You're always welcome to create a patch. I think these days that'd be
the fastest solution for yourself especially if you still keep using
DC++ code as upstream.

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Title:
  SFV checker file name bug

Status in DC++:
  Confirmed

Bug description:
  SFV checker code contains a bug: the file name inside SFV file is
  searched by substring and no check for end of line is performed.

  Example:
  The folder with the following files:

  the.fp.2011.limited.1080p.bluray.x264-psychd.sub
  the.fp.2011.limited.1080p.bluray.x264-psychd.subs.sfv

  SFV file contains:

  the.fp.2011.limited.1080p.bluray.x264-psychd.subs.rar 18239c0b

  Expected result:
  No CRC32 record for "the.fp.2011.limited.1080p.bluray.x264-psychd.sub" is 
found inside SFV file.

  Actual result:
  dcpp/SFVReader.cpp SFVReader::tryFile opens SFV file, finds 
"the.fp.2011.limited.1080p.bluray.x264-psychd.sub" substring and tries to 
convert hex string of "s.rar 18" (instead of "18239c0b") to hex value with 
sscanf.
  the.fp.2011.limited.1080p.bluray.x264-psychd.sub is not added to share 
because of incorrect CRC32.

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