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geoLink V1.01   [2010]

geoLink V1.01 Release Date :
26 April 2010

Type :
C64 Tool

User rating:awaiting 5 votes (5 left)

Credits :
Code .... ShadowM
Test .... Schema of Ascension International Cracking

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/88819/geoLink-1.01.d64 (downloads: 462)
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/157170/geoLink-20100426.d64 (downloads: 93)

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Summary
Submitted by Moloch on 8 May 2010
All debug and motd ("message of the day") output has been turned off to minimize screen rendering and scrolling. This should solve problems with geoLink being unable to keep up while the motd is being sent right after connection.
Double-buffering of the screen has been turned off. This gives a small but noticeable increase in rendering speed.
The latest release (2009-03-21) of ip65 is being used. This includes a TCP fix ("when using tcp_listen, an incorrect sequence number was being sent in the SYN/ACK packet"). I've also changed my build scripts to remove some more unused features, which gives me additional memory to work with. Per Olofsson (original author of ip65) is now credited in the info dialog along with the current maintainer, Jonno Downes.
A separate buffer is now used to build screen output (rather than re-using the TCP input buffer).
The channel name in the title bar is not changed when a /join or /part is sent, but only when the corresponding notification is received from the server.
Support for desk accessories has been removed.
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