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Link to 4.1.6 post-> https://qbforums.shiki.hu/index.php/topic,5916.msg31011.html#msg31011






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Here is qBittorrent 4.1.0 built with MSVC 2017.

4.1.0 link-> http://www.fosshub.com/qBittorrent.html
Changelog: http://www.qbittorrent.org/news.php

Libraries's version used:
Libtorrent: 1.1.7+git8808eb7cdd
Qt: 5.6.3 (32-bit) / 5.10.1 (64-bit)
Boost: 1.67.0

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Link to 4.0.4 post-> https://qbforums.shiki.hu/index.php/topic,5460.msg27510.html#msg27510






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Here is qBittorrent 4.0.0 built with MSVC 2017.

4.0.0 link-> http://www.fosshub.com/qBittorrent.html
Changelog: http://www.qbittorrent.org/news.php

Libraries's version used:
Libtorrent: 1.1.5+git096ce54fae
Qt: 5.7.1 (32-bit) / 5.9.2 (64-bit)
Boost: 1.65.1

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Link to latest: https://qbforums.shiki.hu/index.php/topic,4232.msg22282.html#msg22282







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Here is a build of qBittorrent 3.4.0alpha sha1 b13c991f4b6 from git master with:
boost 1.60
libtorrent 1.0.8+git602dc02
qt: 5.6.0

Built using msvc2015

The master branch for now is basically what will become the next minor stable release aka v3.3.5.

You can see the changes from v3.3.4 below, but there is one change that needs attention. It is about the "Advanced Saving Management" or ASM. It is basically an overhaul of the old and simple labeling system.
Description can be found here and maybe here.

Please test ASM and report any issues on github, tagging glassez. You can do this by writing into the bug message:
Code: [Select]
@glassez
Git changelog from v3.3.4.

Link 1: http://www.fosshub.com/qBittorrent.html

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Windows / Help testing new libtorrent 1.1.x code
« on: February 21, 2016, 05:53:38 PM »
As you may know qbt now ships with libtorrent 1.0.x series.
However, the author of libtorrent(aka arvidn) is going to release soon the 1.1.x series. We recently added basic support for it in our code. We don't use new features, we just made the necessary code changes so our code can compile with the new libtorrent series.

arvidn, is asking if there are any major issues before actually doing the first official release of it.

I have made a build for you to test if you want. Please post any issues that arise from libtorrent and not from qbittorrent(if you can guess).

Build: http://builds.shiki.hu/temp/qbittorrent_3.4.0alpha_libtorrent_1.1_git_%20c1f7446c26881.7z

Known issues by me:
1. Ram usage keeps increasing while downloading. But it drops when you pause the torrent.
2. You might experience problems with UDP port binding(see log). Thus no DHT connectivity and no magnets. I am able to solve this by changing back and forth the port from the setttings.

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Link to 3.3.16 post-> https://qbforums.shiki.hu/index.php/topic,3982.msg26056.html#msg26056






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Here is qBittorrent 3.3.0 built with MSVC 2013 express.

3.3.0 link-> http://www.fosshub.com/qBittorrent.html
Changelog: http://www.qbittorrent.org/news.php

Libraries's version used:
Libtorrent: 1.0.7 (final)
Qt: 5.5.1
Boost: 1.59.0

Small number of changes since RC. See here.

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Here is a build of qBittorrent 3.3.0RC sha1 0aaf4d1050e from git master with:
boost 1.59
libtorrent 1.0.7(official release)
qt: 5.5.1

Built using msvc2013

Git changelog from last beta: https://github.com/qbittorrent/qBittorrent/compare/c75725e2d8c8fd3f9248e1d7b9038c988a13ec68...0aaf4d1050ecce97a92b2562a53571f18455719c

BIG FAT WARNING
The v3.3.x series have a new saving system for torrent progress. It isn't backwards compatible with pre v3.3.0 versions. You'll be presented with a message box to migrate to the new system. If you continue there is not going back.

Not really
You can go back if first you go to the BT_backup folder and remove the trailing "dot number" from the fastresume names. This could break in future releases though.

Link 1: http://www.fosshub.com/qBittorrent.html

The stable v3.3.0 release will be made this weekend.

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Link to latest: https://qbforums.shiki.hu/index.php/topic,3684.msg20137.html#msg20137







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Here is a build of qBittorrent 3.3.0beta sha1 438ee23d2c8 from git master with:
boost 1.55
libtorrent 1.0.6+git6db0153561
qt: 4.8.7

Built using msvc2013

Git changelog from last alpha: https://github.com/qbittorrent/qBittorrent/compare/5e400d311746b1f5595e358fbae8bf149c74217e...438ee23d2c878e5762b3b429258d34490d84f584

BIG FAT WARNING
The v3.3.x series have a new saving system for torrent progress. It isn't backwards compatible with pre v3.3.0 versions. You'll be presented with a message box to migrate to the new system. If you continue there is not going back.

Not really
You can go back if first you go to the BT_backup folder and remove the trailing "dot number" from the fastresume names. This could break in future releases though.

Link 1: http://www.fosshub.com/qBittorrent.html
Link 2: http://builds.shiki.hu/qbittorrent_3.3.0beta_20150728_438ee23d2c8_setup.exe

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Windows / Remove default upload speed limit?
« on: June 22, 2015, 09:04:05 PM »
(I am posting in this subforum since it has the most traffic)

Look at this discussion: https://github.com/qbittorrent/qBittorrent/issues/3275

The current default upload speed limit is 50KB/s.

Other bt clients by default have unlimited upload speeds.

Should we change to that too?

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Link to latest: https://qbforums.shiki.hu/index.php/topic,3606.msg18331.html#msg18331







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Here is a build of qBittorrent 3.3.0.alpha sha1 2e6c890883d from git master with:
boost 1.55
libtorrent 1.0.6git+d881d78a8
qt: 4.8.7

Built using msvc2013

Huge thank to glassez. He did a huge refactoring of the core code. You may experience a snappier interface and probably old issues may be fixed (eg temp folders).
Don't expect GUI changes.
Since all core was refactored something might have slipped. If you find something that worked in v3.2.0 but not in v3.3.0 please come to the bug tracker and report the regression.

Git changelog from last alpha: https://github.com/qbittorrent/qBittorrent/compare/bf463d48d599bb9f5dc692fe8a93c3bdec247857...2e6c890883d2a290426ace1c8abf5fc4a2b2944e

BIG FAT WARNING
The v3.3.x series have a new saving system for torrent progress. It isn't backwards compatible with pre v3.3.0 versions. You'll be presented with a message box to migrate to the new system. If you continue there is not going back.

Not really
You can go back if first you go to the BT_backup folder and remove the trailing "dot number" from the fastresume names. This could break in future releases though.

Link 1: http://www.fosshub.com/qBittorrent.html
Link 2: http://builds.shiki.hu/qbittorrent_3.3.0alpha_20150621_2e6c890883d_setup.exe

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Link to 3.2.5 post-> https://qbforums.shiki.hu/index.php/topic,3447.msg20035.html#msg20035






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Here is qBittorrent 3.2.0 built with MSVC 2013 express.

3.2.0 link-> http://www.fosshub.com/qBittorrent.html
Changelog: http://www.qbittorrent.org/news.php

Libraries's version used:
Libtorrent: 1.0.4+svn11046
Qt: 4.8.6
Boost: 1.55.0

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Generic / Should low port peers be blocked?
« on: December 07, 2014, 08:42:36 PM »
Today I added a new feature when compiling against libtorrent 1.0.x.
The peer block log indicates the reason why a particular ip/peer was blocked.
As it turns out many peers a getting blocked because they use a low port. The denying of this kind of peers is configurable.
The libtorrent logs say this about the setting:
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no_connect_privileged_ports
    if true (which is the default), libtorrent will not connect to any peers on priviliged ports (<= 1023). This can mitigate using bittorrent swarms for certain DDoS attacks.

I wonder if this is actually good practice or we should always allow those connections.
What do you say?

-or a third option: make it configurable in the advanced settings.-

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Windows / [poll]Stop supporting Windows XP?
« on: October 28, 2014, 06:01:35 PM »
In a month or two, I am going to have a hardware upgrade.
I am also contemplating an OS upgrade. I am not sure yet.
Let's say that I actually go ahead and upgrade from Windows XP. I want to know what part of the users still use Windows XP.
I also want to know how many use a 32bit Vista+ machine.

If Windows XP users are minimal, I'll switch to 64bit only binaries. (assuming that I actually upgrade from XP ).

PS: Don't get your hopes up yet.

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Cafe lounge / Bitcoin and Litecoin donations
« on: August 10, 2014, 03:10:11 PM »
I have set up bitcoin and litecoin addresses for donations in the main page. I prefer them to Paypal, but PayPal will continue since most users won't donate in bitcoins/liteocins anyway.

news link: http://www.qbittorrent.org/news.php

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