Overnet/eDonkey2000 GUI / News: Recent posts

ed2k-gtk-gui 0.6.3 released!

ed2k-gtk-gui 0.6.3 has been released.

You can use ed2k-gtk-gui to remote control an eDonkey or Overnet p2p/file-sharing core (command line client) that is running on a remote computer or on the same computer.

ed2k-gtk-gui 0.6.3 is available for Linux/*nix and MS Windows.



for a summary of the changes.

ed2k-gtk-gui 0.6.3 requires a recent core (edonkeyclc 1.0.x or overnetclc 1.0.x), but might continue to work with older ones (v5x) nevertheless.... read more

Posted by Tim-Philipp Muller 2004-08-30

ed2k-gtk-gui 0.6.2 released!

A GUI for the eDonkey2000 (and overnet) command line client, based on the GTK+-toolkit and the gnet library

ed2k-gtk-gui 0.6.2 is a bug-fix release.

Here's the changelog:

v0.6.2 - The 'All your cores are belong to us' release

* Fixed toolbar in non-green mode with themes that have a radiant
background in the toolbar (no more artifacts around the labels
and the '?' button) (sorry it took so long until it got fixed)... read more

Posted by Tim-Philipp Muller 2004-01-20

ed2k-gtk-gui 0.6.1 released

This release supports the new command line options of the new 51.2 cores.

See the release modes for more details.


Posted by Tim-Philipp Muller 2003-11-15

ed2k-gtk-gui 0.6.0 released!

Here is your favourite GUI in v0.6.0, ready to work with the brand-new core v0.50.

So many bugs have been fixed and features been added that it would be impossible to list them all (read: I'm too lazy to 500 cvs commit messages from the ChangeLog to write a summar).

Just check it out for yourself.



Posted by Tim-Philipp Muller 2003-08-14

ed2k-gtk-gui also for Mac OS X now

To my own surprise, ed2k-gtk-gui seems to compile and work fine on Mac OS X as well - so Mac OS X users now finally have a GUI for their overnet or edonkey2000 command line client as well.

Many thanks to Thomas Schlesinger for packaging the GUI for Mac OS X.

The only thing YOU need in order to run ed2k-gtk-gui on Mac OS X is Apple's X11 server installed (download free from http://www.apple.com/macosx/x11/download/\)... read more

Posted by Tim-Philipp Muller 2003-05-16

ed2k-gtk-gui 0.5.0 released!

It's finally released. Loads of goodies and improvements and bugfixes. Try it and you'll never want to go back to the previous version ;-)

Check out the release notes for details, it's too much to type here.


Posted by Tim-Philipp Muller 2003-01-31

ed2k_gui 0.4.0 released

ed2k-gtk-gui release 0.4.0

Project homepage:
* http://ed2k-gtk-gui.sourceforge.net

Available as:
* source tarball
* debian .deb package
* RPM package (tested on RedHat 8.0)

Major changes and new features:

* previewing of downloads and completed files
* completed files are kept in download list until cleared
* support for fetching server.met files via http
* additional search options (bitrate, min size, max size, availability)
* much easier set-up of local core
(name/password can now be set up via GUI)
* French translation available now
* German translation available now
* Dutch translation available now
* Documentation available now
* import servers for a file from http://jigle.com
* many bugfixes... read more

Posted by Tim-Philipp Muller 2002-11-24

ed2k_gui 0.3 released

The eDonkey2000 gtk GUI has been released in version 0.3.0 as a source tarball.

If you are running an older version, you should upgrade. Version 0.3 comes with many new and exciting features such as multiple search tabs...

Get it and enjoy! (and do read the INSTALL file)

Posted by Tim-Philipp Muller 2002-10-04

ed2k_gui: source in CVS now

the ed2k_gui source code has been checked into CVS now. Please refer to the main page at http://ed2k-gtk-gui.sourceforge.net for instructions on how to retrieve it from there.

Posted by Tim-Philipp Muller 2002-09-13

source will be in CVS soon

Just wanted to let everyone know that I'm still working on the code ;)

Expect it to be in CVS by the end of this week :)

Posted by Tim-Philipp Muller 2002-09-09

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