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xMule

xMule is a multi-platform clone of the popular eMule client for the eDonkey filesharing network. Currently supporting various Linux/Unix/BSD platforms, it aims at higher stability and portability than the competitors.

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  •  01 Mar 2006 15:15

    Release Notes: This version focuses primarily on Unicode support, which is now virtually complete.

    •  08 Feb 2006 18:36

      Release Notes: This release has updated compliance to the new ED2K protocol, and also adds initial Unicode support.

      •  17 Jan 2006 05:39

        Release Notes: Numerous fixes were made along with heavy refactoring of the code base. This release is probably very unstable and should be tested with caution.

        •  07 Dec 2005 19:17

          Release Notes: Focuses on wxGTK-specific issues, mostly revolving around the re-implementation of the list control widget.

          •  28 Nov 2005 07:44

            Release Notes: This release focuses mostly on refactoring the 1.12 tree. xMule now uses DynamicPreferences more fully, resulting in a more robust application that uses less memory and is less prone to crash.

            Recent comments

            19 Dec 2005 11:10 crippler

            higher stability?
            It crashes on my amd64 box (running CentOS 4.2) when I try to download the server list before connecting. :-(

            20 Feb 2004 07:39 ElKry

            Re: The ever lasting fight by the amule "team"

            > Right. What this shows is two-fold:
            > 1) Freshmeat should allow the damn
            > owners of a project to delete stupid
            > flames like this that are totally
            > composed by members of a very juvenile,
            > hostile fork of our application.
            > 2) That like alcoholics who never claim
            > they are drunk, deltaHF always believes
            > he is never an asshole :-)
            >
            > Now you know what I deal with on a daily
            > basis from that script-kiddy community
            > ::sigh::
            >
            >

            Well, users can see the daily basis of insults we have to face.
            this is not the place to take out IRC logs, not even from when you enter our irc channel and change the topic with insults about our client and our team.

            Grow up. Leave us alone. You can se NOBODY pasted here until you started flaming here.

            19 Feb 2004 21:17 UnThesis

            Re: The ever lasting fight by the amule "team"

            > my post isn't a flame.. it's only the
            > truth about Carlo (known as Aleric or
            > Run) lies ..


            Right. What this shows is two-fold:
            1) Freshmeat should allow the damn owners of a project to delete stupid flames like this that are totally composed by members of a very juvenile, hostile fork of our application.
            2) That like alcoholics who never claim they are drunk, deltaHF always believes he is never an asshole :-)

            Now you know what I deal with on a daily basis from that script-kiddy community ::sigh::

            19 Feb 2004 15:01 aleric

            Re: The ever lasting fight by the amule "team"
            I think it speaks for itself that within a few hours
            after my post one of the amule developers felt
            the need to reply.

            This proves that they are watching our moves closely.
            Why is he looking at the xmule pages several times a day? Not hard to guess.

            18 Feb 2004 14:32 alsaanDuo

            Re: xMule rox !!!

            >
            > During some months i tried to improve
            > the project, but after that i need to
            > fork for a new one named aMule.
            >
            > Now i am using amule. Same interface,
            > stable and even the configuration and
            > .part's files from xmule were migrated.

            i use xMule when i need a ed2k client and it works very well, much better than and other client I have ever tried. xMule rocks!

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