Rajah Lone wrote:For now, MagiCNet is used with STiK API. If MagiCNet is upgraded to install GEMDOS-MiNTnet calls, or if a third party smart utilitary installs them for MagiCNet, then the MiNTnet API will be used directly.
Rajah Lone wrote:- if you have enough RAM (TT-RAM is used, take care to have the latest version of Litchi), then the whole file is downloaded into RAM, then written on disk.
Rajah Lone wrote:Good practice is to use a temp partition, where downloads are targeted, where you can also uncompress the archives.
Rajah Lone wrote:- Litchi is tested with memory protection on Lars's setup. I can't test is myself, but it's MiNT MP compatible. I would guess the crash is due to the GlueSTick part, in the resolver() function. Maybe there's a bug in Litchi if the FTP server name is wrong or not found. I'll investigate.
calimero wrote:- This is general question: can Atari application override tt-ram file-flag settings?
calimero wrote:one offtopic question: for Litchi to use TT-RAM, tt-ram flag must be set on file OR Litchi regardless on tt-ram flag will use TT-RAM?
I don't think people uses this 'get other name' if conflict name when downloading. Thus update is optional.
Update is optional: if SSL/TLS is working on your setup, no need to update. With this release, I got an alert dialog for certificates verification, if you encounter this dialog, click ok + definetly.
About PKZIP compression in KKcmd wrote:1. double window method (classic):
- create empty zip file.
- browse the .ZIP contents as if it was a folder, UTF-8 encoded names supported.
- add files from the other window. if a same filename, the old zipentry is deleted, replaced by the new one.
- extract files to the other window.
2. inside window method (new, like in MacOSX Finder, for lazy users, deflate.ldg must be installed):
- select one or several files and folders, then right-click for context pop-up, with 'add to archive' option. If one item selected, then it's the same name + zip extension. If several items, then it's called 'archive.zip'.
- select a *.ZIP file, then right-click for context pop-up, with 'extract' option. A folder named by zipfile name is created and populated with all uncompressed zip entries.
Rajah Lone wrote:Thanks.
I thought NNTPS support was a bit useless (possible but rare in France). The difficulty is to find a usenet SSL server, but easy to implement. In the TODO list. May appear in an update instead of an upgrade.
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