Linux DC++ is a project to port the DC++ direct connect client to Linux or any POSIX-compliant Unix.
|Tags||Communications File Sharing Direct Connect|
Release Notes: The option to hide the main toolbar didn't work after restarting. Compiling with GCC 4.3 was fixed. A menu item to copy a nick was added to the main chat. An "Open containing folder" option was added to finished transfers. Only one instance per profile is allowed. Nick completion now finds nicks in the form [xyz]nick. Speed and time are cleared after uploads and downloads finish. The ability to view user command sub-menus was added.
Release Notes: The get file list is now expanded to the selected item in the search. Support for distcc and ccache was removed. A crash when loading a corrupt file list was fixed. New and improved irssi-like nick completion was added. A deadlock in the core is was fixed, improving socket disconnections.
Release Notes: The DC++ core was upgraded to 0.698. The "Ignore private messages from bots" option was added. Lots of other bugs were fixed to get the core to compile on *nix. The "Don't download files already in the queue" option was added.
Release Notes: This release adds fixes connection regression, decouples the hashing dialog, and disallows named pipes. It adds multiple selection capability to the nick list, hashing of sockets, and device files.
Release Notes: Search filtering was improved. A duplicate gthread-2.0 was removed. Segmentation faults were reduced. A multiple selection capability was added to Finished Transfers and transferview.