Release Notes: This release fixes the bug in which the --check-integrity option doesn't work properly if a file including the last piece is missing. The internal receive buffer was increased for FTP in order to receive big banners. The Ukrainian, Russian, and Simplified Chinese translations were updated.
Release Notes: This release fixes the bug that prevents certain BitTorrent downloads from finishing, a possible segmentation fault when gzip decoding is involved, and an infinite loop bug if the last "0" chunk-size marker is not received in chunked encoding transfer. aria2 now supports Web seeding (HTTP seeding) for a single file torrent. The Ukrainian translation was updated.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug where aria2 incorrectly determined that the specified share ratio was reached because of miscalculation of upload bytes, and the bug where the upload limit exceeded the value specified in the --seed-ratio option depending on the timing of the execution of SeedCheckCommand.
Release Notes: This release adds the ability to specify the output filenames in BitTorrent downloads, the option to limit overall download speed, dry run mode, and the file allocation mode 'falloc'. The -i list option can now take new options: select-file and index-out. The default behavior of sending HTTP Authorization header is reverted back to version 1.1.2 style. You can now seed read-only files in BitTorrent. The performance optimization has been done. Indonesian, Russian, Italian, Ukrainian, Simplified Chinese, Japanese, Spanish, and Norwegian Nynorsk translations were updated.
Release Notes: This release adds the AdaptiveURISelector from Mandriva developers, and changes the default value of the --proxy-method option from "tunnel" to "get". Several BitTorrent options were added. HTTP Authorization was also refined so that now authorization header is sent to the server only when it is requested. aria2 now returns an exit code depending on the last error. This release adds an experimental built-in HTTP server that provides the current download progress in plain HTML. Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Russian, Spanish, and Ukrainian translations were updated.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug where BitTorrent download didn't finish when a REJECT message was received before a CHOKE message. The --use-head option was added to toggle whether the HEAD method should be used in the first HTTP request. To use GET method as the first request, give --use-head=false to aria2c.
Release Notes: This release fixes the bug where --summary-interval=0 didn't work.
Release Notes: This release fixes many bugs such as a buggy HTTP pipelining implementation that leads to corrupted downloads, bad cookie handling, and sending of badly formed URIs to the tracker. The --max-overall-upload-limit option was added to control overall (not per torrent) upload speed. The biggest change in this release is that the package name was changed from "aria2c" to "aria2". This changes the installation directory of the documents and the translation files (*.mo).
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug that caused floating point exceptions when the -T option is used without URIs. The HEAD method is now used to get size information from a Web server. The MinGW32 environment is now supported, including all unit tests. Ukrainian and Norwegian Nynorsk translations were updated.
Release Notes: This release adds the ability to verify peers using given trusted CA certificates and client certificate authentication in HTTPS. The ability to form a persistent connection using a proxy and support for well-known environment variables for proxy settings were also added. The bug that caused a segmentation fault during seeding was fixed. Now users can specify output the filename and directory in the input file. The average download speed are now printed in Download results. The following options are now enabled by default: --ftp-pasv and --enable-direct-io.