posted by Antique on 13-Aug-2008 20:03:15 (2879 reads)
Changes: *  Fixed incorrect ordering of dictionary keys in created torrent metainfo file. * Remove unneeded buffer allocation in bencode_buf. * Insure appropriate file can be closed if needed. * Fix double-cancel in StopDownload. * Incorrectly set not_interested state in RequestPiece when it should set m_standby, as there are still outstanding requests * Corrected a problem in choke oscillation handling. * Avoid re-requesting the most recently requested piece from a peer, to reduce choke oscillation impact. * Set multpeer on choke oscillation, to accept the affected piece. * Don't print file completion details with -c if no files existed. * Set errno in low-level btfiles functions to facilitate better error messages. * Set ENOMEM on alloc failure in truncate routine * Corrected some CTCS error handling, which could produce an odd/incorrect message about sending the torrent. * Fix CTCS/Console recursion loop triggered by a network problem, eventually blowing out the stack. * Remove the .bf file when -c is used. This prevents an old bitfield state hanging around if the torrent is found to be complete. * Indicate when a file is being created, even when trying to use sparse files. * Don't print file completion details when no data is present. * Buffer was not freed when using -a (memory waste). * Additional "now" time updates to correct timing flaws. Too many disk accesses could be performed because the time was not being updated between operations. * Fix request URL encoding for non-ASCII locales. * Cache management bug due to expiration during I/O. This could manifest as a bad hash check or incomplete piece after download. * Correction in cache aging of a piece. * Console is unresponsive when downloading slowly (IsIdle problem).
*Rewritten the handling of the text output,hopefully gives no more DSI. *Fixed a bug so the same text won't appear in the listbrowser several times. *Fixed so you can press the mouse button in the listbrowser. This led to system lockup. *Ctorrent will hopefully not crash if the .torrent file is damaged or an empty one. *Cancelling asl requester would crash ctorrent. Has been fixed. *Listbrowser will scroll down when new text is added to show the latest action.
Can be found here: http://www.os4depot.net/index.php?function=showfile&file=network/p2p/ctorrent_gui.lha
I think dtorrent is only a staight port of the win/linux version so no changes. Or maybe a port counts as a change. I dont know how the licenses work ;) However the gui on top is not open source. Its Antiques work.
For sources please check the project page. Maybe its not hard to make an 3.x compile from the linux/x86 version ?