Same problem here, the funny thing is it worked fine for some days, then all of a sudden, while adding some new games (while the app was downloading info from dlsite), avast popped up, blocking it and deleting the .exe.
Now i can't even download the program archive from the hosting site because the AV will delete it immediatly.
May be is a false positive due to the downloader function that may look like a trojan downloading harmful stuff ??
A small note to the people with false-positives:
If you compile the manager yourself using the provided source code, the resulting exe doesn't seem to cause any AV warnings.
The trojan heuristics found for the provided binary file may have been caused by the method used to embed the dlls into the executable?
I'm getting the same error. It seems to be really random, and I can't quite say what the cause is. The error is gibberish to me.
*Edit* After some fiddling with settings, the problem is the game doesn't have any sample images, so the Manager gets stuck trying to download what doesn't exist. To get all the DLSite info for the game, in the case it has no samples, go into settings and turn off Download Sample images in the DLSite tab. After you get the cover image and list image downloaded along with the tags and all the other info, then just proceed to turn the option back on. It's a pain, but it's not a particularly big deal.
Yep. Not just you. DLSite changed their page again. Seeing how frequent this is, an editable file to specify for start and end strings of relevant info might be relevant.
I changed the important bits for now though. The NuGet packages I was using to embed the dependencies stopped working too. People were getting false positives about it anyway so there's more .dll files around now.
So, version 0.3.3 I suppose:
Adjusted title detection in DLSitePage.cs;
Removed NuGet packages Fody and its addin Costura;
Found the version number! Changed it.
Up to date code included. Link: mega.nz/#!YldW2S7A!hx2yGFT_AdCnhTrFXsfOubgcrlpz_R2EmIyhq9jvCM4