Mac users pay attention, OSX builds switching to 64-bit
Submitted by Nir on Mon, 03/12/2012 — 00:33
Tonight’s build of SoulseekQt for Mac is the first public version of SoulseekQt that’s built as a 64-bit executable. Up until recently, I’ve been using a version of OSX tweaked for use with an AMD processor inside of a virtual machine. The difficulties this created were many. It was not stable, it was very slow, but worst of all it did not support 64-bit programs, and consequently could not run the newest version of Qt Creator. Instead, I had to settle for an older 32-bit version that linked against older versions of the Qt library and could never be updated.
Submitted by Nir on Sat, 03/17/2012 — 00:32
I usually wait longer before releasing a new version, but I’ve been working on a user notes feature, and am quite pleased with how it turned out. So I figured, why the hell not. This is the equivalent of the user notes feature in the original Soulseek client, but with a better integrated, more prominent user interface that makes it less of a secret feature. To add or edit a user’s note, use the corresponding context menu option. The attached note will appear next to their entry in your user list and any other list you put them in, meaning the unshared or ignored lists.