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April’s Monthly Update

So, here’s the promised monthly update for what happened since the last one. Much like last month, there’s not that much new…

  • Login server acts more like Sega’s did, with an initial menu presenting “Ship Select” and “Download”. Ships now have numbers, and are sorted based on their numbers. Also, align terminology for the ship select menus between ship server and login server (using Sega’s old terminology).
  • Fix a memory leak in the login server.
  • Don’t detect invisible PBs as hacked in the legit checker (since there are legit reasons for them).
  • Further logging when hacked items are detected in the legit checker.

This brings things up to r419. Fair warning, don’t expect much next month. I have a lot of stuff to do between now and the middle of next month that will probably limit my time for working on Sylverant significantly. After that I should have plenty of time to do things… Hopefully.

4 Responses to “April’s Monthly Update”

  1. K_I_R_E_E_K says:

    Hehe, keep up the good work Bluecrab, all these little things are what make sylverant unique.
    Thank You.

  2. roady73 says:

    Keep up the good work. It’s good to be playing PSO Ver.2 DC online after so long. To see that you are keeping it alive is a great service to me and others. Thank You

  3. Aleron Ives says:

    It’s too bad you didn’t wait to make the monthly post until after adding the friend list command, seeing as it’s a long-awaited feature. 😉 Kudos for adding it.

  4. BlueCrab says:

    Thanks for the support, everyone. 🙂

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