The XDCC-Fetch team is proud to announce the release of XDCC-Fetch 1.409. This release fixes several severe bugs reported by our users, and incorporates a bunch of new features like an improved pack search engine and a polish translation.
The XDCC-Fetch team is proud to announce the release of XDCC-Fetch 1.386. Besides major bugfixes, a more scalable pack search/sort engine and improved file resume verification found their way into 1.386. A rubygem has also been added to rubyforge, which can be installed by issuing "gem install xdcc-fetch"
The XDCC-Fetch team has just released XDCC-Fetch 1.338. XDCC-Fetch now supports storing servers and channels, which will be reconnected on startup. Additionally, a little popup window is shown (just like in FireFox) when a download completes. Furthermore, the entire network code has been revised and now supports a more advanced file-resume protection.
The XDCC-Fetch team is proud to announce that XDCC-Fetch 1.307 is now available. XDCC-Fetch 1.307 fixes several severe bugs and adds a bunch features, like the improved search-on-typing and an revised XDCC parser. We have also taken necessary steps in order to integrate multi language support and active bot querying.
As of yesterday we provide nightly updates of XDCC-Fetch. Since XDCC-Fetch is a rather small application, we decided to upload the nightly builds directly to our homepage:
A changelog has also been added in order to reflect recent changes:
We ask all users to update to the latest nightly, since several bugs have been fixed.... read more
Today, the first official release (1.239) has found its way to the sourceforge repository. We have also uploaded a homepage to http://xdccfetch.sourceforge.net