GZDoom 3.2.4 Released

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Re: GZDoom 3.2.4 Released

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The name ZDoom.org still fits considering all the involved ports are in some way based off of ZDoom (It's a good catchall for any future ports too).
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Jaxxoon R wrote:The name ZDoom.org still fits considering all the involved ports are in some way based off of ZDoom (It's a good catchall for any future ports too).
Given that I don't think you can use asterisks in domain names, I don't expect *zdoom.org will work. =P
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wildweasel wrote:Given that I don't think you can use asterisks in domain names, I don't expect *zdoom.org will work. =P
We could try ^[a-zA-Z]+$doom.org. :p
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Dark Pulse wrote:
wildweasel wrote:Given that I don't think you can use asterisks in domain names, I don't expect *zdoom.org will work. =P
We could try ^[a-zA-Z]+$doom.org. :p
That's not very marketable. :P
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You cannot register wildcard (or regex) top-level domains - period. If you could, companies like Toyota and others would not have such issue with squatters taking typos of their domain names.
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Looks good. Good news!
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What's the minimum OS for this build?
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I downloaded the 64-bit build, and Windows Defender says it's infeteced with a Trojan Horse Win32/Peals.F!cl! 3.2.4 32-bit build and older 64-bit packages seem clean. I don't know whether it's false positive or not, just would like to report this. Thanks for the release, anyway.
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ksio89 wrote:I downloaded the 64-bit build, and Windows Defender says it's infeteced with a Trojan Horse Win32/Peals.F!cl! 3.2.4 32-bit build and older 64-bit packages seem clean. I don't know whether it's false positive or not, just would like to report this. Thanks for the release, anyway.
Virustotal's result : 0/66

I think it may false positive, and it's not first time something like this happens. Try make exclusion in that if you feel bother.
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Turns out this is a known problem with the current Windows Defender definitions with many, many programs. The most we can hope for is that Microsoft can push a fix soon.
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Okay, thanks for explanation, folks. I downloaded 3.2.5 64-bit build and no more false positve alert by Windows Defender. I would like to apologise for even doubting whether the files were clean or not :| I'll never trust Windows Defender so blindly next time.
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We get reports like that all the time. It's why I didn't even bother responding - they're so common and virus scanners that keep doing this really don't care about small projects like this, it's not even worth the effort of trying to fight it. It's really just the nature of the beast.

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