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giFT project

giFT is a framework for bridging multiple backend peer-to-peer protocols and the user interface associated with them. It is implemented as a modular daemon able to handle multiple simultaneous client connections using a simple text-based interface protocol.

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  •  12 Jul 2003 20:08

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    •  04 Jul 2002 05:42

    Release Notes: Compile support for BSD and SunOS systems, sending "Connection: close" with every node list upload message, fixes for some compiling warnings when -Wall is used, a fix for bug #461957 (moved fclose()), and a new ability to set the full pathname of your nodes file with the -n option of the daemon.

    •  04 Jul 2002 05:43

    Release Notes: giFT now uses autoconf/automake. You can now continue interrupted downloads. Buxfixes were also made.

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