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Old 21.02.2010, 19:05
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1) When selecting all packages (Ctrl + a), the one on the top goes to the bottom.

2) Click'n'load is not working (at least for me). I have done the "Install" procedure. In the reg file, the paths are correct.

3) With 70k+ links, the database.script file, when saved, contains only part of the links. Most are excluded from the file.


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Old 21.02.2010, 19:46
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A detailed log and example links for the thirdt request missing.

1) I can not agree with request one because i just checked it.

2) Where does click n load not work? Please give some examples.

3) Links or whatever missing

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Old 22.02.2010, 11:25
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3) With 70k+ links, the database.script file, when saved, contains only part of the links. Most are excluded from the file.
Are you doing stress tests or are you keeping a history of links?

There are no other reasons to keep that many links in the download queue. Do you know links can expire?

There have been other posts on the subject.
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Old 22.02.2010, 17:32
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The reason is to keep history ... for stress tests I'd use more than 1G links.
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Old 22.02.2010, 17:36
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1) Well...seems it only happens to me. Could it be due to the large link #?

2) **External links are only visible to Support Staff****External links are only visible to Support Staff**

3) Just links missing...
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Old 23.02.2010, 11:32
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The huge number of links in your download queue is the cause of your troubles. Keep your "history" links in a simple .txt file and use that to check for duplicates.

See also : Feature #176: DownloadHistory.
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Old 23.02.2010, 16:52
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you mean....using the notepad "find" procedure??

That is not practical at all!...

When (if) do you expect to intoduce this feature in JD?
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Old 23.02.2010, 16:56
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BTW.... I don't see how the link # should affect JD's behavior...unless, of course, if you have memory corruption issues...which means:

1) You don't check for memory allocation failures

or

2) you have fixed array limits and you don't check for array boundaries violation.
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Old 24.02.2010, 11:40
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you mean....using the notepad "find" procedure??

That is not practical at all!...

When (if) do you expect to intoduce this feature in JD?
As long as there is no history feature, this is the only way I know. Notepad++ is better than Notepad.

As long as the high priority tasks haven't been finished, the normal priority tasks will not be started, unless you find a Java developer to do it.
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Old 24.02.2010, 11:41
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BTW.... I don't see how the link # should affect JD's behavior...unless, of course, if you have memory corruption issues...which means:

1) You don't check for memory allocation failures

or

2) you have fixed array limits and you don't check for array boundaries violation.
You might have a look at the open source code and decide for yourself.
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Old 24.02.2010, 15:54
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I intend to. How can I access the code?
The code download link shows me these pages: http://svn.jdownloader.org/repositories/browse/jd/trunk

which only allow access to code differences. How can I get a rar with the full code?
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Old 25.02.2010, 12:24
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Please, read this if you're a java programmer.
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Old 25.02.2010, 16:09
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got it!
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