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Offline rejetto

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I'm uploading the modified file so Rejetto could use it in a future

ok, thanks. Sorry for the late reply :)

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» Silly question: does "hfs.diff.tpl" ONLY works on sub-folders? (because currently, if "hfs.diff.tpl" is on root, it doesn't work). Is that the normal behavior? (it doesn't should work on root too?).

it's supposed to work on root too, and i remember using it in the past.
Try entering this:
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test


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line 556 -> Anonymous is an account name, do not translate it with {.! Anonymous.}.}

it's not an account name, it's only  saying there is no user specified.
And I don't see the problem with keeping it upper case.


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I am wondering when you will release the final version 2.4?

when i feel like it's stable. We are still making many fixes, but i hope soon


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CASE 2) If you have a 'hfs.ini' file with a minimal content (like a simple 'space' character, or containing a word like 'HFS' at start), the file is recognized and used to save the settings there (the registry is not used), and if you already have a 'hfs.tpl' along with the 'hfs.exe' file, HFS is NOT creating the default account 'can change password' (if there is no 'hfs.tpl' file, the account 'can change password' is created normally. Expected behavior: the account 'can change password' should be created and saved on the 'hfs.ini' file on this specific scenario (also the settings should be saved in a file, if an empty 'hfs.ini' file is found).

it's not HFS creating that account, but the template itself. See it contains this
[special:import]
{.new account|can change password|enabled=1|is group=1|notes=accounts members of this group will be allowed to change their password.}


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ok, thanks. Sorry for the late reply :)

it's supposed to work on root too, and i remember using it in the past.
Try entering this:
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test

i guess it means the  root as an real folder with an hfs.diff.tpl in it
what is placed in the diff template in real or virtual mode works
« Last Edit: January 29, 2020, 11:37:20 PM by Mars »


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This was the error shown (see screenshot):
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Error: {.break|result=bad session}
ok

that's a bug, caused by the missing dot after "bad session"
thanks for reporting!



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My apologies!
During my recent cleaning conniption, I shouldn't have removed this file (attached).

It is Rejetto's HFS 2.4 template with: checkbox patch, practical archive scope, move requires related permissions, automated error-handler, faster uni icons instead of system icons, an efficient blue-effects background plus contrast effects, and DJ's really nice music player.

If I hadn't seen HFS until today, I'd want those features and 2 more: 
Ability to download fast and browse/upload, concurrently?
Security-first focus involving available opt-outs and native https?

Those 2 seem beyond the scope of a template; so, their status is not changed by this template file.
I think that it may be desired for reference.


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Edit!  Also, especially awesome for lan-only use, because the music plays reliably and the search finds everything.
As a side note, you should know that you could very EASILY (see my post here) recompile HFS by yourself, and edit the source code removing any hard-codded URL (about updates and self-test), and have a rock-solid secure server (that you personally could trust). It's not recommended to remove or edit parts of the source code without knowledge, but it can be done (Linux users compile executable binaries files all the time, and if you done that in the past, this is much easier).
HFS in Spanish (HFS en Español) / How to compile HFS (Tutorial)
» Currently taking a break, until HFS v2.4 get his stable version.


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i just published latest fixes in RC3 (first post)


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i just published latest fixes in RC3 (first post)
windows defender:
rc3    1 danger  :'( Trojan:Win32/Detplock
rc2    0 danger
2.3m 0 danger


« Last Edit: February 20, 2020, 04:30:43 AM by dj »


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latest version http://www.rejetto.com/hfsfiles/hfs24rc3.exe
Nice to see RC3! :D According to my tests (if I'm not mistaken, correct me if I'm wrong), RC3 (hfs24rc3.exe) comes with 'exactly' the same default template than RC2 (hfs24rc2.exe). Perhaps Rejetto forgot to include the changes on the template. I did a list of what's fixed...

» Addressed issues, possibly fixed on RC3:
- Response headers with multiple content length (untested by me)
- Color issue in log window, adjusted to system colors (untested by me)
- 'Switch On' and 'Switch Off' button was reversed (tested and fixed OK!)
- 'hfs.diff.tpl' works ony on sub-folders? (not a bug, it's working OK!)

» Issues possibly fixed on RC4 (template related):
- Selecting an item has the same effect as download
- Make some strings translatable, and change '48em to 50em'
- Minor fixes on the template ('bad session' was missing a dot)

» 'Won't fix' list (at the moment):
- Cut/word-wrap long file names
- Problematic unicode filenames

@Rejetto: a silly but still somewhat important question: what is exactly the version of the compiler you are currently using to build hfs24rc3.exe (I ask this just for references purposes only, and because I'm trying to figuring out why there were some memory problems/issues reported by several users, starting from versions v2.3k or v2.3m (like for example, someone did here). Are you still using Turbo Delphi? (if you don't feel more comfortable answering this, just ignore the question) ...or perhaps have you changed the compiling platform, let say, from Windows 7 to 10, and that affected some users? (By the way, I currently don't have any memory problem with my Windows, but I'm curious to know if a compiler change could be the reason).

windows defender:
rc3    1 danger  :'( Trojan:Win32/Detplock
rc2    0 danger
2.3m 0 danger
I was just writing this post, when I see your message. You can rest assured is a false positive (hfs24rc3.exe was tested by myself, and I found it safe, just be sure the file you have downloaded has the same checksum, with SHA1: A98EE8B9D8D2C523466F5609EE71436BEDD69B22). Besides that, both RC2 and RC3 have exactly the same size 2,12 MB (2.224.640 bytes), so I doubt it could have anything bad. On each version, it's the same issue with antivirus companies, as always some of them flag HFS as not safe (and mostly because HFS is not digitally signed).

Cheers,
Leo.-
« Last Edit: February 20, 2020, 05:48:15 AM by LeoNeeson »
HFS in Spanish (HFS en Español) / How to compile HFS (Tutorial)
» Currently taking a break, until HFS v2.4 get his stable version.


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windows defender:
rc3    1 danger  :'( Trojan:Win32/Detplock
rc2    0 danger

i just scanned using windows defender and no threat was detected.
i really don't know what to do about this. I stopped using the exe compression to avoid false positives, but yet this madness won't stop while these "security" softwares will consider HFS itself as a menace, "A Variant Of Win32/Server-Web.HFS"
https://www.virustotal.com/gui/file/ef373572bf9463e3501a5c151b388277701bd6dbb08835b3f64f57dbc78539e8/detection


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Nice to see RC3! :D According to my tests (if I'm not mistaken, correct me if I'm wrong), RC3 (hfs24rc3.exe) comes with 'exactly' the same default template than RC2 (hfs24rc2.exe).

shit, i also made a quick test to verify the new template was bundled, but apparently something went wrong :(
i'll have to release again, sorry, and thanks for reporting

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the version of the compiler you are currently using to build hfs24rc3.exe

the old turbo delphi. I would like to use the new one but i couldn't solve all the issues