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[Files] enqueueTorrent 1.2 for MorphOS and AmigaOSANN.lu
Posted on 27-Apr-2004 15:02 GMT by tokai (Edited on 2004-04-27 17:38:58 GMT by Christophe Decanini)11 comments
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I just uploaded the new 1.2 release of enqueueTorrent for MorphOS/PowerPC and AmigaOS/68k to my site.

enqueueTorrent is a commandline tool which helps to integrate MLdonkey (Bitttorrent, eDonkey, etc.) support into your favourite Amiga Browser. Instead of Copy'n'Paste an eDonkey or BitTorrent link manually from the browser into the MLdonkey console you can setup a "Send Link to MLdonkey..." or/and a "application/x-bittorrent" MIME type and let enqueueTorrent do the work for you.

enqueueTorrent works with locally and remotely installed MLnet (MLdonkey) servers, so you also can send an URL from IBrowse on Pegasos to your Linux box or from Voyager inside WinUAE to the localy installed MLdonkey under Windows with just one mouse click.

The installation is maybe a bit tricky, but in the end it's worth the job and can save you a lot time and hassle. Please read the documenation.


You can find the download here.



NOTE: Actually the only new thing in this release is the 68k version. If you already have the old 1.0 MorphOS version then you only need to download this new release when you want to have an up-to-date versions tag in the binary. :)

The 68k version was done because of request by a single 68k-user. Looks like it is probably time now to pension the good old SAS/C off.

At this point also thanks to laire for helping me to spot the 68k-crash-problem in enqueueTorrent 1.1.
enqueueTorrent 1.2 for MorphOS and AmigaOS : Comment 1 of 11ANN.lu
Posted by tokai on 27-Apr-2004 13:06 GMT
doh! it happened again!

here's the correct link:
http://www.christianrosentreter.com/releases/tools.php?lang=en (maybe a moderator can edit it in the news item, thx.)


NOTE to tokai: You should not copy parts from old press releases!
enqueueTorrent 1.2 for MorphOS and AmigaOS : Comment 2 of 11ANN.lu
Posted by Ronald St-Maurice on 27-Apr-2004 15:15 GMT
It's great to see that Peg Amigans still care about the older 68K users.

That's the Amiga spirit. :)
enqueueTorrent 1.2 for MorphOS and AmigaOS : Comment 3 of 11ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 27-Apr-2004 17:09 GMT
Excellent work!

Glad to see that people are still actively updating software piracy tools for all flavours of Amiga/Amiga-like systems.

I'd hate to think of any Amiga user actually having to BUY their software, so well done!
enqueueTorrent 1.2 for MorphOS and AmigaOS : Comment 4 of 11ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 27-Apr-2004 17:45 GMT
In reply to Comment 3 (Anonymous):
Dude. Relax.

Bittorrent is used for all sorts of things.
Some game companies release trailers, demos etc. using bittorrent. It's a great way to take the load off your servers and could be useful next time an Amiga game/app demo is released (you can seed a torrent right away and people who aren't patient enough for aminet can get it at once).
enqueueTorrent 1.2 for MorphOS and AmigaOS : Comment 5 of 11ANN.lu
Posted by Sigbjørn Skjæret on 27-Apr-2004 19:23 GMT
In reply to Comment 3 (Anonymous):
"Glad to see that people are still actively updating software piracy tools for all flavours of Amiga/Amiga-like systems. I'd hate to think of any Amiga user actually having to BUY their software, so well done!"

Hummm, I can't remember ever seeing any Amiga software offered on any of the networks supported by MLDonkey, then again, maybe I wasn't looking hard enough (or at all)...

..anyway, you're obviously an expert on what P2P software is used for, can't be anything other than piracy, right? I'm not saying there's no piracy going on using such tools, but then again, there's alot of piracy using tools like webbrowsers, FTP, IRC, etc, etc, and I can't remember seeing anyone scream about piracy whenever one of those have been released/updated...

It's your responsibility what you use certain tools for, not the makers nor the tools, I really hope the day hammers, crowbars, colorprinters, ballpoint pens or whatever become illegal because they may be used for crime never comes.


- CISC
enqueueTorrent 1.2 for MorphOS and AmigaOS : Comment 6 of 11ANN.lu
Posted by Felix on 27-Apr-2004 19:25 GMT
In reply to Comment 2 (Ronald St-Maurice):
Don't understand what a amiga system can do with this proggy..
Is MlDonkey ported to AmigaOS ? In beta ?
enqueueTorrent 1.2 for MorphOS and AmigaOS : Comment 7 of 11ANN.lu
Posted by Sigbjørn Skjæret on 27-Apr-2004 21:02 GMT
In reply to Comment 6 (Felix):
EnqueueTorrent isn't limited to sending the request to localhost, ie, you don't need to run MLDonkey on the same machine as enqueueTorrent... ;)


- CISC
enqueueTorrent 1.2 for MorphOS and AmigaOS : Comment 8 of 11ANN.lu
Posted by Felix on 28-Apr-2004 06:37 GMT
In reply to Comment 7 (Sigbjørn Skjæret):
Ah .. i understand.. ok :)
enqueueTorrent 1.2 for MorphOS and AmigaOS : Comment 9 of 11ANN.lu
Posted by Mikael Burman on 28-Apr-2004 13:27 GMT
In reply to Comment 3 (Anonymous):
Actually, IRC is still the NR1 forum to spread illegal copies of all sort of things. So, next time AmIRC or any other IRC-client for Amiga is released/updated, be sure to complain ALOT...
enqueueTorrent 1.2 for MorphOS and AmigaOS : Comment 10 of 11ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 28-Apr-2004 14:19 GMT
In reply to Comment 4 (Anonymous):
Given that the vast majority of torrent traffic is w4r3z and the like, I think #3 was being rather accurate...
enqueueTorrent 1.2 for MorphOS and AmigaOS : Comment 11 of 11ANN.lu
Posted by tokai on 28-Apr-2004 16:24 GMT
In reply to Comment 3 (Anonymous):
FYI, like new ISOs of latest linux distributions even new demoversions of Tales of Tamar are spreaded 100% legaly over eDonkey ( http://www.tamar.net/d_news.html ). Just because you would use p2p for illegal purpose that does not means that other would do the same.

regards,
tokai
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