Unicode builds can display Unicode characters like Asian characters properly, but work only with Windows 2000 and above. Thanks for the feedback and suggestions A few remarks. Edit: What kind of data is your test torrent populated with. And further, if the hash isn't right, is it expected that utorrent will go ahead and use it anyway?! The only ones I've seen were. I started utorrent using the modified resume. And here's the usual disclaimer: This utility is provided as-is.
I tested using some random. I make no guarantees about its quality, so. I use in my php script and it works great with the examples. As such, and as a feature request for a future release, please consider adding logic along the lines of: If. I really only wanted to poke fun at you for not saying thank you. That'd probably end up very slow in some cases. However, in looking over the replies to this thread, you might notice that most people are interested in using it for resume.
I actually wanted to try implementing some Undo feature, but got lazy-ish. Final Warning This utility is for advanced users. Consider this editor to be experimental. I tried the loading with a torrent whose info block had 1200 files in it. Anyhow, it's possible to replace substrings in key, values, or keys and values. I am using ubuntu here I dumped my windows partition.
You forgot to say thank you to Ultima. Adding an entry to the bencoded data is still considered editing it. Are you sure it didn't use the resume. I noticed some bug where saving to existing files would append data to the end of the existing file instead of overwriting it with the new data. So when I wanted to check out changed keys in the 1.
Again thanks for being an investigative person. It's fixed for the next release whenever that might be. I have a relatively old 1. You were quite a sport doing all that research, and using the forum, and finding this. I'm a bit confused about this tool wrt resume.
And yes, thanks Ultima - but am I missing something? Really, I think you should be making backups of any file before you edit them with this editor. Some groundwork was laid and I'm not liking it very much , but in order to get this release out the door, I had to omit that feature otherwise, this would have been sitting on my drive for weeks without getting touched. Using the torrent I'm testing, it could mean up to 4 seconds of wait just to perform a move operation, or to undo a delete, or to paste some subtree. Out of a bit of boredom and free time, this editor was born. I'll give that a whirl next time. People in this thread talk about using it to modify resume. I'm not sure whether or not it'll cause data loss in large chunks of binary data, so be careful when using it especially that Replace All button.
So uh, be cautious of that, as that might kill the file you're trying to overwrite. Are you sure it's not based upon processor speed? Thanks for writing and sharing! From my semi-cursory tests, though, it does work for basic stuff. Why does utorrent say the hash fails both orig and modified , but the editor doesn't? Utorrent only say that hash failed and clean torrent file! If others of you also like this editor pls to the same. When does this editor recompute the hash? Edit2: I am now linking to this thread on my signature. Just be aware that there are no guarantees that I'll ever get around to doing anything about them. The other tool I use is torrentspy. I did not test it very extensively.
My recent experience see bug report forum is that utorrent accepted the resume. If you're manually editing the. As such, you should exercise caution by backing up any files you plan on editing with this utility. If you aren't familiar with the. So i searching for soft that can fix my resume. Interestingly, from some tests, fixing this actually improved the decoding time by around 2-5%, but that's nothing to write home about, so bleh Changelog v0.
Unless you know what you're doing, you should refrain from doing this. I've fixed it in my build, though. Thanks for the report Added to the first post: Thanks for the response. Anyhow, I've fixed the bug in my copy along with an assortment of other silly bugs I noticed , and the editor can now handle integers of unlimited size assuming no other bugs crept in. Replacing keys only makes it simple to replace paths in resume.
I missed this bug entirely because I didn't realize that anyone would need such large numbers The bug was actually just a tad bit different than you described. Maybe I'll think of something next time. Thanks for the bug report! Suggestions and feedback are always welcome! I knew about this problem going in, but picked incorrect sizes for the widgets, so it came out badly. Why does utorrent go ahead and use the modified 'bad' file, but not the original? So I use files as a database. I have a webspace with no mysql. Feature Request: Is it possible to add filetypes to the dropdown for the Ctrl-O open dialog?. I deleted the last torrent, then saved the file.