The eDonkey network can be used, among other things, to exchange files. In addition to the original client, eDonkey2000, an open source client has also been developed with the catchy name eMule. The latter is only available for the Windows platform, which is why LMule was started for the Linux platform at the time. However, the code was not as portable as hoped, so xMule was developed with support for FreeBSD, Linux, MacOS X, Solaris, and Windows. The development team has released version 1.13.5 with the following announcement:
Many changes in this release. So many, in fact, we decided to skip a few release numbers. I found it incredibly difficult this release to make a proper changelog and so below is just a summary. You should probably download this if you use xMule.
If you need help, feel free to contact me via Get Support! on the upper left. Oh, btw, I will pay some one $15 for a proper changelog (one that mirrors the style of the previous ones) for the 1.13.5 release. Submit it here as a comment along with a (hopefully obfuscated) PayPal address.
- Connects to new lugdunum
- Should (?) get new sources properly
- AMD-64 and IA-64 support greatly extended
- Initial major Unicode attempt.
- 9,302 line diff with 1.13.0.
|Operating systems||Windows 9x, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Linux, BSD, Windows XP, macOS, Solaris, Windows Server 2003|