If your app can’t handle or doesn’t really need installing a full featured and heavy search engine like Lucene, nor you want to depend on a SQL database for indexing and doing simple search based strings you can use Yuca to index documents under any number of arbitrary keys which can be grouped under tags.
The shared library currently weighs ~170kb without any packing optimizations, we hope to reduce the size further in the near future.
Today, Wed May 9th the library is only available as a C++ shared or static library, the goal is to have bindings for popular programming languages, the first being Java since I need to use it on Android apps I’m developing.
If you feel like you need something like this and you’re not coding in C++, please create an issue on the github repository asking for the language bindings that you need and I’ll try to prioritize your request for the next set of language bindings.
Download FrostWire 5.7.2 for Windows (Bitcoin, Litecoin, Dogecoin enabled .torrent)
Download FrostWire 5.7.2 for MacOSX (.torrent)
Download FrostWire 5.7.2 for Debian/Ubuntu (.torrent)
This release is all about performance and stability.
Some users have complained about what happens to their internet connection when using FrostWire heavily, so we’ve finally added uTP support to solve these issues.
FrostWire can now deal with bandwidth congestion issues in a way that won’t compromise your internet experience while you use it.
You can, for example, see how FrostWire will automatically adjust its transfer speeds to cede network resources to other programs in your computer, like your web browser while surfing the web or streaming a movie from Netflix.
If the connection is not being used by any other software FrostWire will automatically use as much bandwidth as it can, and you don’t have to do this manually using the existing throttling controls, and all this while not clogging up your router’s memory.
Another benefit of having added uTP is that some WiFi/DSL/Cable routers won’t have issues with packet data overflow when torrenting with FrostWire, which in some cases can completely drop the internet connection forcing you to restart your router to reconnect to the Internet.
We’ve also taken care of very important user experience details, that should make FrostWire easier to understand for new users, as well as smaller usability bugs and crashes that have been fixed.
Here’s the full list of changes.
frostwire (5.7.2) stable; urgency=high
* uTP support enabled.
* Multiple crash fixes.
* UX: playable single file torrents now can be played from transfer list.
* UX: Fixes UI Thread freeze when opening Options > Search.
* UX: Better error reporting when a torrent can't be fetched from a
* Spanish translation update by @dennistobar.
-- FrostWire Team <email@example.com> Fri, 11 Apr 2014 14:22:10 -0500
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First of all, if you have Macports, do yourself a favor and get rid of it.
Then make sure you have Homebrew installed and all the packages installed by it up to date.
1. Let’s install all the dependencies for Bitcoin hacking.
brew install autoconf automake berkeley-db4 boost miniupnpc openssl pkg-config protobuf qt libtool
2. Make sure you have the right OpenSSL version installed. Type the following on your terminal:
you should see “OpenSSL 1.0.1f 6 Jan 2014.”
if you see an older version, do
OpenSSL should be upgraded, you may or may not have to issue a “
brew link openssl” or even a “
brew link --overwrite openssl” if it’s giving you trouble.
3. Now, let’s configure, and make. I strongly suggest you add the boost library path when configuring, otherwise you may get nasty “
Undefined symbols for architecture x86_64” compilation errors. During the time I wrote this, homebrew had installed boost 1.55 in my system, and the boost lib path was
/usr/local/Cellar/boost/1.55.0/lib so I invoked the following:
After that I just issued a
And I was done.
If you want to hack the bitcoin-qt client like me, head to
src/qt/, there should be a
bitcoin-qt executable there now.