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  •  23 Dec 2008 14:43

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).

  •  06 Sep 2008 21:39

Release Notes: This release fixes the bug in chunk checksum validation and an infinite loop in FTP downloads and a segmentation fault when downloading gzipped files from Metalink. The Turkish translation was added and the German and Russian translations were updated.

  •  15 Aug 2008 17:28

Release Notes: This release fixes a memory leak and an occasional assertion failure bug. Danish and Greek translations were added. Catalan, Norwegian Nynorsk, and Spanish translations were updated.

  •  20 Jun 2008 17:05

Release Notes: This release adds epoll support for Linux and the ability to limit the number of files to be opened to support more than 1024 files in a multi-file torrent. Several bugs in BitTorrent downloads are fixed. From this release, aria2 downloads a file using 5 connections in HTTP/FTP by default, and the behavior of the -s option has changed.

  •  11 Feb 2008 07:08

Release Notes: This release updates gettext related files and fixes the critical bugs reported since the previous release. It also adds two translations: Finnish and Hebrew. The existing translations have also been updated.

  •  09 Aug 2007 11:27

Release Notes: This release adds SHA256 support and fixes lots of bugs. The cygwin/mingw patch was also merged.

  •  24 Mar 2006 07:44

Release Notes: This release fixes memory leaks and bugs related to file copying. Some performance tuning has been made to reduce message traffic to the peers.


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