• .SRC Files

    From Smeg@VERT to All on Tue Jan 6 13:16:52 2009
    I just found an ollllld backup of Smooth Noodle Boot with all the Baja source files not corrupted like my other backup.
    I tried to upload them here but SyncTERM kept crashing as soon as I initiated the transfer.
    Should I even bother?
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  • From Corey@VERT to Smeg on Tue Jan 6 13:59:28 2009
    Re: .SRC Files
    By: Smeg to All on Tue Jan 06 2009 01:16 pm

    I just found an ollllld backup of Smooth Noodle Boot with all the Baja sourc files not corrupted like my other backup.
    I tried to upload them here but SyncTERM kept crashing as soon as I initiate the transfer.
    Should I even bother?


    yes. upload them some other way. your stuff was great.

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  • From Digital Man@VERT to Smeg on Tue Jan 6 16:39:17 2009
    Re: .SRC Files
    By: Smeg to All on Tue Jan 06 2009 01:16 pm

    I just found an ollllld backup of Smooth Noodle Boot with all the Baja source files not corrupted like my other backup.
    I tried to upload them here but SyncTERM kept crashing as soon as I initiated the transfer.
    Should I even bother?

    Yes, please. What version of SyncTERM? You can also use HyperTerminal (comes with pre-Vista Windows).

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  • From Deuce@VERT to Smeg on Tue Jan 6 18:32:02 2009
    Re: .SRC Files
    By: Smeg to All on Tue Jan 06 2009 01:16 pm

    I just found an ollllld backup of Smooth Noodle Boot with all the Baja source files not corrupted like my other backup.
    I tried to upload them here but SyncTERM kept crashing as soon as I initiated the transfer.
    Should I even bother?

    Yes! And grab the latest SyncTERM (not the installer) I'm pretty sure this is fixed now.

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  • From Smeg@VERT to Digital Man on Wed Jan 7 00:12:30 2009
    Re: .SRC Files
    By: Digital Man to Smeg on Tue Jan 06 2009 04:39 pm

    Yes, please. What version of SyncTERM? You can also use HyperTerminal
    (comes with pre-Vista Windows).

    As Deuce suggested in the next message, I updated my SyncTERM (to the same version) and it worked. Should be sitting there now.

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  • From Smeg@VERT to Deuce on Wed Jan 7 00:13:02 2009
    Re: .SRC Files
    By: Deuce to Smeg on Tue Jan 06 2009 06:32 pm

    Yes! And grab the latest SyncTERM (not the installer) I'm pretty sure this is fixed now.

    That did it, thanx

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  • From Digital Man@VERT to Smeg on Wed Jan 7 16:52:49 2009
    Re: .SRC Files
    By: Smeg to Digital Man on Wed Jan 07 2009 12:12 am

    Re: .SRC Files
    By: Digital Man to Smeg on Tue Jan 06 2009 04:39 pm

    Yes, please. What version of SyncTERM? You can also use HyperTerminal (comes with pre-Vista Windows).

    As Deuce suggested in the next message, I updated my SyncTERM (to the same version) and it worked. Should be sitting there now.

    Yes it is! Thanks!

    For the curious, you can grab it at ftp://vert.synchro.net/main/smeg/swsource.zip

    Likely some of the best Baja code ever written.

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  • From Tracker1@VERT to Deuce on Wed Jan 7 18:22:41 2009
    On 1/6/2009 7:32 PM, Deuce wrote:

    Yes! And grab the latest SyncTERM (not the installer) I'm pretty sure this is
    fixed now.

    should have the installer updated tomorrow night...

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  • From Smeg@VERT to Digital Man on Wed Jan 7 23:20:33 2009
    Re: .SRC Files
    By: Digital Man to Smeg on Wed Jan 07 2009 04:52 pm

    As Deuce suggested in the next message, I updated my SyncTERM (to the same version) and it worked. Should be sitting there now.

    Yes it is! Thanks!

    Hmm, after I uploaded it I had this flashback to some of the commenting I used to do when scripting. I probably shoulda checked to see if I left in any inappropriate comments.....oh well :)
    I'm just going to blame it on "the drink".

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  • From Smeg@VERT to Tracker1 on Wed Jan 7 23:22:29 2009
    Re: Re: .SRC Files
    By: Tracker1 to Deuce on Wed Jan 07 2009 06:22 pm

    Yes! And grab the latest SyncTERM (not the installer) I'm pretty sure this is fixed now.

    should have the installer updated tomorrow night...

    Ya, the first version (the one that didn't work) I snagged from Roughnecks. The second one was from Sourceforge.
    What's going on with that web interface btw? Sweet stuff. Is that built into Synchronet?

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  • From Deuce@VERT to Smeg on Thu Jan 8 05:19:37 2009
    Re: Re: .SRC Files
    By: Smeg to Tracker1 on Wed Jan 07 2009 11:22 pm

    What's going on with that web interface btw? Sweet stuff. Is that built
    into Synchronet?

    Yeppers. We just need a web developer to rewrite it all again to take advantage of the New Stuff.

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  • From Tracker1@VERT to Smeg on Fri Jan 9 02:45:15 2009
    On 1/8/2009 12:22 AM, Smeg wrote:
    Yes! And grab the latest SyncTERM (not the installer) I'm pretty sure
    this is fixed now.

    should have the installer updated tomorrow night...

    Ya, the first version (the one that didn't work) I snagged from Roughnecks. The
    second one was from Sourceforge.

    yeah, usually try to keep up w/ the windows installer...

    What's going on with that web interface btw? Sweet stuff. Is that built into Synchronet?

    it's based on code from before sync had a webserver... working on a sync based web interface though...

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  • From Tracker1@VERT to Deuce on Fri Jan 9 02:46:19 2009
    On 1/8/2009 6:19 AM, Deuce wrote:
    What's going on with that web interface btw? Sweet stuff. Is that built
    into Synchronet?

    Yeppers. We just need a web developer to rewrite it all again to take advantage of the New Stuff.

    working on it... ;)

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  • From Deuce@VERT to Tracker1 on Fri Jan 9 10:50:38 2009
    Re: Re: .SRC Files
    By: Tracker1 to Deuce on Fri Jan 09 2009 02:46 am

    working on it... ;)

    I haven't heard any questions about XJS or set_cookie() yet... are you *really* working on it?

    *suspicious look*

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  • From Tracker1@VERT to Deuce on Sat Jan 10 01:45:39 2009
    On 1/9/2009 11:50 AM, Deuce wrote:
    working on it... ;)

    I haven't heard any questions about XJS or set_cookie() yet... are you *really*
    working on it?

    *suspicious look*

    yes.. been busy the past two weeks, but about 1/2 done with my control parser, doing something between cold fusion, and asp.net, but simplified... using xml markup... was testing the parser in firefox, but will try it under sbbs, since the 1.7 js seems to be in place now... relying on the e4x stuff heavily though.

    will email you and dm what I have so far this weekend... going to use a few of the free css templates out there for starter samples... still need to get all the functionality, beyond the markup parser written as well.

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  • From Mortifis@VERT to Tracker1 on Sun May 3 22:59:05 2009
    On 1/9/2009 11:50 AM, Deuce wrote:
    working on it... ;)

    I haven't heard any questions about XJS or set_cookie() yet... are you *really* working on it?

    *suspicious look*

    yes.. been busy the past two weeks, but about 1/2 done with my control parser, doing something between cold fusion, and asp.net, but simplified... using xml markup... was testing the parser in firefox, but will try it
    under sbbs, since the 1.7 js seems to be in place now... relying on the
    e4x stuff heavily though.

    don't tell oblivion, he'll just get all worked up about baja again :P


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