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hard suppose to be HAVE sorry TYPO PEOPLE CALM DOWN its not like its the end of Donationcoder you know...  :P

<Typo person>
There's a Modify button ;)
</Typo person>

PhilKC

27
Mircryption / Re: problems with download from SourceForge
« on: May 19, 2006, 10:20 PM »
* PhilKC mutters under his breath "Because sourceforge sucks"

I've encountered the same thing time and time again with sourceforge, the download gets to x%, then stops... I can only assume it's the SF servers kicking clients off as it doesn't happen anywhere else...

Anyway, after two tries, I managed to get the file, try from http://bluescreenofd...nSuite_Setup_151.exe

PhilKC

28
Living Room / Re: WiFi not working - any suggestions, please?
« on: May 03, 2006, 08:34 AM »
Is it *all* of your internet that fails, or just DNS (Which can feel like everything due to almost everything depending on it.)?

PhilKC

29
Haha, so much for secret :D

PhilKC

30
Borland C++ Builder Contest / Re: Please explain ...
« on: April 09, 2006, 02:31 PM »
I'm not mouser... But:


A) Otherwise the binary submitted could do something nasty like... Delete random files... I don't think the source code is going to be published against your request...
However, authors can elect not to have the source code released to the public.

B) Mouser will be able to give you an answer to this...

C) As far as I know, mouser only speaks English, however, you could help out by translating it into German (Or any other language) and passing it on to mouser...

As I said, I'm not mouser, and my comments above are only assumptions that should be disregarded as soon as mouser replies :)

PhilKC

31
Finished Programs / BMP Converter...
« on: April 07, 2006, 04:52 PM »
Hey folks, just a small app with Explorer integration to convert from BMP to [JPG|PNG|GIF]...

http://bluescreenofdeath.co.uk/BMPC.exe (Requires the .NET 2 framework, you probably already have it, if not see Windows Update or http://www.microsoft...5&DisplayLang=en )

Double click to 'install', it will add the functions to the context menu of all BMP files (I'm looking to make it cascade for the next release...).
To remove, Just run:   BMPC remove

It works on batches of files, just select them all, Right Click-> To [JPG|PNG|GIF]...

Problems, bugs, requests comments... All welcome :)

Have fun,

PhilKC

32
Pseudo code:

StreamReader in = new StreamReader(inputFile);
String[] lines = in.ReadToEnd().Split("\r\n".ToCharArray());
in.Close();
ArrayList checker = new ArrayList();
for (int i=0;i<lines.Length;i++)
     if (!checker.Contains(lines[i]))
          checker.Add(lines[i]);
StreamWriter out = new StreamWriter(outputFile);
for (int i=0;i<checker.Count;i++)
     out.WriteLine(checker(i));
out.Close();

That was from memory, so, I have no idea if it would compile... (It's C# :P)

PhilKC

33
My stupid fault,i didn't correctly read your instructions about the docid.Got it working now.
Hope i didn't cause you any false panic.I will post back after banging around on it for a bit.
Cool stuff and good ideal,i love anything that helps one work with video.Keep up the good work.
-tinyvillager (March 04, 2006, 05:11 AM)

No problemo, I should have made it clearer.

PhilKC

34
I'm Getting this

An unknown error occured: System.Net.WebException: The remote server returned an
 error: (404) Not Found.
   at System.Net.WebClient.DownloadDataInternal(Uri address, WebRequest& request
)
   at System.Net.WebClient.DownloadString(Uri address)
   at System.Net.WebClient.DownloadString(String address)
   at GGrabber.Program.getURL(String docid)
   at GGrabber.Program.getFile(String docid)
   at GGrabber.Program.Main(String[] args)

Should i have Google's player running in the background,logged in,etc. 
-tinyvillager (March 04, 2006, 02:19 AM)

Hmmm, What's the line you gave it, and is it persistant? There isn't any need for Google video player.

PhilKC

35
Can't you just use Google Video Player to download the (high quality) GVI? It saves it the video locally, and is of better quality that the FLVs. Also, since GVI is just DivX /w content protection, u can convert it to AVI if u want with VirtualDub.. or it may already be straight DivX in many cases, not sure on that.

Possibly, although the FLV is only downloaded as a fall back, and the AVI is the same quality as the GVI afaik...
I'd be more willing to use the Google video player if it supported more than just it's own formats...

PhilKC

36
Everyone knows how usefull Google video is, but sometimes it's a shame not be able to save the content locally...

Well...

C:\Documents and Settings\Phil\My Documents\Visual Studio 2005\Projects\GGrabber\GGrabber\bin\Release>GGrabber -5099424926808000009 8248766101102341416

Checking for availible formats... No AVI found, falling back to FLV.
Starting download of Kelly Clarkson - Since U Been Gone - Google Video (-5099424926808000009)
..........................
Your file has now been downloaded, and saved as Kelly Clarkson - Since U Been Gone - Google Video.flv - 1860660 bytes in 26 seconds.

Checking for availible formats... AVI found!
Starting download of Bud Light: Secret Fridge - Google Video (8248766101102341416)
.............................................
Your file has now been downloaded, and saved as 8248766101102341416.avi - 3245476 bytes in 45 seconds.

Thanks for using GGrabber by PhilKC.

C:\Documents and Settings\Phil\My Documents\Visual Studio 2005\Projects\GGrabber\GGrabber\bin\Release>

Now you can ;)...

But, before a full GUI version is made, I need people to test this out, and report bugs/problems or features they would like to see...
It's in C#, .NET 2, which means you need: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=0856eacb-4362-4b0d-8edd-aab15c5e04f5&DisplayLang=en

Then grab the binary from: Here!...

Usage:

GGrabber <Google video DOCID> <Google video DOCID> <Google video DOCID>  etc...

The DOCID is the long value in the URL, like: http://video.google....2341416&q=fridge <-- The DOCID would be 8248766101102341416. Also note that some DOCIDs will have a minus before them, which should be included in the GGrabber line...

It will look for the AVI at first, but, if Google doesn't have an AVI format, it will fall back to FLV (Flash Video). It will try to save it as "Video name".Format, but if the Video Name contains things like : or / then it can't save them as that and will fall back to using the DOCID.

Remember this is more a PoC than a full program... Have fun!

PhilKC

37
Living Room / Re: Ketchup? Anyone?
« on: March 02, 2006, 07:50 AM »
Have you noticed the psyco look on the old lady's face? ;)

* PhilKC thought that was a kid >_>

PhilKC

38
In eclipse I just use

//TODO
//FIXME
//NOTE
and
//WTF

Which automatically adds a task with a priority. (TODO == normal, FIXME == high, NOTE == low and WTF == high)

For VS2005 I end up using a comment block at the top of the class/function in question.

PhilKC

39
Try BitComet. ( www.bitcomet.com )
It's written in c++ and runs very smooth :)

BitComet is more of a leecher tool, and is widely banned by trackers and other peers for various reasons (Not respecting the private flag, not uploading much data, etc)...

As for Java being crap, well, I quite like it, it's often taken for granted that fact that a program can run on almost any OS with absolutly no re-coding... Sure, it's not as light as C or C++ (Although, those complaining about Azureus using too much memory: http://bluescreenofd...o.uk/Temp/Memory.png ) but it serves it purpose...

PhilKC

40
Developer's Corner / Re: Best Programming Music
« on: February 10, 2006, 12:32 AM »
*Playing: Rammstein - Ich Will from Mutter (03:38)*
</automated message>

Rammstein
Nickelback
Queen (Snap!)
Dope
Thin Lizzy
And a load of single tracks from various artists...

PhilKC

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Living Room / Re: Just for fun: What is this ?
« on: February 04, 2006, 06:36 PM »
Zomg! I got moderated! *cries*

Drunk PhilKC

42
Living Room / Re: Is this offesive?
« on: February 04, 2006, 06:35 PM »
pr0n!

Drunk PhilKC

43
Living Room / Re: Just for fun: What is this ?
« on: February 04, 2006, 12:58 PM »
{EDITED BY MOUSER SO OTHERS CAN TRY TO GUESS}

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Post New Requests Here / Re: Group Policy Object Editor Search
« on: February 03, 2006, 02:51 AM »
using System;
using System.IO;
using System.Collections;
using System.Windows.Forms;

namespace dotGPO
{
    public partial class MainForm : Form
    {
        public MainForm()
        {
            InitializeComponent();
            StreamReader reader = new StreamReader("in.txt");
            String[] lines = reader.ReadToEnd().Replace("\n", "").Split(' ', '\r');
            ArrayList name = new ArrayList();
            ArrayList min = new ArrayList();
            ArrayList desc = new ArrayList();
            ArrayList keys = new ArrayList();
            for (int i = 0; (i + 3) < lines.Length; i = i + 4)
            {
                name.Add(lines[i]);
                min.Add(lines[i + 1]);
                desc.Add(lines[i + 2]);
                keys.Add(lines[i + 3]);
            }
            //Do something with the ArrayLists you now have :)
        }
    }
}

in.txt can be downloaded from: http://Bluescreenofdeath.co.uk/in.txt

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Post New Requests Here / Re: Group Policy Object Editor Search
« on: February 03, 2006, 02:25 AM »
Not a program, but any app like Excel will be able to search through these :)

http://download.micr...e/PolicySettings.xls

PhilKC

46
Living Room / Trapped in a room flash games...
« on: January 27, 2006, 04:04 PM »
After clearing up some slight confusion around 'posting' >_>

I hear by declare this to be the System.Threading.Thread thread for all those 'Stuck in a room with a load of innocent looking objects which eventually help you to 'escape'' games...

http://mofuya.com/flash/swan_en102.swf  <--- Clicky!

PhilKC

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NTFS, non server, main PC, BIG difference after defrag'ing (Although I do tend to create a lot of files).
NTFS, server, dedicated, BIG difference after defrag'ing (Those 500MB logs arn't nice ;)).
NTFS, non server, spare PC, Never done anything too heavy after the last defrag, so, no real effect...

I stick to the Windows defrag'er, it works...

If you only use your PC for web browsing, text editing etc, chances are you won't notice the effects, but, games, heavy file I/O apps, server applications etc will ;)

PhilKC

48
Screenshot Captor / Re: Ewido finds malware in KeyHook.dll ??
« on: January 14, 2006, 12:04 AM »
Well...

I expect that a script kiddy has used the same DLL as you, but in a more malicious program, hence the anti-virus' picking up on it.

Public keylogging DLL's are often used this way, and are blacklisted for it.

PhilKC

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Post New Requests Here / Re: IDEA: MP3Drive
« on: January 08, 2006, 09:16 AM »
Um....
if I could simply enter X: into the run prompt, it would be SOOOO Much easier

You can... Start>Run   
C:

Or am I missing something...

PhilKC

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that's awesome, thanks again Phil, i will install .NET and try again.

I really should start versioning my programs, anyway, redownload (I've just uploaded it), i'll start at... 1.0.0.0

PhilKC

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