it's in the works, at least the A1 version :) I've seen that a developer package is available for Morphos, has anybody tried to compile mos code under AmigaOs4?

Varthall
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Posted by Anonymous Orc (62.254.0.36) on 10-Sep-2004 17:40 GMT
In reply to Comment 9 (cheesegrate):
you can cross compile for AOS4 too.
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Posted by Develin (81.228.156.194) on 15-Sep-2004 15:48 GMT
In reply to Comment 18 (Anonymous Orc):
Yeah, that's probably true...
But you need the SDK for OS4, and that isn't free and available for everyone as MOS SDK is. Since the only way atm. is to own a A1, which is a fortune for the lot of us (concerning of what you get for the money).

For Hyperion, why not release the SDK for everyone ? You haven't really got much to loose by doing it...
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