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osiris
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Nicotine+ Portable

Nicotine is Hyriand's rewrite of PySoulSeek with a PyGTK2 GUI
Nicotine+ is a fork, an attempt, to keep Nicotine working with the latest libraries, kill bugs, keep current with the Soulseek protocol and add some new features that users want and/or need.

As win32 develeloper* for Nicotine+ and a big fan of PortableApps, I made a portable version of Nicoine+

* kind of big word Wink

You can download it here

This is the second version after alot of struggling to get a PyGTK app working which didn't have high cpu/memory useage.

Althrough I would like to have GTK seperated, I have no idea how. I did look at Gimp/Gaim portable sources but no luck Sad

Another thing I worry about is the size (10MB).. can I make it even smaller? I already compressed all *.dll and *.exe with winUpack.

Any help/feedback is more than welcome. Enjoy soulseek everywhere!

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Not found.
Server not found
Firefox can't find the server at nicotineplus.codedchaos.com.

Also

Firefox can't find the server at www.codedchaos.com.
Changed to "Oops! This person hasn't uploaded their site yet..."
& then "There is no website configured at this address." during this post.

I am assuming the site is being worked on...

~Lurk~

~Lurk~

osiris
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huh?
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WinUPack

Actually, I'm pretty sure WinUPack is closed source, in which case you cannot use it to compress GPLed EXEs and DLLs (it's a copyright violation to do so since it violates the GPL). You should use UPX to compress all EXEs and DLLs.

Sometimes, the impossible can become possible, if you're awesome!

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UPX it is.

How dumb of me not to check that. In this forum-section winUpack is mention often, so I assume it was opensource. thanks for the tip Smile

In case someone hits the same issue:

http://upx.sourceforge.net/
http://upxshell.sourceforge.net/
http://upxer.sourceforge.net/ (won't work with latest UPX)

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