This blog will track the ongoing development of PeerBlock, a fork of the original PeerGuardian 2 code.
My intent is to post to this blog as I work on PeerBlock. These posts will include discussion of new features; tips/tricks I've learned while banging away at the code; analysis of the code as I perform "code archaeology" to figure out what it all means; third-party libraries I'm including; and more. Ideally, I'd love to be able to discuss each and every meaningful SVN commit, for sake of future "archaeologists" if nothing else - the base code is rather obtuse (and almost completely uncommented) so it's taken awhile for me to fully understand what is going on, and I'd love to be able to save the next person who comes along to resurrect the project some grief.
If you're interested in what's coming down the pike for PeerBlock, this is where you want to be to find out!
Thanks for reading,
--- MarkSide ---