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  •  19 Oct 2010 15:04

Release Notes: This release fixes the bug in which file allocation is enabled in HTTP even if --file-allocation=none is specified.

  •  21 Feb 2010 17:04

Release Notes: This release fixes the bug in which --file-allocation=falloc didn't work with single file download. It also fixes the bug in which the return value of aria2 was unreliable if an error occurred before download begins. When custom request headers are specified by the --header option, they now override built-in headers if they have same name.

  •  03 Feb 2010 16:16

Release Notes: This release fixes the bug that causes segmentation fault with the --max-file-not-found option involved. Now aria2 can handle a redirected URI which is not properly percent encoded. In the MinGW32 build, console readout is now always cut by 80 characters. The 'bittorrent' key was added to the response of the tellStatus XML-RPC method. The associated value of the key is a struct and contains data retrieved from a .torrent file, such as name, announce-list, comment, etc.

Release Notes: This release fixes the bug that causes a segmentation fault if unknown options exist in the aria2.conf file and the user cannot include an empty line in aria2.conf. The following new command line options were added: --http-no-cache, --bt-metadata-only, and --human-readable. The aria2.getSessionInfo XML-RPC method was added. The "dir" and "files" keys were added to the response struct of the aria2.tellStatus XML-RPC method. aria2 now returns a gzip compressed XML-RPC response if the XML-RPC client accepts gzip content encoding.

  •  10 Oct 2009 17:54

Release Notes: This release fixes a segmentation fault which occurred if the URI to download contains a printf format string and logging is enabled. The build scripts were updated to automake 1.11 and autoconf 2.64. The Ukrainian translation was updated.


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