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XNap

XNap is a plugin-based filesharing client. It currently includes an OpenNap plugin with multiple server support, automatic downloading, resuming of incomplete files, chat, hotlist, and an advanced media library. It features a Swing GUI and a terminal mode.

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Recent releases

  •  30 Oct 2003 00:16

    Release Notes: The installed plugins are remembered, the L and F is reset to the system default to fix odd MacOSX incompatibilities with the startup wizard, OpenNap upload queueing works, and the native quit handler for MacOSX with Java 1.4 was fixed. A few new features like icon themes, an additional L and F plugin, new chat commands like /me, and auto clearing of finished transfers were added as well.

    •  07 Oct 2003 09:29

      Release Notes: In this version, some informational messages (concerning copyright violations and some such) have been added, along with some small bugfixes and the ability to save chat sessions.

      •  06 Oct 2003 17:41

        Release Notes: The plugin installer should be much more usable and a manual plugin search has been added. Various plugins have changed, and installers for Mac OS X and Windows are now available again.

        •  27 Sep 2003 23:20

          Release Notes: This release comes with a completely new plugin infrastructure. New plugins include Gnutella based on Limewire, Overnet, Gift(OpenFT), IRC, and ICQ. Other changes include a great number of improvements to the user interface.

          •  06 May 2003 20:54

            Release Notes: This version adds import and export functionality for files in .wsx format as well as redirector functionality, and should fix a serious bug in the server communication code. The hotlist is now saved as soon as a user is added to prevent data loss in case of crashes.

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