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release ApexDC++ 1.5.12 maintenance release available

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Update: We have re-released 1.5.12 to address an usability concern with the original release version, we apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

We have published a maintenance release available for immediate download. 1.5.12 fixes the remainder of known issues for 1.5.10 and majority of known issues for 1.5.11. You can check out the full changelog here.

On April 8th, 2014 Microsoft officially ceased its consumer support for their Windows XP operating system, originally released in 2001. With the release of 1.5.11 it was brought to our attention that ApexDC can no longer run on all versions of Windows XP, more specifically installations that have not been upgraded with the last available service pack for the operating system (SP3). Unfortunately there is nothing we can do to address this problem and as such Service Pack 3 is the only supported version of XP for ApexDC going forward.

We will continue to provide binaries that can run on Windows XP Service Pack 3 as long as it is technically possible and otherwise feasible for us to do so. However, in practice this means that when it comes to ApexDC all support for Windows XP is likely end sometime later this year. This will also mean that support for old CPU's without SSE2 instructions will end at that time.

Download: ApexDC++ 1.5.12

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Hello, I think is something wrong Logs -> Plugins etc. :) or is this new? and Params and Raw doesn´t work. Other, I think works ok.

 

 

post-32250-0-06373000-1397578727_thumb.p

 

post-32250-0-51197800-1397578738_thumb.p
 

post-32250-0-21298800-1397579139_thumb.p

 

 

 

Or maybe not :)

 

OS: Windows 8 Ent. x64

Code: e06d7363 (Unknown)
Version: 1.5.12 (Apr 14 2014)
Major: 6
Minor: 2
Build: 9200
SP: 0
Type: 1
Time: 2014-04-15 18:09:45
TTH: RCZWGIBODHABCKNOJDRANWSHEB7LSKERZNEWLTI

KERNELBASE!0x3C7264A8: RaiseException
f:ddvctoolscrtcrtw32ehthrow.cpp(154): _CxxThrowException
d:developmentdcdevapexdctrunkwindowsproppage.cpp(125): PropPage::write
d:developmentdcdevapexdctrunkwindowspopups.cpp(179): Popups::write
d:developmentdcdevapexdctrunkwindowspropertiesdlg.cpp(104): PropertiesDlg::write
d:developmentdcdevapexdctrunkwindowspropertiesdlg.cpp(117): PropertiesDlg::onOK
d:developmentdcdevapexdctrunkwindowspropertiesdlg.h(35): PropertiesDlg::ProcessWindowMessage
c:program files (x86)microsoft visual studio 12.0vcatlmfcincludeatlwin.h(3531): ATL::CWindowImplBaseT<WTL::CListViewCtrlT<ATL::CWindow>=0x3D76171E,ATL::CWinTraits<1442840576=0x000007F9,0> >::WindowProc
USER32!0x3D76171E: DispatchMessageW
USER32!0x3D7A22F9: WaitForRedirectionStartComplete
USER32!0x3D76487A: SendMessageW
COMCTL32!0x39ECEE2A: AttachScrollBars
COMCTL32!0x39ECEE05: AttachScrollBars
USER32!0x3D76171E: DispatchMessageW
USER32!0x3D7614D7: MsgWaitForMultipleObjectsEx
USER32!0x3D78E067: InitializeTouchInjection
COMCTL32!0x39F0AD1E: Ordinal18
COMCTL32!0x39F0AC06: Ordinal18
COMCTL32!0x39F0A94D: Ordinal18
d:developmentdcdevapexdctrunkwindowsmainfrm.cpp(891): MainFrame::OnFileSettings
d:developmentdcdevapexdctrunkwindowsmainfrm.h(134): MainFrame::ProcessWindowMessage
d:developmentdcdevapexdctrunkwindowswtlatlframe.h(1499): WTL::CMDIFrameWindowImpl<MainFrame=0x3D76171E,WTL::CMDIWindow=0x000007F9,ATL::CWinTraits<114229248=0x00000000,262400> >::MDIFrameWindowProc
USER32!0x3D76171E: DispatchMessageW
USER32!0x3D76432B: CallWindowProcW
c:program files (x86)microsoft visual studio 12.0vcatlmfcincludeatlwin.h(4572): ATL::CContainedWindowT<ATL::CWindow=0x3D76171E,ATL::CWinTraits<1442840576=0x000007F9,0> >::WindowProc
USER32!0x3D76171E: DispatchMessageW
USER32!0x3D7A22F9: WaitForRedirectionStartComplete
USER32!0x3D76487A: SendMessageW
COMCTL32!0x39F14A5E: Ordinal395
COMCTL32!0x39F14905: Ordinal395
COMCTL32!0x39EB6302: CCGetScrollInfo
USER32!0x3D76171E: DispatchMessageW
USER32!0x3D76432B: CallWindowProcW
COMCTL32!0x39EB12ED: DefSubclassProc
COMCTL32!0x39EB11E6: Ordinal295
COMCTL32!0x39EB12A7: DefSubclassProc
COMCTL32!0x39EB1375: DefSubclassProc
COMCTL32!0x39EB11E6: Ordinal295
COMCTL32!0x39EB10E2: Ordinal295
USER32!0x3D76171E: DispatchMessageW
USER32!0x3D7614D7: MsgWaitForMultipleObjectsEx
d:developmentdcdevapexdctrunkwindowsmain.cpp(372): Run
d:developmentdcdevapexdctrunkwindowsmain.cpp(515): wWinMain
f:ddvctoolscrtcrtw32startupcrt0.c(251): __tmainCRTStartup
KERNEL32!0x3D461842: BaseThreadInitThunk
ntdll!0x3F7FD609: RtlUserThreadStart

 

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crash reports without code tags are annoying

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I will look into this but I am positive those pages were under correct headings when I tested the release version.

 

Edit: I made a clean install on a computer that has never seen ApexDC before and I can't replicate any of the issues in your post, likewise 64bit Win8. Also I would hope that an issue like this would have been reported by multiple people because it is very visible. Likewise my development installation (which is also my primary ApexDC install) is fine.

 

Based on above, this seems to be specific to your installation of ApexDC. Can you backup your Settings directory (or ApexDC directory under AppData, depending on your setup) and see if you have the same issues with a blank install. If a blank install solves the issue for you could you then PM me your DCPlusPlus.xml file.

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Something wrong with options here too,

when I choose COLORS&FONTS or USER LIST COLORS, it gives me some other options, like general or toolbars ...

 

win7 sp1 x64

Kaspersky 2014

malwarebytes

 

virus free computer

 

Best regards,

keep up the good work

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I have now managed to reproduce this problem, unfortunately it seems completely random.

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Hello, I think is something wrong Logs -> Plugins etc. :) or is this new? and Params and Raw doesn´t work. Other, I think works ok.

 

 

Something wrong with options here too,

when I choose COLORS&FONTS or USER LIST COLORS, it gives me some other options, like general or toolbars ...

 

 

This problem can be entirely avoided by staying away from the Colors & Fonts page. Which also explains why I did not see it, because I never change those settings. This one was fun one to track down because it had literally nothing to do with the manifested problem whatsoever. Also it is worth to note that XP binaries do not have this issue at all.

 

I will reupload 1.5.12 builds with the fix soon, sorry for any inconvenience in advance.

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Forgot saying I always using Slim version because is on other partition and I have other folders inside like BOTs, HUB, etc.

 

And about my error I thing it was when Share was loaded because now work ok. First run 2mins. I never use backup. It's a bit annoying because I have to adjust every time when is new update but np :) I always like Clean fresh install... backup I never use on any softwares!

 

 

About Themes I dont like white original theme and I never had/have :)

 

This is my ApexDC++ black because I have black windows theme and LG 23" IPS black monitor :) This is old hubsoft... but Theme is always the same. This pictures are old.

 

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Forgot saying I always using Slim version because is on other partition and I have other folders inside like BOTs, HUB, etc.

 

And about my error I thing it was when Share was loaded because now work ok. First run 2mins. I never use backup. It's a bit annoying because I have to adjust every time when is new update but np :) I always like Clean fresh install... backup I never use on any softwares!

 

 

About Themes I dont like white original theme and I never had/have :)

 

This is my ApexDC++ black because I have black windows theme and LG 23" IPS black monitor :) This is old hubsoft... but Theme is always the same. This pictures are old.

 

<<removed>>

 

I appreciate the enthusiasm to share your setup but I can't allow you to upload screenshots of what you're downloading/sharing. Upload a clean screenshot for us all to see. Keep spreading the word. ;)

 

In case anyone hasn't noticed we have uploaded a new build: 1.5.12.2141

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Used Apex DC after a really long time and have installed a mandatory update -- new setup version 1.5.12.2141.

Getting the same error.

OS: Win XP SP2

 

Please note that I am a noob - not a developer like most of the guyz here. So you need to explain me accordingly.

Do reply back regarding this problem.

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Used Apex DC after a really long time and have installed a mandatory update -- new setup version 1.5.12.2141.

Getting the same error.

OS: Win XP SP2

 

Please note that I am a noob - not a developer like most of the guyz here. So you need to explain me accordingly.

Do reply back regarding this problem.

 

What issue are you getting?

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With the release of 1.5.11 it was brought to our attention that ApexDC can no longer run on all versions of Windows XP, more specifically installations that have not been upgraded with the last available service pack for the operating system (SP3). Unfortunately there is nothing we can do to address this problem and as such Service Pack 3 is the only supported version of XP for ApexDC going forward.

We will continue to provide binaries that can run on Windows XP Service Pack 3 as long as it is technically possible and otherwise feasible for us to do so.

Much appreciated. :)

Microsoft is constantly nudging its users towards purchasing new products. In the name of security of course. This is nothing new. SP2 was an entirely new OS and software compiled for it was incompatible with earlier SPs and Win2K.

I believe that with most share sizes an XP computer is perfectly capable to serve as a seedbox. Its security will only increase as time moves on, because malware too will start relying on modern OSes, EncodePointer, GetLogicalProcessor, or some SP3 stuff in iphlpapi.dll.

This version is loading and working fine in XP SP3. Download Queue context has a header again, except for that colored line. :)

 

Keep spreading the word.

Indeed. I'm putting ApexDC on all computers; I like its polished UI and certain extensions. Works fine on XP SP1 and later if I block the update DNS name. Unlike AirDC and others, the UI doesn't visually break apart on the Windows Classic theme, hence 'polished'.

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"The procedure entry point getlogicalprocessorinformation could not be located kernel32.dll"

 

Above is the error.

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"The procedure entry point getlogicalprocessorinformation could not be located kernel32.dll"

 

Above is the error.

Run windows update and install Service Pack 3, further discussion on this topic is in the 1.5.11 release topic as well as in the first post of this topic. People in this topic have mentioned a potential way of running older versions of ApexDC on pre-SP3 versions of XP but this is not in any way officially supported by us (nor will there be any future public discussion on how this can be done, because it is as stated not supported).

The gist of it, for anyone reading this, we no longer can support versions of Windows XP that do not have the latest (or last as it may) updates installed. This is not a choice by us but something Microsoft has kindly decided for us.

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