New BPQ32 Beta release is available in the files section of the BPQ32 Yahoo Group
- A new beta release of BPQ32 is available in the files section of the
BPQ32 Yahoo Group:
The details of this release can be found in the document
BPQ32_409u_Beta_20060306.htm contained in the above folder.
From the release document:
7.15 2006/03/30 BPQAXIP resolves URL’s in bpqaxip.cfg every 15 minutes.
This is valuable as many users have dynamic addresses and use services
such as www.no-ip.com which will track such changes. Other changes the
user may make to bpqaxip.cfg can be immediately applied by editing the
file and then as sysop issuing the command EXTRESTART n m, where n = the
bpqaxip port number and m = 1. The digit 1 is a flag that is immediately
set in BPQ32, and regularly checked to determine if bpqaxip.cfg needs to
be re-read. BPQ32 resets this flag to 0 upon the re-read of bpqaxip.cfg.
To issue this command you must attain sysop status, which is done
locally from BPQTerminal by typing ‘password’. Remotely entering
‘password’ will require the entry of a password as explained in the file
BPQTelnetServer now provides for CTEXT as configured in
Two new parameters L4APPL= and APPLnCALL= , which should follow the
APPLICATIONS= line, have been added to bpqcfg.txt. L4APPL= controls
which one of the positional parameters in APPLICATIONS= should be
executed upon a connection to the BBSALIAS:BBSCALL. APPLnCALL=, for n =
1 through 8, and all 8 may be stated, define ‘call’s, which when
connected to will execute the corresponding positional parameter in
APPLICATIONS=. A more thorough explanation has been added to the example
A new release of BPQTNC2.dll resolves a flow control issue.
Beta testers should update to the new file set. Check for the presence
of bpq32.dll in C:\Windows\.... If you have previously installed
bpa32.dll there, you will have to manually replace it with the updated
version. You may have to execute RegBPQ32.bat from your BPQ32 files
directory to register the new BPQCtrl.ocx.
Ron Stordahl, N5IN