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tshdos,
did you code that hostcache?
i have a question: how can i connect to your
hostcache using my client?
do i just have to enter that url in my client or
how can i manage that?
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did you code that hostcache?
Yes

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i have a question: how can i connect to your
hostcache using my client?
do i just have to enter that url in my client or
how can i manage that?
I am not sure. I have been looking through the Gnucleus source and I can't find where it actually tries to use a webcache. Try asking in the Gnucleus forum.
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Default Small code update

Had to change the line endings and added some checking that should have already been there.
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tshdos,
lets work together on a asp hostcache ok?
i wanted to code that too but i dont want us
to be 'rivals' (look at those childish flames of bearshare
and limewire). i have asked that guy who coded
that gwebcache for gnucleus:
open gnucleus, go to help and their you can
report the url of your hostcache.
i think they are adding it on their connect1.gnutellanet.com
or something like that.
however, i dont like that indirect method:
i wanted to code a full working visual basic client,
and compile it to a dll so i can use it in asp.
that client should only connect to other, pass them
his known nodes and disconnect.
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Default ColdFusion GWebCache

If anyone is interested, this topic moved me to translate GWebCache from PHP to ColdFusion. It's stable, but requires that you either have CF Pro or Enterprise, not Express, and that CFCONTENT and CFFILE tags are enabled on your host. It can be found at http://www.cultiv8r.com/cultiv8r/gwebcache.

Since CFContent is an issue in my case, I'll be translating it to Delphi as well, to make it an ISAPI DLL and/or regular CGI executable (for Windows environments only though). Any interest in such critter?

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sure i'm interested cultiv8r!
but i dont know cf or delphi, but i heard that
delphi is the same as pascal (which i learned 5 years ago
when i was 10).

by the way,
i have submitted tshdos' hostcache to gnucleus and
its now working....
http://www.uncertaindesign.com/ffsit...spwebcache.asp
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but i heard that
delphi is the same as pascal (which i learned 5 years ago
when i was 10).
Yup. A fairly extended version of OOP Pascal, but still the basic syntax. Still able to run Turbo Pascal 3.1 apps without many changes, but who would want that these days *g*.

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by the way,
i have submitted tshdos' hostcache to gnucleus and
its now working....
http://www.uncertaindesign.com/ffsit...spwebcache.asp
Cool, saw it running. Looks good, fast response too. One thing I'm so eager about GWebCache is that I advocated a similar system not too long ago. There are plenty of user who have a website or home-based webserver that don't mind providing the service of a host cache - but a pure Gnutella-based host cache is a bit overkill for all what it is supposed to do. Hope it catches on well!

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a pure Gnutella-based host cache is a bit overkill
Do you mean a host cache which is not only caching but connecting directly to other nodes like I said as a pure Gnutella based host cache? I think this would be better because the GWebcache method works only indirectly (you have to report Gnucleus) and although Gnucleus is great - I really hate it to be addicted to anybody. The other method works without Gnucleus too.
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Do you mean a host cache which is not only caching but connecting directly to other nodes like I said as a pure Gnutella based host cache? I think this would be better because the GWebcache method works only indirectly (you have to report Gnucleus) and although Gnucleus is great - I really hate it to be addicted to anybody. The other method works without Gnucleus too.
I was more referring to a full-fledged Gnutella client, such as gnutellahosts.com using BearShare for the purpose handing out a few pongs. If you'd like host caches widely spread among more comon users (think in terms of people using websites hosted at an internet provider or at home), such will not succeed. You'll need to have a system that takes up less resources, etc. You can still connect to other host caches, and exchange data, but it shouldn't be as frequent as what we're accustomed to with a true Gnutella client. Another issue, again focusing on the common users, is that Web services are usually limited to HTTP or FTP. If one can fully utilize that, which is something the current GWebCache comes close to, then that's of course excellent. But, it's all a matter of opinion though - I tend to use examples that hit closer to home.

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I like the idea of an ISAPI extension and was actually starting to write one in C++ after I finished the ASP one.
I was also considering writing a small web server app that would function like the GWebCache but would not be reliant on any web server software.

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tshdos, lets work together on a asp hostcache ok?
i wanted to code that too but i dont want us
to be 'rivals' (look at those childish flames of bearshare
and limewire).
No problem, I am not trying to compete with anyone. I would just like to see more options all around.

cultiv8r, does the cfcontent tag really remove all the extra whitespace? When I used to use cold fusion, that was one thing that really annoyed me. I think when CF5 came out they finally added an option to eliminate the whitespace but I switched to ASP before I ever had a chance to try it.
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