Sunday, November 11, 2007

eMule 0.48a NetF WARP 0.3a.11 Beta

This Mod is an attempt to revitalise the best parts from the NetF Mod to provide an easy to use but yet powerful eMule client.

Sub-Chunk Transfer
- Crumbs, enables sharing of not yet completed parts
Faster Endgame
- Dynamic Block Requests, tries to make all sources to complete at the same time
- Delayed NNP, keeps downloading sources a little bit longer in case a part turns out corrupt
- Drop Stalled Sources, cancels stalled or slow downloads when file is about to complete to give way for faster sources
- Redownload only data of banned clients on corruption
Anti-P2P Protection
- Safe KAD (keeps bad KAD nodes out of the way)
Credits and Payback
- VIP ("Payback") Queue, as the Payback queue but with different bandwidth management
- Balanced Ratio Payback, make clients, who have a ratio higher than your inverse ratio, VIP’s
- Smart Part File Push, rebalances between complete and part files based on previous upload
All the features of the ESE Mod

Known bugs:
‘Only Recover Banned Data’ might cause looping downloads or complete stalls if corruption occurs and NetF fail the recovery process.

*** NetF WARP 0.3a.11 BETA
- Added support to launch files directly with WINE Gnome & KDE desktops from eMule.
- Fixed a problem with checkin in the code to my private VSN server.

*** NetF WARP 0.3a.10 BETA
- Dropped PeerCache due to problematic code and that it is rarely/never used.
- Switched to SECURE CRT functions in a lot of places.
- Made Fakealyzer a separate module and added more color levels.
- Changed CrumbMaps to pack 8 status bits per byte. (less memory, more CPU)
- Changed UpdatePartsInfo related code to use much less CPU but with a little bit less precision.
- Fixed an issue with files >4GB in KAD.
- Fixed AsyncSocketEx deadlocks and memory corruption.
- Fixed deadlock in debug mode when opening dialog windows.
- Fixed a lot of warnings!
Homepage: [rel]eMule 0.48a [NetF WARP 0.3a.11] BETA
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