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DCC Script #68165 16/01/04 04:21 PM
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I am trying to make a script that will do DCC send get resume
using sockets but have no where to start. I have read some tutorials but none where very infomative and I am kinda iffy on how to use bread and bwrite. If any of you could help or point me in the right direction that would help greatly.


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Re: DCC Script #68166 17/01/04 04:40 AM
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you dont want to write a multi source downloader do you?

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Re: DCC Script #68167 17/01/04 05:24 AM
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I just want to script an alternate to mIRC's DCC since it doesnt want to work right half the time.


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Re: DCC Script #68168 17/01/04 06:42 AM
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I did look at it myself at one point, but got side tracked on other things.

What do you find that doesnt work correctly ?, the only thing i feel is missing is the ability to rename the file from within a script, currently i give it a new folder, then move it when it finishes (bit trashy but hey so am i <grin>)

Re: DCC Script #68169 17/01/04 06:57 AM
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I have nothing yet, not even a starting point. I was looking at tutorials before but none of them really talked about how the DCC Transfer protocal worked.


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