DCTC (Direct Connect Text Client) is a library that gives access to the direct connect world, like IRC but more file-sharing oriented.
|Tags||Communications Chat File Sharing Direct Connect|
Release Notes: Uploads are now stored in the log file. Incorrect display of files bigger than 2GB was fixed. The spec files were updated to support Fedora. In the GUI, deletion of unattached GDLs is possible. A crash of the stat program which occurred when there is nothing to display was fixed. In the user list, the "missing users" problem was fixed. Stat download speed is computed correctly when there are multiple log files. Command line parameters are back.
Release Notes: This version fixes a minor bug in the /IP command. Update userinfo file to contains all users instead of only users with data. In the GUI, there is a fix for an overflow on files bigger than 4GB. Some lists have been modified to increase the display speed. Parts of the GUI are managed by external programs.
Release Notes: An IP address can now be obtained from a network interface, even with a dynamic IP. Some annoying debug messages were removed. A bug in the keyboard management was fixed. A compilation problem that occurred when OpenSSL is not installed was fixed. Support for the wonderful XML hublist from hublist.org was added. An end-of-transfer timestamp was added. In the GUI, hub user support was fully rewritten. The display speed of (long) lists was improved. Miscellaneous bittorrent support problems were fixed. User profiles can be deleted.
Release Notes: Proxies requiring authentication are now supported. Some old useless commands were removed. It improves the decoding of malformed user info messages, and fixes incorrect counting of upload slots and the incorrect command sequence during hub connection establishment. In the GUI, DCTC and GUI preferences are now split into two tabs. Public and private chats were merge to reduce GUI size. A default profile can now be defined. Bittorrent support was added.
Release Notes: Support for both libgcrypt and OpenSSL. Files bigger than 2 GB are properly handled. Collisions between auto-scans have been fixed. A flag has been added to allow shared list downloading without an upload slot. The number of clients for the description tag is correctly computed.