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    thinBasic beta 1.7.10.0

    thinBasic Beta 1.7.9.0 version development has been stopped and moved to thinBasic 1.7.10.0
    Here is the link where you can download it: http://www.thinbasic.biz/projects/th...c_1.7.10.0.zip


    Here is the link to PDF version of help file: http://www.thinbasic.biz/projects/thinbasic/thinBasic_Help(PDF).zip (about 6Mb)


    This beta supersede any other beta versions so far and includes all recent changes including up to date TBGL and Oxygen modules.
    This Beta features the first release of new thinAir in which the editor control has been completely rewritten.
    Huge set of new features and functionalities.

    Attention:
    this version deletes \thinBasic\thinAir\ directory during installation.
    If you have script files or personal files in that directory, please move them into another directory before installation.


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    Re: thinBasic beta 1.7.10.0

    The update to TBGL, among other things, brings support for new version of M15 format.
    The difference is in support for storage of normal vectors.

    New M15 file specification can be downloaded from here:
    http://psch.thinbasic.com/data/thinE...fileformat.pdf

    Updated OBJ2M15 with normal support can be obtained here:
    http://community.thinbasic.com/index...10052#msg10052

    This enhancements allow better integration of models with specific normals, like furniture.
    Attached image shows chair exported from Rhinoceros (model courtesy of Roman Čípek).

    You can see the import of normals helped tricky situation when both smooth and precise normals are required.
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    Re: thinBasic beta 1.7.10.0

    Hello
    I try to download the new version but my AV (ESET NOD32) detects a possible virus in the zip file.
    Message created by the AV is:

    "06/09/2009 13:56:06 HTTP filter file http://www.thinbasic.biz/projects/th...c_1.7.10.0.zip probably unknown STEALTH.CRYPT.TSR.DRIVER virus connection terminated - quarantined XXXX\yyyy Threat was detected upon access to web by the application: C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe."

    My AV has been updated today. Update 4399 (20090905)
    Do you know this incovenience?
    Regards
    Jordi

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    Re: thinBasic beta 1.7.10.0

    Well, that's sure a false positive from NOD32.

    thinBasic is developed on a machine running Trend Office Scan Corporate Edition.
    Setup is created using Inno Setup.
    Setup is than checked against kaspersky AV.
    ZIP is created using Windows XP native compressing functionality.

    I will check NOD32 web site and see what I can get.
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    Re: thinBasic beta 1.7.10.0

    I tried NOD32 Online scanner at http://www.eset.com/onlinescan/ but unfortunately it GPF in IE8 (even in compatibility mode) and also cannot be executed from FireFox.
    I suppose it GPF because it try to install an IE Helper that my Firewall (Comodo) does not like.

    I will try into a different way.
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    Re: thinBasic beta 1.7.10.0

    Ok, I've installed NOD32 30 days free trial and confirmed the problem both on thinBasic 1.7.10.0 ZIP download and also on thinCore.dll (1.7.10.0) library if already present on disk.

    Of course it is a false positive.
    And looking googling around I've found that recently NOD32 had a lot of false positive errors, some even on the Windows OS: http://kb.eset.com/esetkb/index?page...p=LIST_POPULAR

    The fact that NOD32 reply with a "probably unknown ..." message is a clear indication that the AV engine is (for some reasons) not able to scan the requested file so it is marked as a potential virus while it is not.

    I will see if I can do something like changing some code and recompiling. Sometimes this solves the problem.

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    Re: thinBasic beta 1.7.10.0

    Ok, I've sent an email to ESET customer support.
    Hope they will reply with a solution.

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    Hi there.
    I'm the author of thinBasic programming language. Recently I have released a new version of my application. It can be found at: http://community.thinbasic.com/index...21972#msg21972
    It seems NOD32 is detecting the ZIP file as "probably unknown STEALTH.CRYPT.TSR.DRIVER". Some of my users using NOD32 cannot download it.
    I tried your 30 days free version and I can confirm it. I also downlaoded and installed thinBasic programming language without NOD32 and than activated NOD32. In this case thinCore.dll is again considered a possible virus while it is not.
    As additional details: all my .exe or .dll are packed with UPX.

    Can you please give me back and possibly find a solution? I update thinBasic programming language quite often.
    I tested thinBasic and all my developed applications using Trend Micro Office Corporate edition.

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    Re: thinBasic beta 1.7.10.0

    Same goes for AVIRA Antivir, it reacts on the TBP/IP modules again and during installation. Maybe on the onlinecore module as well.

    Maybe it would be wise not to UPX these modules.
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    Re: thinBasic beta 1.7.10.0

    I recently started using Panda Cloud Antivirus & encountered no problems.
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    Re: thinBasic beta 1.7.10.0

    It's the first time that a false positive has been detected with NOD32. Till now no problems in the previous downloads of thinBasic beta versions or any other product.
    Thanks for your interest.
    Jordi

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