Gtk-Gnutella is a full-featured Gnutella client using GTK+. It contains all widely deployed Gnutella features, including DHT support. It is extremely efficient, using little CPU time and memory. It is meant to be left running 24x7. It is fully compatible with UPnP and NAT-PMP, and as such is easy to use behind a firewall supporting one of these port mapping technologies.
|Tags||Communications File Sharing|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Win32|
Release Notes: This is an important release correcting severe bugs affecting the overall wealth of the system: the PARQ upload queue was not properly restored, the DHT was not always sending correct values back (resulting in failed lookups), and SDBM (the hash-on-disk database) had two well-hidden bugs that could cause crashes at startup or that compromised regular runtime operations. This release uses a reliable UDP layer to transfer out-of-band query hits, ensuring that these important messages are properly sent and received and never lost.
Release Notes: This is a bug fixing release.
Release Notes: This is a major release, fixing critical long-standing bugs and introducing handy new features: HTTP request pipelining, GUESS (Gnutella UDP Extension for Scalable Searches), the ability to look for specific media types, the ability to query for partial files as well, and "What's New?" queries.
Release Notes: UPnP and NAT-PMP support was added. More status icons were added for DHT, port mapping, and upload pre-stalling information. 12 minor bugs were fixed and 25 "under the hood" improvements were made.
Release Notes: Client-side support for tigertree hashes was added. The navigation tree was replaced by tabs. The download user-interface was redesigned to make it more accessible. Some selectable pre-defined search filters were added. TLS support was improved. Support for sustained HTTP connections was improved. Assorted bugs were fixed.