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phrostwave

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nothing much here, just storing chunks of code.

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bittorrent-code-snippets

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Need to start a bittorent indexer/tracker ? Need codes for staring it ? You can find it all here right from a code to check the hash to a scraper.

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Azureus GWT Interface

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  Analyzed 9 months ago

A plugin to Azureus to provide a new web-based interface based on the Google Web Toolkit and the Ext 2.0 widget library.

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TBDEV.net

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TBDEV,NET is a project to further enhance, update and develop a software (php peer-to-peer) from the original torrentbits/bytemonsoon source code. For further information click on the "Home Page" link above which takes you to our help forum.

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qtrack

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Qt4 tracker application for BitTorrent protocol (www.bittorrent.org) done as a student project for the Faculty Of Electrical Engineering, Nis (www.elfak.ni.ac.yu).

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net-bittorrent

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  Analyzed 5 days ago

Net::BitTorrent brings BitTorrent to Perl. Bet::BitTorrent is available via CPAN. Features include...Proven portability. Written in pure Perl. No compiler needed. Well documented API and a clean, class-based design. Doesn't depend on any 'extra' modules. If you have perl 5.10, you're set. ... [More] International support; Unicode filenames are properly handled even on Win32. Support for many major extensions to the base protocol including the Fast (Peers) Extension and Mainline DHT. Getting Started...Getting a full client up and running with Net::BitTorrent is easy. Simply... Pick an installation method: CPAN shell: cpan Net::BitTorrent PPM shell: ppm install Net::BitTorrent (Note: I suggest using ActiveState's beta repositories.) Manually (from a Subversion checkout or extracted .tar.gz): perl ./Build.PL && ./Build && ./Build test && ./Build install Type "perldoc Net::BitTorrent" at the command line for documentation and a very simple working client. For more complete sample clients, see client.pl and web-gui.pl; these two files are also bundled with the Net::BitTorrent distribution but are not installed. For more geeky stuff, see my other repository here on GoogleCode... There, you'll find (among other things) perl4mIRC. [Less]

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BTQueue

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  Analyzed 9 months ago

A Console-based BitTorrent Client with built-in scheduler for handling multiple sessions. It is designed to manage sessions in queue easily without heavy-weight GUI. External module can search for new torrents in trackers and submit it automatically.

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bitsharp

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Bitsharp is the collective name for a suite of bittorrent libraries which deal with every aspect of the bittorrent protocol. There exists libraries for creating/manipulating torrents, downloading torrents, manipulating the BEncoding format and hosting torrents to be downloaded by others. They are ... [More] all 100% cross platform and work on Windows, Mac OS X, and most (if not all) flavours nix. [Less]

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fushare

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Fushare is a tool to facilitate data sharing via file system operations. It uses the user level file system provided by FUSE and aims at various P2P, Client/Server data sharing services. Fushare is written in Mono C#.

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btbt

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This project is an attempt to fill in the gap left out by BlogTorrent. The idea is to have a simplified torrent tracker based on BlogTorrent without the "EasyDownload" and which exists now between nerds running trackers and normal users doing the download. And with many of the publicaly available ... [More] trackers availablity not being guranteed and folks who co-host not_so_legal stuff, which being taken down all the time, there is a urgent need to have a software infrastructure which will allow any reasonably knowledgeable user to setup and serve his files via bittorrent from his shared server. The Project attempts to achieve the following: * Run a efficient non-binary tracker - to be able to run on a shared server * Ability to share from server, popularly called a server-side seeding – to prevent sharing from dying off due to lack of a full or complete seed. * Simple to setup * Be OS/Platform neutral – PHP and python for glue code The software will be shipped with scaled down version of the official bittorrent client so as to benefit from upstream modifications. It will also be shipped with a stripped down version of python to support the bittorrent client and to make sure we work most OS/platforms. The Software has the ability to use a database or can run off a flat-file database. Users will have the ability to do most tasks that need to be done with bittorrent * creating torrents for files on the server - maketorrent.php * seeding torrents - seeder.php * stopping and starting torrents - start.php and stop.php * modify torrent - updating tracker information - updatetorrent.php All the above php files are mostly front-ends to equal programs available in the official bititorrent client. Once the torrent is created and tracked. It can be downloaded via any available bittorrent client. [Less]

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