Dolda Connect is a modular P2P filesharing client built around the Direct Connect model. It supports most of the latest features of the DC protocol. It runs in client/server mode with a well defined protocol, allowing extensibility, flexibility, and multiple detachable user interfaces. It also has an optional multi-user mode.
|Tags||Communications File Sharing Direct Connect|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
|Implementation||C Scheme Unix Shell bash|
Release Notes: This release has few user-visible changes, but a lot of massive internal code cleanups to prepare for future hacks. It also has quite a few bugfixes, but all the new code probably compensates for that.
Release Notes: This release features some reliability improvements to the daemon when it is under stress and vast optimizations when connecting to hubs with many users. The hub manager has also been improved slightly.
Release Notes: This release fixes a critical bug from 1.1 which made the Guile module impossible to build.
Release Notes: This release handles files larger than 2 GiB and has a much better and actually documented hub connection manager.
Release Notes: This version contains a GUI shell to make it feel more integrated for users of traditional DC clients, and is installable with Autopackage to make it easier to get started. It also contains a lot of internal cleanups, bugfixes, and other minor enhancements.