by Jan Vidar Krey (http://freshmeat.net/~jvk/)
Mon, Aug 20th 2007 10:42
µHub is a high performance peer-to-peer hub designed for Unix-like
operating systems. It has a clean design and small memory footprint. It is
scalable, and will work for small hubs on embedded hardware, as well as big
hubs running on high preformance servers with thousands of users. µHub uses
the ADC protocol (i.e. the next generation Direct Connect), and is
compatible with DC++, Elise, QuickDC, and other ADC clients.
This release fixes several known crashes and cleans up the code quite a
bit. The event handling has been refactored, a memory handling debug
infrastructure is in place, and the log file format has changed slightly.
The code base is now automatically tested for regressions. This release
changes the license to the GPLv3.
Release focus: Major bugfixes
License: GNU General Public License v3
Project URL: http://freshmeat.net/projects/uhub/
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