Projects / TorrentVolve


TorrentVolve is a cross-platform Web-based BitTorrent client. It focuses on speed and reliability, while also providing a full feature set. It includes a user management system, a Torrent file manager, and a configurable Torrent downloader.

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Recent releases

  •  28 Dec 2006 13:59

    Release Notes: The plus sign ("+") was added to the list of recognized Torrent name characters. URL encoding for non-standard Torrent names was added. An issue with Torrents containing ".torrent" in their names was fixed. When writing numeric settings, decimal values are now rounded for Azureus. The popup links were changed for compatibility with certain versions of Internet Explorer. Support for the PHP 5.2.0 ZIP extension was replaced with PclZip 2.5. Prioritizing and rate throttling of Torrents was added. A TorrentVolve update notification was added.

    •  20 Dec 2006 11:48

      Release Notes: In the Archive, the recursive deletion of directories and their contents was made possible. Also, the Archive now only lists files that end with .torrent in the Torrents section, rather than any file with .torrent in its filename. The Torrent Module no longer has a problem with Torrents including the characters "'", "(", or ")". Additionally, text status messages for Azureus were updated. For the Torrent Manager UI, several status-to-action mappings were changed or added.

      •  18 Dec 2006 22:42

        Release Notes: This release fixes a Linux issue with PHP execution so that the application is completely functional under Linux. A server restarting concurrency issue has been resolved. Change Password allowing users to change password when they use the forgot password feature has been fixed. This release has archive directory viewing with automatic zipping of directories for HTTP downloads, ETA, peers, and torrent total displays on the home page, as well as enabling and disabling automatic page refreshing.


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