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Unread postPosted: Sat Dec 19, 2009 6:23 am 
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Please port libtorrent/rtorrent!

I tried to compile with neko_gcc 4.3.1, but no success.
I need a torrent client can do encrypted connections.


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Unread postPosted: Sat Dec 19, 2009 6:27 pm 
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dennisjunior wrote:
Please port libtorrent/rtorrent!

I tried to compile with neko_gcc 4.3.1, but no success.
I need a torrent client can do encrypted connections.


I have started porting libtorrent.
I have made subtle changes where MIPS Pro doesn't like things..
I have to make one or two line changes on most files.
For example, I have had to alloc mem on the heap rather than the stack which should make little difference. auto_ptr<> would have been better but I can't be bothered.
gcc allows:
Code:
     char buf[ new_request ];

Whereas MIPSPro whines about new_request not being constant.
If have had to translate those as char *buf = new char[ new_request ]; and remember to put a delete[] buf at all the method exit points.
... and cast away const where gcc allows it but MIPS Pro has a cow. Stuff like that.

templates although powerful are hell..

I am emailing the original author about some of the more interesting function pointer template code of his.
If I build it and ftp a patch file of my changes could someone else package it as nekoware, k thanks....?

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Unread postPosted: Sat Dec 19, 2009 8:27 pm 
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PymbleSoftware wrote:
... could someone else package it as nekoware, k thanks....?

I believe the official stance of nekochan on p2p is you two can have sex all you want but not in this house, please.

it's easier to avoid trouble upfront rather than fight it later. Mr Neko justifiably would rather not have to spend time hassling with the smarmy legal system.


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Unread postPosted: Sat Dec 19, 2009 8:35 pm 
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hamei wrote:
PymbleSoftware wrote:
... could someone else package it as nekoware, k thanks....?

I believe the official stance of nekochan on p2p is you two can have sex all you want but not in this house, please. it's easier to avoid trouble upfront, rather than fight it later.


libtorrent is just a library if you use it to build programs that download stuff than that is you own look out.
libtorrent itself is not commercial software and no-one will issue a take down notice to Pete over it.
I don't see it as a threat to nekochan and no one said anything when dennisjunior asked for it twice..

I have built it, ... It is a bit ugly at the moment and I am messing about with subversion and talking to the original developer.

Using your sex metaphor it is more like a condom, handcuffs or lubricant and than the act itself. If nekonoko or the mods think otherwise, I'll shut the fuck up then.

I have built libtorrent as a gcc build...
I have built a MIPS Pro version that has a few issues remaining.

I have built my own version of libcurl and even the gcc version of rtorrent has issues.

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Unread postPosted: Sun Dec 20, 2009 2:44 am 
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PymbleSoftware wrote:
libtorrent itself is not commercial software and no-one will issue a take down notice to Pete over it.
I don't see it as a threat to nekochan and no one said anything when dennisjunior asked for it twice..

I agree. Also, there's already a 'ctorrent' in Nekoware -- if it was illegal, it wouldn't be there :)
NASA, for example, had some really huge satellite imagery of the Earth available for download via torrents.


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I am going to put up on ftp the gcc build of the library next time I fire up the 12 CPU Origin 300. I had been doing parallel builds with the machine on a local disk for speed but it is too hot to run too often, the lab becomes a furnace otherwise.
If there is still interest, I will continue with the MIPS Pro build of it and see if I can get my changes integrated back into the original developers source. I commented out a few chunks in a couple of directories to get it compile so I have crippled some of the functionality, until I nut the problems and uncomment it.

...as for rtorrent.. It doesn't even compile on Linux straight out of source control without issues.

See where I get in a few days..

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i would definitely like to see a mips pro libtorrent/rtorrent :D
much thanks for your work!

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Unread postPosted: Wed Dec 23, 2009 7:20 am 
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Thank you for your work!


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This is as about as far as I got...
It builds with MIPS Pro but I have taken out a couple of core pieces of functionality.

Code:

./src/download/download_info.h ./src/download/download_info.h.orig
----------------------------



207,212c207,208
< }
< #ifdef IRIX64
< ;    // MIPS Pro's #pragma packed will not work with compiler flags I am using.
< #else
< __attribute__ ((packed));
< #endif
---
> } __attribute__ ((packed));
>
./src/download/download_constructor.cc ./src/download/download_constructor.cc.orig
----------------------------



322,327d321
<   
< #ifdef IRIX64   // I give up.. !!!
< /*
< cc-1278 CC: ERROR File = download_constructor.cc, Line = 324
<   No instance of overloaded function "std::mem_fun_ref" matches the argument
<           list.
329,337d322
<             The argument types are:  (<unknown-type>).
<     std::transform(plist.begin(), plist.end(), std::back_inserter(p), std::mem_fun_ref<const Object::string_type&>(&Object::as_string));
<                                                                       ^
<
< 1 error detected in the compilation of "download_constructor.cc".
< */
< //   std::transform(plist.begin(), plist.end(), std::back_inserter(p),  std::mem_fun_ref<const Object::string_type&>(&Object::as_string));

<
< #else
339,340c324
< #endif
<   
---
>
./src/torrent/tracker_list.cc ./src/torrent/tracker_list.cc.orig
----------------------------



37,38d36
< #if 0
<
254d251
< #endif
./src/torrent/peer/connection_list.cc ./src/torrent/peer/connection_list.cc.orig----------------------------



143d142
< #ifdef IRIX64
145,149c144,145
<     erase(pos++, flags);
< #else
<   while (pos != end())
<     erase(--end(), flags); 
< #endif
---
>     erase(--end(), flags);
>
./src/torrent/chunk_manager.cc ./src/torrent/chunk_manager.cc.orig
----------------------------



115,117d114
< #ifdef IRIX64 
<   std::iter_swap(itr, (base_type::end() - 1));
< #else 
119d115
< #endif 
./src/torrent/data/file_utils.cc ./src/torrent/data/file_utils.cc.orig
----------------------------



63,66d62
<
< #ifdef IRIX64   
<   char *name = new char[nameSize + 4];
< #else
68,69c64
< #endif
<   
---
>
87,90c82
< #ifdef IRIX64
<   delete[] name;
< #endif
<   
---
>
./src/dht/dht_server.h ./src/dht/dht_server.h.orig
----------------------------



120,125c120
<   }
< #ifdef IRIX64
< ;
< #else 
<    __attribute__ ((packed));
< #endif   
---
>   } __attribute__ ((packed));
./src/resource_manager.cc ./src/resource_manager.cc.orig
----------------------------



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< #ifdef IRIX64
<   return std::for_each(begin(), end(), rak::accumulate((unsigned int)0, &value_type::first)).result;
< #else
146d142
< #endif
./src/data/hash_torrent.cc ./src/data/hash_torrent.cc.orig
----------------------------



./src/data/chunk_part.cc ./src/data/chunk_part.cc.orig
----------------------------



73,75d72
< #ifdef IRIX64
<   char *buf = new char[ touched];
< #else 
77c74
< #endif
---
>
82,84d78
< #ifdef IRIX64
<   delete[] buf;
< #endif
./src/data/memory_chunk.cc ./src/data/memory_chunk.cc.orig
----------------------------



155,158d154
<   
< #ifdef IRIX64
<   char *buf = new char[ size ];
< #else 
160c156
< #endif 
---
>   
163,165d158
< #ifdef IRIX64
<   delete[] buf;
< #endif
./src/protocol/handshake.cc ./src/protocol/handshake.cc.orig
----------------------------



940,946c940,941
< #ifdef IRIX64
<     char *pad = new char[ length ];
< #else
<     char pad[length];
< #endif
<   

---
>   char pad[length];
>
949,953d943
<
< #ifdef IRIX64
<   delete[] pad;
< #endif 
<   
./src/protocol/extensions.cc ./src/protocol/extensions.cc.orig
----------------------------


37,39d36
<
< #if 0
<
127c124
<   object_buffer_t result = object_write_bencode_c(object_write_to_buffer, NULL, std::make_pair((char *)buffer, (char *) buffer + sizeof(buffer)), &message);
---
>   object_buffer_t result = object_write_bencode_c(object_write_to_buffer, NULL, std::make_pair(buffer, buffer + sizeof(buffer)), &message);
312,314d308
<
<
< #endif
./rak/string_manip.h ./rak/string_manip.h.orig
----------------------------



65,68d64
< #ifdef IRIX64
<   if (seq.empty() || !std::isspace(*( --(seq.end()) )))
<     return seq;
< #else
70,71c66,67
<     return seq; 
< #endif 
---
>     return seq;
>
100,103d95
< #ifdef IRIX64
<   if (seq.empty() || !std::isspace(*(seq.end() -1), std::locale::classic()))
<     return seq;
< #else
105,106c97,98
<     return seq; 
< #endif
---
>     return seq;
>
./rak/ranges.h ./rak/ranges.h.orig
----------------------------



86,93c86,87
< #ifdef IRIX64
< //  iterator first = std::find_if(begin(), end(), rak::less_equal(r.first,  &value_type::second ));
<     iterator first = begin();     
< #else
<     iterator first = std::find_if(begin(), end(), rak::less_equal(r.first, rak::const_mem_ref( &value_type::second)));   
< #endif
<   
<   
---
>   iterator first = std::find_if(begin(), end(), rak::less_equal(r.first, rak::const_mem_ref(&value_type::second)));
>
103,110c97,98
< #ifdef IRIX64
< //        iterator last = std::find_if(first, end(), rak::less(first->second, &value_type::second));   // RR:
<  iterator last = end();
<       
< #else
<     iterator last = std::find_if(first, end(), rak::less(first->second, rak::const_mem_ref(&value_type::second)));   // RR:
< #endif
<     
---
>     iterator last = std::find_if(first, end(), rak::less(first->second, rak::const_mem_ref(&value_type::second)));
>
124,135c112,114
< #ifdef IRIX64
< //  iterator first = std::find_if(begin(), end(), rak::less(r.first, &value_type::second));  // RR:
< //  iterator last  = std::find_if(first, end(), rak::less(r.second, &value_type::second));  // RR:
<
<   iterator first = begin();   // This is a bad idea...
<   iterator last  = end();
<   
< #else
<   iterator first = std::find_if(begin(), end(), rak::less(r.first, rak::const_mem_ref(&value_type::second))); 
<   iterator last  = std::find_if(first, end(), rak::less(r.second, rak::const_mem_ref(&value_type::second))); 

< #endif
---
>   iterator first = std::find_if(begin(), end(), rak::less(r.first, rak::const_mem_ref(&value_type::second)));
>   iterator last  = std::find_if(first, end(), rak::less(r.second, rak::const_mem_ref(&value_type::second)));
>
165,168d143
< #ifdef IRIX64
< //  return std::find_if(begin(), end(), rak::less(index, rak::const_mem_ref(&value_type::second)));
<       return end();
< #else
170d144
< #endif   
176,178d149
< #ifdef IRIX64
<       return end();
< #else         
180d150
< #endif
./rak/functional.h ./rak/functional.h.orig
----------------------------



75d74
< #ifndef IRIX64                 
77,81d75
< #else
<   void operator () (const Arg& a) { }
<   /**
<   cc-1108 CC: ERROR File = ../rak/functional.h, Line = 78
<   The indicated expression must have pointer-to-function type.
83,105d76
<     void operator () (const Arg& a) { result += m_f(a); }
<                                                 ^
<           A template was detected during header processing.
<             instantiation of "void rak::accumulate_t<unsigned int, uint16_t
<                       std::pair<uint16_t, torrent::DownloadMain
<                       *>::*>::operator()(const std::pair<uint16_t,
<                       torrent::DownloadMain *> &)" at line 83 of
<                       "/usr/include/CC/stl_algo.h"
<             instantiation of "rak::accumulate_t<unsigned int, uint16_t
<                       std::pair<uint16_t, torrent::DownloadMain *>::*>
<                       std::for_each(const std::vector<std::pair<uint16_t,
<                       torrent::DownloadMain *>,
<                       std::allocator<std::pair<uint16_t, torrent::DownloadMain<                       *>>>::value_type *, const
<                       std::vector<std::pair<uint16_t, torrent::DownloadMain
<                       *>, std::allocator<std::pair<uint16_t,
<                       torrent::DownloadMain *>>>::value_type *,
<                       rak::accumulate_t<unsigned int, uint16_t
<                       std::pair<uint16_t, torrent::DownloadMain *>::*>)"
<
<   
<   **/
< #endif 



:roll: The outright hostility you get from people if you are not using their beloveded Linux/GCC make you want to punch the open sores bigot you meet in the head :roll:


This is where I might leave it for a while unless some else wants to comment on the error messages I embedded into the comments..

I am going to shutdown now the 12 CPU build server down. Its too hot, too loud and too expensive to run and I don't have any fresh ideas.

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great!
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PymbleSoftware wrote:
:roll: The outright hostility you get from people if you are not using their beloveded Linux/GCC make you want to punch the open sores bigot you meet in the head :roll:


oh you can say that again :evil:
the younger devs even don't know anything else but liunx/gcc ...

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foetz wrote:
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:roll: The outright hostility you get from people if you are not using their beloveded Linux/GCC make you want to punch the open sores bigot you meet in the head :roll:


oh you can say that again :evil:
the younger devs even don't know anything else but liunx/gcc ...

Can I cross-link this to the "you guys are so mean and rude to the glorious Linux Community" thread ? :P

"Don't know anything else" wouldn't be so bad. It's the don't know and don't care part that is somewhat annoying. Monoculture monoculture monoculture, crap :(


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hamei wrote:
oh you can say that again :evil:
the younger devs even don't know anything else but liunx/gcc ...

hamei wrote:
Can I cross-link this to the "you guys are so mean and rude to the glorious Linux Community" thread ? :P

"Don't know anything else" wouldn't be so bad. It's the don't know and don't care part that is somewhat annoying. Monoculture monoculture monoculture, crap :(


yeah, thought about that other thread, too :D
and yes, i second the second part also i'm afraid ...

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I have uploaded a file called: libtorrent-0.12.6.mips.clean.tar to incoming.

All of my changes should have "#ifdef IRIX64"

Please Could someone:
1. Peer review my code changes and see if they agree with what I have done. (get a fresh version and run a "diff -Naur" bwtween directories) or simply edit the files changed. Don't trust my changes blindly.
2. Set the install path as /usr/nekoware and do make install
3. Create a package.

Files changed:
find . -exec grep -l IRIX64 {} ";"
./config.status
./config.log
./src/tracker/Makefile
./src/download/download_info.h
./src/download/download_constructor.cc
./src/download/Makefile
./src/utils/Makefile
./src/net/Makefile
./src/torrent/tracker_list.cc
./src/torrent/peer/connection_list.cc
./src/torrent/peer/Makefile
./src/torrent/chunk_manager.cc
./src/torrent/common.h
./src/torrent/data/file_utils.cc
./src/torrent/data/Makefile
./src/torrent/Makefile
./src/dht/dht_server.h
./src/dht/Makefile
./src/resource_manager.cc
./src/data/chunk_part.cc
./src/data/memory_chunk.cc
./src/data/Makefile
./src/protocol/handshake.cc
./src/protocol/Makefile
./src/Makefile
./rak/functional.h
./rak/ranges.h
./rak/string_manip.h
./libtool
./Makefile

My build environment:

Code:
# source me.

LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/nekoware/lib/
export LD_LIBRARY_PATH

export CC=c99
export CXX=CC
export CFLAGS="-O3 -mips4 -n32 -INLINE -woff 1174 -DIRIX64"
export CXXFLAGS="-O3 -mips4 -n32 -Zf,_245 -INLINE -woff 1110,1171,1201,1355,3201 -DIRIX64"
export LDFLAGS="-L/usr/nekoware/lib"
export LIBS="-lfastm -lm -lpthread"
export PERL="/usr/nekoware/bin/perl"
export BUILD_OFFICIAL=1
export MOZILLA_OFFICIAL=1
export CPPFLAGS="-I/usr/nekoware/include -I/usr/nekoware/include/glib-1.2 -I/usr/nekoware/lib/glib/include"
export PATH=/usr/nekoware/bin:$PATH


After we have an acceptable libtorrent in nekoware.. I (or someone else can) work on rtorrent.

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Nice work!

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