q Bittorrent v2.7.2 to v2.7.3 changelog: q Bittorrent v2.7.0 was released with a few interesting new features and some more polishing.As you can see from the changelog, the project is attracting some new developers, which is excellent news.It is very difficult to reverse this and obtain the real password. We had installed version 2.0.11 of SMF, which is the latest stable. The passwords weren't saved as plaintext, but as salted hashes. This version should be the last in the v3.2.x series. Windows user with many torrents don't need to manually exit the application before system shutdown anymore. The previous versions didn't work on older hardware. Provided by user Dom T4 (github) As you may have noticed already our Ubuntu PPAs were broken for quite some time now. I know I said that v3.1.10 would be the last of the v3.1.x series.In any case, we reset all the passwords and switched on the forum. This build also fixes a problem that requested "G:" drive on Windows. It will make it very difficult for the hackers to recover the real passwords. The upcoming v3.3.x is pretty stable and we'll focus to streamline it for release. In the meantime I backported some important fixes for Windows which resulted in crashes too. Chris Dumez, who maintained them, was unable to fix them. Head over to the download page and find the new PPAs. However there were 2-3 regressions that warranted a new release. This is a major version bump purely because there was a ton of code commits from the last one. Finally, the future stable version will be v4.0.0 not v3.4.0 v3.3.16 changelog: Windows packages for v3.4.0beta_20170807_0320f9d5b5e are released. CAVEAT: The 32bit build doesn't work on Windows XP.
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We are hoping this will facilitate code contributions through merge requests and GIT patches.
We need more people contributing code, the development team is way too small at the moment.
The 5.7.x series don't offer something useful for our usage. Turbo team welcomes hints, tips and tricks to make the guide even better: comments can be left using the guide own commenting system (free registration required). Next release will have a new icon theme(at least) and will drop Qt4 support.
Also Qt 5.7.1 seems to be the last release supporting Windows XP.