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7th of January 2019 09:52

ApexDC++ 1.6.5 maintenance update released

This is a post brought forward from the old forum archive, originally posted 25th of December 2018.

I wonder if anyone expected to see this, ApexDC++ 1.6.5, that is?

Notably this version focuses on keeping the client in its current state, well current by updating various dependencies including OpenSSL, the compiler used has also been updated to the latest version. Otherwise some time has been taken to incorporate some changes from DC++, including a high priority fix and a change long overdue to default settings.

Update: an obsolete build was accidentally uploaded to SourceForge very briefly, in case you experience any issues with your installation then downloading the 1.6.5 version again should fix it. To find out if you are on the correct release version you may check Help > About > Git commit, it should be the following:

47d5052582fd424d3a54edc33307607d1e87eb2b (if it is listed as something else you are running the outdated 1.6.5 binary)

A full list of changes are available on here. As usual we strongly recommend upgrading to 1.6.5 as soon as possible.

Download: ApexDC++ 1.6.5

Happy Holidays and have a good New Year :smile:

7th of January 2019 09:36

Server updates and new community platform

You may have noticed some intermittent downtime on apexdc.net over the last couple of days. This was due to rebuilding and upgrading the server.

However, as a byproduct of this our old forums became a major pain point. This has mostly to do with the decline in activity coupled with it no longer being worthwhile to keep paying for the privilege of having a secure installation because of this. So, to address this issue we now have a slim replacement on a more modern and free platform.

Where's the old content?

The old forums will remain on the server as read only for archival purposes for the time being. How long it will stick around remains to be seen as it was already necessary to manually patch certain bits to keep it working even in its current diminished capacity. This isn't something that can be done long term on a proprietary and complex code base that I already know more about than I'd care to admit.

Selection of topics from the old forums has also been manually imported over and brought up to date so that they may be more easily found and as to not have an unknown expiration date on them (mostly topics that are referenced directly by the main website in some fashion).

What about content being organized?

By default the new platform will display a view of all recent discussions, but the more traditional categories still exist, one can be picked when starting a new discussion. For a more traditional way of viewing the content you can also go over to the categories tab.

Going Forward

This is mostly here so that if people want or need to reach people they still can and that there still is a place for people to bring up issues or requests if they feel so inclined. As far as future plans for the project are concerned, currently there really aren't any beyond keeping the client somewhat current and potentially fixing a few bugs along the way where possible.