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    Sending files using MOO

    Has anyone sucessfully made an application in mmf2 that sends any file to an other client using one or more of the Moo objects? Did you code in a progress bar? Can I get an exaple of the code used?
    I'm making an application that will send a file off to the recipient when it's dropped on the application.
    Can MOO game do this easier than Moo click or Moo sock?

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    Re: Sending files using MOO

    I know that there is some exemples of that using MooSock.. Dont know where they are
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    Re: Sending files using MOO

    I don't remember any example around, but I use Moosock for this all the time, without any problem (the different maps of my mmorpg are zip files, sent to client). Just remember "Receive Binary-Create file" doesn't work. You can use "Append to file" instead, it will create a file if the specified one doesn't exist.

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    Re: Sending files using MOO

    tigs made the HTTP downloader in the old forum which works fine using MOOSock

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    Re: Sending files using MOO

    HTTP will mean I have to start a web server and I want this to work with my own software.

    Corentin how do you end the recieve?

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    Re: Sending files using MOO

    you dont have to, its an example. Basically, they connect together and 1 sends binary from file, the other recieves and appends it to a file

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    Re: Sending files using MOO

    Yeah, it's as simple as neat_Kliker2 said, only one action in the server and one in the client.

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    Re: Sending files using MOO

    Somebody should still do an example. Cause it can be confusing.

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    Re: Sending files using MOO

    Well, I don't mean to be rude, but this seems very easy to do... And I'm pretty sure there's an example (made by Rushino I think) in this forum. You'll probably find some others in the old forum (I don't remember for sure though).

    All you have to do is, in the server to host on any port, accept connexion, then send the file.
    On the client you have to connect and receive binary-Append to file.

    Of course you'll have to disconnect too.

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    Re: Sending files using MOO

    The problem with the forum is that the search function is restrictive. I have to wait before I can perform searches.

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