Blocklist URL - better with listed urls?

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Blocklist URL - better with listed urls?

Postby medigeek » Wed Jul 18, 2007 7:55 am

Wouldn't it be better to have some real urls instead of the "url" box? I mean a list of blocklists with a checkbox on the side.
by the way, they only peerguardian list I found is http://peerguardian.sourceforge.net/lists/p2p.php which redirects to a 7-zip archive, not gzip, which I see it's not supported. Any ideas? Which lists work at the moment?

Oh, one more thing, how do we import manually the peerlist data (if there is an easy way)?

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Postby markybob » Wed Jul 18, 2007 9:58 am

medigeek wrote:Wouldn't it be better to have some real urls instead of the "url" box? I mean a list of blocklists with a checkbox on the side.
by the way, they only peerguardian list I found is http://peerguardian.sourceforge.net/lists/p2p.php which redirects to a 7-zip archive, not gzip, which I see it's not supported. Any ideas? Which lists work at the moment?

Oh, one more thing, how do we import manually the peerlist data (if there is an easy way)?

you're probably right. if you send me a patch for this, i'll commit it

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Re: Blocklist URL - better with listed urls?

Postby medigeek » Fri Jul 20, 2007 5:14 am

If only I knew a lot about scripting.. :?

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Re: Blocklist URL - better with listed urls?

Postby eternalsword » Fri Jul 20, 2007 7:53 pm

you can probably manually enter data locally by file:// url, so if the data is at /home/me/blocklist.tar.gz you might try file:///home/me/blocklist.tar.gz and see if it imports

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Re: Blocklist URL - better with listed urls?

Postby markybob » Fri Jul 20, 2007 8:00 pm

eternalsword wrote:you can probably manually enter data locally by file:// url, so if the data is at /home/me/blocklist.tar.gz you might try file:///home/me/blocklist.tar.gz and see if it imports

dont need to. just typing "/home/me/blocklist.tar.gz" will work. the plugin checks the input to see if it's a url or a local path and acts accordingly. i think he was asking about having radio buttons with set lists instead of having to input your own

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Re: Blocklist URL - better with listed urls?

Postby silverdulcet » Sat Jul 21, 2007 6:58 am

Would it be difficult to add 7zip support for the blocklist importer? Its in the universe repos:
http://packages.ubuntu.com/feisty/utils/p7zip
or
http://packages.ubuntu.com/feisty/utils/p7zip-full

Then the links for peerguardian.sourceforge.net lists would work.

BTW, thanks for writing Deluge. I was using Azureus but am really loving Deluge. :D

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Re: Blocklist URL - better with listed urls?

Postby markybob » Sat Jul 21, 2007 7:17 am

silverdulcet wrote:Would it be difficult to add 7zip support for the blocklist importer? Its in the universe repos:
http://packages.ubuntu.com/feisty/utils/p7zip
or
http://packages.ubuntu.com/feisty/utils/p7zip-full

Then the links for peerguardian.sourceforge.net lists would work.

BTW, thanks for writing Deluge. I was using Azureus but am really loving Deluge. :D

yes, it would be, because there's no python support for 7zip. and you're welcome :) glad you like it

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Postby medigeek » Sat Jul 21, 2007 11:48 am

markybob wrote:yes, it would be, because there's no python support for 7zip. and you're welcome :) glad you like it

I'm not sure if this is even 7-zip related, but it was on the 7-zip.org website, sohow about this:
http://www.joachim-bauch.de/projects/python/pylzma/

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Re: Blocklist URL - better with listed urls?

Postby markybob » Sat Jul 21, 2007 6:51 pm

medigeek wrote:
markybob wrote:yes, it would be, because there's no python support for 7zip. and you're welcome :) glad you like it

I'm not sure if this is even 7-zip related, but it was on the 7-zip.org website, sohow about this:
http://www.joachim-bauch.de/projects/python/pylzma/

it's been tried and it doesnt work well at all. hopefully it'll get better in the future and then we'll look at it again

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Re: Blocklist URL - better with listed urls?

Postby shirish » Sat Jul 21, 2007 7:17 pm

markybob wrote:
medigeek wrote:
markybob wrote:yes, it would be, because there's no python support for 7zip. and you're welcome :) glad you like it

I'm not sure if this is even 7-zip related, but it was on the 7-zip.org website, sohow about this:
http://www.joachim-bauch.de/projects/python/pylzma/

it's been tried and it doesnt work well at all. hopefully it'll get better in the future and then we'll look at it again


markybob,
The issues you had while trying to work it, did you report them on their mailing list or something. Sometimes they don't know or you might have some info. that they might not know about. I am just gonna re-direct this conversation there, maybe if they are curious then also come to know about the project also & who knows he might have something worth testing about :)
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