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by david.dda
2010-03-17 21:32
Forum: FileZilla and FileZilla Server Development
Topic: Found possible bug
Replies: 46
Views: 17619

Re: Found possible bug

Thanks a lot, I didn´t notice it. Why do you want the server to disconnect after 120 seconds? - is there any danger of overloading the FTP connection?
by david.dda
2010-03-17 20:17
Forum: FileZilla and FileZilla Server Development
Topic: Found possible bug
Replies: 46
Views: 17619

Re: Found possible bug

I compiled an older version of FileZilla Server 9-6, when I start the server and connect a FileZilla Client (version 3-3-1) the server disconnect the connection after 2 minutes. When I click in the GUI of the client on some folder shared by the server, the server connects automatically again, but di...
by david.dda
2010-02-18 10:10
Forum: FileZilla and FileZilla Server Development
Topic: Found possible bug
Replies: 46
Views: 17619

Re: Found possible bug

I had a question to a possible memory leak in the AsyncSocketExLayer.cpp file. You created a pointer *pMsg with a new allocation of type t_LayerNotifyMsg, afterwords you use this pointer as a parameter in the PostMessage() function, if the PostMessage() function returns null - (!res), you deallocate...
by david.dda
2010-02-12 01:04
Forum: FileZilla and FileZilla Server Development
Topic: Found possible bug
Replies: 46
Views: 17619

Re: Found possible bug

Hi, what is a /compat switch? Where should I use it?
by david.dda
2010-02-11 16:42
Forum: FileZilla and FileZilla Server Development
Topic: Found possible bug
Replies: 46
Views: 17619

Re: Found possible bug

I think that´s the version included below Start-Control Panel-Administrative Tools-Services, there you´ll find the service "FileZilla Server FTP server" and by choosing Properties, there is the path to the actual version of FileZillaServer.
by david.dda
2010-02-11 13:11
Forum: FileZilla and FileZilla Server Development
Topic: Found possible bug
Replies: 46
Views: 17619

Re: Found possible bug

so, the executable register themselves as a service when I start them? - (clicking on the "FileZilla Server.exe" file?) - so the last executable for FileZilla Server is the last executed (started) "FileZilla Server.exe" file?
by david.dda
2010-02-11 11:01
Forum: FileZilla and FileZilla Server Development
Topic: Found possible bug
Replies: 46
Views: 17619

Re: Found possible bug

I tried to uninstall the service and start again and the server logged on, so that´s fine. There is one more thing: I did three copies of the version 9_6 and compiled all of them, so I have 3 "FileZilla Server.exe" files in three separate Release folders. I did this because I modified the code a lit...
by david.dda
2010-02-10 23:42
Forum: FileZilla and FileZilla Server Development
Topic: Found possible bug
Replies: 46
Views: 17619

Re: Found possible bug

ok, I am trying to compile the 9_6 version. You mean I have to uninstall the FileZilla Server first? I compiled 3 versions 9_6, 9_15 and 9_32, but neither of those three could start the server. So I have to uninstall all first? You wrote: "answer the first question with no and you'll be given that o...
by david.dda
2010-02-10 20:19
Forum: FileZilla and FileZilla Server Development
Topic: Found possible bug
Replies: 46
Views: 17619

Re: Found possible bug

How can I select the unicode build? I built the application just with the following options checked: release, Win32 and pressed Build solution.
by david.dda
2010-02-10 14:36
Forum: FileZilla and FileZilla Server Development
Topic: Found possible bug
Replies: 46
Views: 17619

Re: Found possible bug

Hi, I tried to build the source code of FileZilla Server 9_6, 9_15 and 9_32 and after a successful build (ca. 300 warnings, but 0 errors) I tried to launch the server application by double-click on the "FileZilla Server.exe" file. The window with the message "Start Server - Yes - No" pops out, but w...
by david.dda
2010-02-02 20:30
Forum: FileZilla and FileZilla Server Development
Topic: Found possible bug
Replies: 46
Views: 17619

Re: Found possible bug

But can I know, which type of data will be retrieve, when I am using a static analysis? I think, when the source code analyzer is refered to the recv() function (over some other functions), it tries to get the return value of this function, but since the exact return value is not known before the ap...
by david.dda
2010-02-02 10:07
Forum: FileZilla and FileZilla Server Development
Topic: Found possible bug
Replies: 46
Views: 17619

Re: Found possible bug

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by david.dda
2010-02-02 10:04
Forum: FileZilla and FileZilla Server Development
Topic: Found possible bug
Replies: 46
Views: 17619

Re: Found possible bug

by the term "death function" I mean a function, which doesn´t retrieve any data. The recv() function is just waiting for any input from a client, but the server has to run in order to receive some data, right? When I scanned the source code using Fortify static source code analyzer, it found about 3...
by david.dda
2010-02-01 10:55
Forum: FileZilla and FileZilla Server Development
Topic: Found possible bug
Replies: 46
Views: 17619

Re: Found possible bug

ok, thank you. So the recv() function receives the data from clients in the real time, when both applications run, right? So when a static source code analyzer reports a warning after this function is called, it´s most probably because this function doesn´t retrieve any data, (it is like a death fun...
by david.dda
2010-01-28 20:20
Forum: FileZilla and FileZilla Server Development
Topic: Found possible bug
Replies: 46
Views: 17619

Re: Found possible bug

ok, danke sehr für den Verweis, hab jetzt alles durchstudiert. so the function recv() is waiting for some kind of data, which are send out by a client. Please, can you tell, which kind of data are usually received by the recv() function? I mean the string that is saved in the allocated memory create...