Changeset 11767


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Timestamp:
Jan 25, 2011, 1:53:33 AM (11 years ago)
Author:
livings124
Message:

update the help to note that blocklists may be compressed

Location:
trunk/macosx
Files:
3 edited

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  • trunk/macosx/BlocklistDownloader.m

    r11765 r11767  
    244244    NSAssert(fDestination != nil, @"the blocklist file destination has not been specified");
    245245   
    246         [self decompressBlocklist];
    247        
     246    [self decompressBlocklist];
     247   
    248248    const int count = tr_blocklistSetContent([PrefsController handle], [fDestination UTF8String]);
    249249   
  • trunk/macosx/TransmissionHelp/html/peers.html

    r11386 r11767  
    2929                        </div>
    3030                                <p>The <a href='http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Distributed_hash_table'>Distributed Hash Table (DHT)</a> allows peers to be obtained without connecting to the tracker. This allows transfers to continue even if trackers are unreachable.
    31                                  It is another way that Transmission can attach to the swarm quicker. DHT is automatically disabled for privately tracked torrents.
     31                                It is another way that Transmission can attach to the swarm quicker. DHT is automatically disabled for privately tracked torrents.
    3232                                <p>
    3333                        <div id="pagetitle">
     
    5555                                                <h1>What is a blocklist? </h1>
    5656                                        </div>
    57                                                 <p>Transmission can block specific peers by utilizing a blocklist. An internet address for a blocklist file containing a list of IP addresses can be entered (Preferences -> Peers) and configured to auto-update weekly. Blocklists can also be manually added into ~/Library/Application Support/Transmission.<p>
     57                                                <p>Transmission can block specific peers by utilizing a blocklist. An internet address for a blocklist file containing a list of IP addresses can be entered (Preferences -> Peers) and configured to auto-update weekly. Blocklists can also be manually added into ~/Library/Application Support/Transmission.
     58                                                <p>The internet address may be to a text file or compressed file. Most standard compression formats are supported, including ZIP.
     59                                                <p>
    5860
    5961                </div>
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