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Lince

Lince is a light and full featured BitTorrent client. The graphic interface has been designed to resemble the old Azureus, and is simple but powerful and gives the user all of the information in an easy and intuitive way. It is configurable and efficient, using as few resources as necessary.

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  •  21 Jun 2012 13:00

    Release Notes: This release has GTK 3.0 support, libtorrent 0.15 support, support for the latest Boost, improved UI, an improved torrent search process, and many bugfixes.

    •  09 Jan 2010 18:31

      Release Notes: Support for handling magnet links was added. The GUI can now scan directories from which torrents are loaded, and can perform torrents searchings by themes. The torrent download dialog can now handle magnet links and directories. Bugs were fixed in the core and GUI.

      •  03 Nov 2009 20:32

        Release Notes: This release has bugfixes and minor GUI enhancements.

        •  29 Dec 2008 00:33

          Release Notes: The core has a bandwidth scheduler, support for making dynamic queues including stopped torrents, and integration with libtorrent 0.14. The GUI has support for the bandwidth scheduler and support for performing torrent searches. The core and GUI have bugfixes.

          •  22 Sep 2008 15:53

            Release Notes: After the user modifies the tracker list, it is automatically reannounced. Priorities were added to torrents that are added automatically. Support for loading torrents from the commands line was added. Support for loading torrents from other applications was added. Support for logging banned and unbanned IP addresses was added. The tracker edition is now persistent between sessions. Some dialogs were fixed, including the lock file dialog.

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