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MAC / Re: Compiling latest qBittorrent with MacPorts package manager
« on: July 17, 2016, 10:29:49 pm »
Any news on compiling the 3.3.5 version for the mac? The 3.3.4 suffers from some very annoying bugs: the addition dialog gets stuck when adding multiple torrents and qBittorrent refuses keep some torrents: as soon as I close it, they vanish. Judging by the news 3.3.5 should fix them.
Edit: just restarted the program and every single torrent except for one are gone. Lately, it seems to me that qBittorrent lost it: the most basic things keep breaking... I feel that it is time to think about switching to a more stable torrent client.

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MAC / Re: Compiling latest qBittorrent with MacPorts package manager
« on: August 02, 2015, 03:07:07 pm »
Thanks for reporting back and for your efforts. Looks like I'm stuck with uTorrent Mac for a while longer yet.  :-\
How come? Is it because of the issues I've listed? Are you having them too?
Try running 3.2.2 I've compiled. Maybe you won't have issues I'm having.

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MAC / Re: Compiling latest qBittorrent with MacPorts package manager
« on: August 02, 2015, 02:55:42 pm »
I've managed to compile qBittorrent 3.2.2
* The configure or some other brain damaged program still messes up the Makefile as I've described in my previous post. Makefile requires editing
* The geoip.pri still fails to detect existing GeoIp.dat. Editing out detection lines from geoip.pri solves the problem.

Vaguely compilation process:
libtorrent-rasterbar compilation
...
cd qBittorrent
./configure
...
* Makefile and geopip.pri hacking *
...
* A bunch of macport calls here *
...
./configure
make
otool -L qbittorrent.app/Contents/MacOS/qbittorrent
* A bunch of calls such like this one: * sudo install_name_tool -change /opt/local/Library/Frameworks/QtNetwork.framework/Versions/4/QtNetwork @loader_path/../Frameworks/QtNetwork.framework/Versions/4/QtNetwork qbittorrent.app/Contents/MacOS/qbittorrent
...
macdeployqt qbittorrent.app  -dmg

And that's all.
Download link: https://mega.co.nz/#!W8F2iSpD!1dV5Bsv4uTzeIx6hqmTu8feYT_AFNZ8eO_aQX28EaRw

Unlike 3.2.0 which would not download anything for me, this version seems to download stuff, however, connection always stays "No direct connections" and DHT node count stays at 0. UPnP fails with 500 internal error. Manual port mapping doesn't seem to work either.
Also, all http://... trackers always have status "Not Working". I had this problem in 3.1.12, 3.2.0 and 3.2.2. This pretty much makes it impossible to use private trackers as well as any http trackers.

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MAC / Re: Compiling latest qBittorrent with MacPorts package manager
« on: July 29, 2015, 04:31:14 pm »
After about 6 hours of trying I did manage to compile qBittorrent 3.2.1. Unfortunately, it crashes with "Segmentation fault: 11".
The compilation of qBittorrent is super broken.
Firstly geoip.pri kept nagging that GeoIP.dat doesn't exist in src/gui/geoip/ when it did. I had to edit geoip.pri and remove those checks. When I opened geoip.qrc, it did show GeoIP.dat correctly. Then the autoconf or whichever brain damaged program makes src/Makefile inserted a bunch of lowercase letter N's where it was not needed:
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CXXFLAGS      = -pipe -nI/opt/local/includenDTORRENT_USE_OPENSSLnDBOOST_ASIO_HASH_MAP_BUCKETS=1021nDBOOST_EXCEPTION_DISABLEnDBOOST_ASIO_ENABLE_CANCELIOnDBOOST_ASIO_DYN_LINKnDTORRENT_LINKING_SHAREDnI/opt/local/includenI/opt/local/include/libtorrentnI/opt/local/include -g -O2 -O2 -arch x86_64 -Xarch_x86_64 -mmacosx-version-min=10.9 -Wall -W $(DEFINES)
I had to manually edit src/Makefile and fix typos.

I have no idea why qBittorrent crashes for me. Configure finished fine, Makefile, apart from the incorrect variable above which I've fixed, ran fine.
I've compiled with qt4-mac and libtorrent-rasterbar installed through macports. qBittorrent seems to not want to install with qt5-mac.

Edit:
The src/Makefile is generated by qmake which gets this broken line from conf.pri . conf.pri is generated by configure. I suspect problem is in configure script.
Also, I've opened qBittorrent project with Qt Creator and it seems that it doesn't compile at all with Qt5.4. Does qBittorrent even support Qt5?

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MAC / Re: Compiling latest qBittorrent with MacPorts package manager
« on: July 27, 2015, 04:47:57 pm »
Any luck with compiling version 3.2.1 on the mac?

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MAC / Re: Mac 3.2 Not Finding Seeds
« on: June 25, 2015, 12:05:57 pm »
I'm not sure about where to set "Always announce", but "Always announce to all trackers" in the Preferences is set on in both versions I've ran.

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MAC / Re: Mac 3.2 Not Finding Seeds
« on: June 24, 2015, 10:47:10 pm »
Ok... I've tried to run qBittorrent 3.2.0 again.
The status of the trackers for all active torrents is indeed the "Not contacted yet", while the status for DHT, PeX and LSD is "Working". DHT: 0 nodes; Connection status: Online.

Before I launched 3.2.0, I had one torrent almost done downloading. 3.2.0 did continue to download it, showing same number of PeX peers as in 3.1.12. All the trackers had status "Not contacted yet" and DHT and LSD had 0 peers.

While in 3.2.0, I've added a magnet link of Ubuntu with about 4,000 seeds. The status for trackers was "Not contacted yet"; status of DHT, PeX and LSD was "Working", however, after 10 minutes still not a single peer. It also seems that qBittorrent never downloaded the torrent, since nothing had appeared in the contents. Closed 3.2.0 and opened 3.1.12. qBittorrent immediately connected to all the trackets, not a single one with "Not contacted yet"; DHT, PeX now have peers, and DHT has 100 nodes. qBittorrent 3.1.12 downloaded Ubuntu perfectly.

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MAC / Re: Mac 3.2 Not Finding Seeds
« on: June 17, 2015, 08:48:59 am »
Quote
it shows Not Connected for each one of them and when manually click

https://github.com/qbittorrent/qBittorrent/wiki/Frequently-Asked-Questions#Only_one_tracker_is_working_The_others_arent_contacted_yet
Thanks, but that's not the case. I tried ticking that box to announce to all trackers and I've tried without it, none of the trackers work, it says "Not Connected" for all of them, in every active torrent I have.

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MAC / Re: Mac 3.2 Not Finding Seeds
« on: June 16, 2015, 10:51:19 pm »
I'm experiencing issues with qBittorrent 3.2.0 on my mac too. For some reason, it doesn't want to download or upload any content of the torrents. The connection status is green. It doesn't show any peers in DHT, PeX and LSD in any active torrents. As for trackers, it shows Not Connected for each one of them and when manually click on reannounce it does nothing. I left it for about 5 hours, and it didn't download a single byte. I switched back to 3.1.12. Immediately, everything started to work.

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MAC / Re: Any 3.1.10 builds yet?
« on: October 04, 2014, 10:13:08 am »
Yeah, would be nice to see 3.1.10 for Mac Os X

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Can you test the new builds from littletree76? They are based on the newer libtorrent which fixes some incorrect use of upnp. This might cause the problem you are seeing.
Link: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/45qkagvurvxh3tp/UX0Ni-BVK3
I've tried qbittorrent-3.1.9.2.dmg, mac's firewall still asks me every time.

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I'm experiencing same issue.
I also have 10.9.3, and this has been happening since I started using qBittorrent, at least 3 releases.
Checked/unchecked "use different port" doesn't help.
The qBittorrent is in the Firewall as allow incoming connections.
uTorrent did not had this issue.

I think the problem lies somewhere in a fact, that qBittorrent binary does not call to open/listen/etc. connections, instead it is done by other binary/library. This somehow confuses Mac's Firewall.
Is that the case?
Does qBittorrent binary consits of qBittorrent object and  Libtorrent object, or is Libtorrent a dynamic library? Same question applies to Libtorrent's dependencies.

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MAC / Incorrect seeder and peer numbers
« on: June 13, 2014, 01:26:34 pm »
Unless I'm missing something obvious, qButtorrent doesn't show correct number of seeders and peers:

I'm pretty sure, that the number in the brackets should be the total number of unique seeders/peers for that torrent.
qBittorrent v3.2.0alpha
Qt: 4.8.5
Libtorrent: 0.16.12.0
Boost: 1.54.0

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MAC / Re: qBittorrent 3.2.0 git compiles thread
« on: May 31, 2014, 03:17:18 pm »
This has been going for couple versions now, also in this version too: every time I start qBittorrent it asks me to Allow/Deny incoming network connections.
I've clicked Allow, and even explicitly deleted qBitorrent and added it again in Firewall, but it still keeps asking me every time. I don't want to disable this security feature, but it would be also nice if qBittorrent would start without asking me this every time.
Any ideas how to fix this?

P.S.
I have some thoughts, that qBittorrent is doing something unusual, because similar applications work fine.

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MAC / Re: Background instead of closing and new feature
« on: May 05, 2014, 04:35:45 pm »
+1 for this feature. I would love to close qBittorrent window, but not exit the program itself. To my understanding, it should make qBittorrent use less resources, since it will not need to update the interface.

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