Hydranode Project / News: Recent posts

Hydranode 0.3 released

Three months have passed since the last release, and time has come again for a
release. When the previous release's focus was on Bittorrent support, this time
the focus was on Graphical User Interface. As such, engine updates have been
minimal, but still include several important fixes, mostly on the Windows

Important engine updates include support for more than 64 open connections on
Windows, support for files larger than 2GB on Windows, and full support for
Windows XP Service Pack 2 (half-open connections limiting). eDonkey module
upgrades include improved UDP protocol handling, better A4AF handling and other
performance and protocol improvements. Bittorrent got some updates as well, most
importantly multi-tracker support.... read more

Posted by Alo Sarv 2006-04-29

Hydranode v0.2 released

Version 0.2 is a major update to Hydranode Engine, focusing towards new
features and functionality. Large parts of codebase have been completely
rewritten, other parts have been improved significently.

Updates include support for Bittorrent protocol, more usable shell
interface, completely rewritten HTTP support and many performance
improvements in eDonkey module.

Posted by Alo Sarv 2006-02-01

Hydranode v0.1.2 released

Hydranode v0.1.2

After three months of active development, we are proud to present to you the
next version of Hydranode - 0.1.2. This version includes a balanced set of new
features, bugfixes and performance improvements in various areas, detailed

I would like to thank the following persons for their continued support and
work on different Hydranode-related topics:

=> cyberz <=, for the DNS resolver and miscellaneus patches.
=> wubbla <=, for the HTTP module and HydraLoad firefox plugin
=> theos <=, for interesting ideas
=> chemical <=, for hnanalyze utility improvements
=> arlekin <=, for various graphics / design-related work and advice... read more

Posted by Alo Sarv 2005-08-12

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