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Offline unsane

Re: Tox
« Reply #180 on: 20 02 2015, 12:48:56 »
Wishmaster, good idea. it will be implemented in next build.

Vulpix, Did you have nodes in node list?
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Offline Vulpix

Re: Tox
« Reply #181 on: 20 02 2015, 13:09:40 »
unsane - Well, yes, but they were not showing in the GUI (I have not modded his db yet). It's my friend's miranda. We also only left two nodes in the node list. Is it required to keep more nodes in the node list?
 

Offline Vulpix

Re: Tox
« Reply #182 on: 20 02 2015, 17:08:49 »
I'm a little confused on what's happening with the plugin right now, hehe.

If I change NodeCount to Node_Count, then I see all the nodes, except... (and I think this is because the numbering changed from 1 to 0 or something?) one of the nodes remains stuck in the DB. I've deleted it.

If you delete all the nodes, Tox still connects. Which nodes is it using? Some hardcoded ones? Which are those? Do the settings from the node list have any effect right now?

Furthermore, the "tox.ini" file, how is it being loaded? My friend put it in the plugins folder but got no nodes into the db from it.

:o looks a bit mixed up right now.
 

Offline Mataes

Re: Tox
« Reply #183 on: 20 02 2015, 17:52:29 »
there are 2 ways of loading nodes: from db and from ini. They both work. tox.ini should be in Plugins folder
 

Offline unsane

Re: Tox
« Reply #184 on: 20 02 2015, 17:58:42 »
I'm a little confused on what's happening with the plugin right now, hehe.
It's under construction right now. But as Mataes said both variants are working.
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Offline Vulpix

Re: Tox
« Reply #185 on: 20 02 2015, 18:07:37 »
there are 2 ways of loading nodes: from db and from ini. They both work. tox.ini should be in Plugins folder

The tox.ini in Plugins folder is not working for me. I just tried it; nothing is loaded. I checked the database to make sure and DB is empty too.

EDIT:
Wait I think I'm misunderstanding. Loading nodes from the ini doesn't actually put them in the tox nodes options section (i.e. they are not displayed there). Right? It just uses them to connect, that's all. If that is so, then it probably works, but how do I know it does if I can't see any log or anything that indicates the nodes have been loaded?
« Last Edit: 20 02 2015, 18:18:17 by Vulpix »
 

Offline Mataes

Re: Tox
« Reply #186 on: 20 02 2015, 18:32:50 »

Yes plugin don't add nodes from ini to db.you don't need know what nodes plugin use. For you main thing: it works.

 

Offline Wishmaster

Re: Tox
« Reply #187 on: 20 02 2015, 18:48:28 »
Yes plugin don't add nodes from ini to db.
Well, why not? It might make sense to save them to use them later after ini file has been deleted?
 

Offline Vulpix

Re: Tox
« Reply #188 on: 20 02 2015, 18:59:43 »
The reason I use miranda and not some stupid skype etc ... is because I hate how those applications think they "know better". Maybe so; but I like to know what's going on underneath. Those applications are all like - no changelogs, no info, it works, so accept it!

If it's not super difficult to do, would it be possible to at least display the nodes that are currently loaded from the INI, even if you don't plan on storing them in the DB?
« Last Edit: 20 02 2015, 19:02:14 by Vulpix »
 

Offline Mataes

Re: Tox
« Reply #189 on: 20 02 2015, 19:03:44 »
for what? this information useless for you. Actually you don't know what node uses now. Storing nodes in ini file is better for managering.
in db stores your personal nodes and they uses first
 

Offline Mataes

Re: Tox
« Reply #190 on: 20 02 2015, 19:05:56 »
You can't use this information and take benefit from it
 

Offline Vulpix

Re: Tox
« Reply #191 on: 20 02 2015, 19:11:00 »
I suppose the idea was to make it better to debug if I'm getting disconnected. At least put it in log that node X was used to bootstrap from or something?

But if it's too much trouble then forget it.
 

Offline Mataes

Re: Tox
« Reply #192 on: 20 02 2015, 19:11:55 »
no, this function created not for you :)
 

Offline watcherTopic starter

Re: Tox
« Reply #193 on: 21 02 2015, 19:41:08 »
Binaries updated to r12226.Tox.ini with additional nodes is now supplied with plugin archive, please unpack it to Plugins folder with Tox.dll. Please update manually from attachments in the first post. Please backup Tox profile before updating to this revision! It may become corrupted!

Common nodes from tox.ini
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Offline watcherTopic starter

Re: Tox
« Reply #194 on: 22 02 2015, 08:44:03 »
Binaries updated to r12253. Please update manually from attachments in the first post. Please backup Tox profile before updating to this revision! It may become corrupted!
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