Qtella is a client for the Gnet with many useful features. It is written in C++, uses the Qt libraries, and is available for Linux. Qtella's advantages over other clients include the fact that it is very fast (since it uses C++ instead of Java), it available for multiple platforms (since it uses Qt), and it is not spyware.
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: A preview of an integrated Yahoo! messenger was included.
Release Notes: The crash which occurred when trying to establish connections was fixed. Some buttons and context menus were reactivated.
Release Notes: This release adds an MDI interface and support for KDE 3.1 and Qt 3.1.1.
Release Notes: A "Download to" entry was added to the download contextual menu. Style settings are now saved on exit. A progress bar was added for uploads. The option to sort the search results in a case-insensitive manner was added. Search results which already exist in shared directories are now hidden. Specified hosts may now be blocked. The selection mode of the upload list was changed to the extended mode. The correct port for incoming connections is now sent. Fixes were made for a FreeBSD compilation error, a wrong range calculation, the progress calculation for interrupted downloads, and a bug which caused 100% CPU usage when an existing file aborts.
No changes have been submitted for this release.