• nntpserve bug?

    From Merlin@VERT to All on Sun Jan 5 00:57:00 2003
    There appears to be a bug in nntpservice.js but it looks too complex for me to find it!

    When you post a mesage via nntpservice it marks it as moderated. I believe that it should only do this if the conference is set to moderated.

    I have one conference set to moderated but all nntp posts are marked moderated. If I remove the moderated conference from SCFG, then all appears to be ok and posts are posted properly unmoderated again.

    Can anyone duplicate this problem just to make sure it's not me!

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  • From Tracker1@VERT to All on Sun Jan 5 00:30:00 2003
    Merlin wrote:
    There appears to be a bug in nntpservice.js but it looks too complex for me to
    find it!

    When you post a mesage via nntpservice it marks it as moderated. I believe that
    it should only do this if the conference is set to moderated.

    I have one conference set to moderated but all nntp posts are marked moderated.
    If I remove the moderated conference from SCFG, then all appears to be ok and posts are posted properly unmoderated again.

    Can anyone duplicate this problem just to make sure it's not me!

    I commented out those lines in my copy... I beleive there are some changes
    in sbbs to support this.. re-build from cvs... if you aren't running a
    version built from cvs, then get the nntpservice.js from the 3.10j
    package...

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  • From Digital Man@VERT to Merlin on Sun Jan 5 02:06:28 2003
    Re: nntpserve bug?
    By: Merlin to All on Sun Jan 05 2003 12:57 am

    There appears to be a bug in nntpservice.js but it looks too complex for me find it!

    When you post a mesage via nntpservice it marks it as moderated. I believe t it should only do this if the conference is set to moderated.

    The bug is actually in the version of SBBS you're running, not nntpservice.js. You need to go back to the version of nntpserivce.js that came with the version of SBBS you're using.

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  • From Merlin@VERT to Digital Man on Sun Jan 5 14:14:00 2003
    Re: nntpserve bug?
    By: Digital Man to Merlin on Sun Jan 05 2003 02:06 am

    Re: nntpserve bug?
    By: Merlin to All on Sun Jan 05 2003 12:57 am

    There appears to be a bug in nntpservice.js but it looks too complex for find it!

    When you post a mesage via nntpservice it marks it as moderated. I believ it should only do this if the conference is set to moderated.

    The bug is actually in the version of SBBS you're running, not nntpservice.j You need to go back to the version of nntpserivce.js that came with the vers of SBBS you're using.

    Yes! I thought I was using the latest version that I compiled the other day, but it appears that someone (Me!) forgot to copy the newly compiled version to my sbbs/exec dir!

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  • From Corey@VERT to Merlin on Sun Jan 5 08:03:00 2003
    Re: nntpserve bug?
    By: Merlin to Digital Man on Sun Jan 05 2003 02:14 pm

    Re: nntpserve bug?
    By: Digital Man to Merlin on Su

    Re: nntpserve bug?
    By: Merlin to All on Sun Jan 05 2003 12:57 am

    There appears to be a bug in nntpservice.js but it looks too complex f find it!

    When you post a mesage via nntpservice it marks it as moderated. I bel it should only do this if the conference is set to moderated.

    The bug is actually in the version of SBBS you're running, not nntpservic You need to go back to the version of nntpserivce.js that came with the v of SBBS you're using.

    Yes! I thought I was using the latest version that I compiled the other day, but it appears that someone (Me!) forgot to copy the newly compiled version my sbbs/exec dir!

    Merlin
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  • From Prime@VERT to Corey on Wed Jun 25 23:15:00 2003
    Re: nntpserve bug?
    By: Corey to Merlin on Sun Jan 05 2003 08:03 am

    "Champagne for my real friends, and real pain for my sham friends"

    Is it just me, or does anyone else find taglines a source of great wisdom?...

    I was wondering... Are there any plans to excise Baja as a possible way to add mods and shells, or is it allways going to stick around?

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  • From Digital Man@VERT to Prime on Thu Jun 26 14:12:36 2003
    Re: nntpserve bug?
    By: Prime to Corey on Wed Jun 25 2003 11:15 pm

    "Champagne for my real friends, and real pain for my sham friends"

    Is it just me, or does anyone else find taglines a source of great wisdom?..

    I was wondering... Are there any plans to excise Baja as a possible way to a mods and shells, or is it allways going to stick around?

    I don't know about "always", but there is currently no foreseeable reason to remove Baja support.

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  • From Angus Mcleod@VERT to Prime on Fri Jun 27 13:20:00 2003
    Re: nntpserve bug?
    By: Prime to Corey on Wed Jun 25 2003 23:15:00

    I was wondering... Are there any plans to excise Baja as a possible way to a mods and shells, or is it allways going to stick around?

    When the JS support is finally complete ( imagine the need for BAJA will wither away. Perhaps eventually it will be removed from the codebase (as was dial-up support). But I would expect (and advise) that a lengthy period pass before that happen.

    Of course DM may tell you his precise plans...

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  • From tracker1@VERT to All on Fri Jun 27 16:41:00 2003
    Angus wrote:
    I was wondering... Are there any plans to excise Baja as a possible
    way to a mods and shells, or is it allways going to stick around?

    When the JS support is finally complete ( imagine the need for BAJA
    will wither away. Perhaps eventually it will be removed from the codebase (as was dial-up support). But I would expect (and advise) that a lengthy period pass before that happen.

    Of course DM may tell you his precise plans...

    AFAIK rob doesn't intend on removing baja support... but I personally don't
    see it really advancing at all.. pretty much anything new will be done in
    JS... beyond that, JS is pretty complete, my board runs 99.99% JS, with
    the only exception being the small stub to load my command shell.

    In the S3 shell, there are still a couple of things in the file section
    that will launch baja commands on the fly, simply because I am not sure
    how they are supposed to work in js, or that they work in js properly.

    arrays, and oo-code are probably the two biggest reasons imho to jump
    to js... (finally getting some time to work on my bbs this weekend.)
    may come up with something, or some things that are new. :)

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