Projects / SABnzbd


SABnzbd is a cross-platform binary newsreader written in Python. It simplifies the process of downloading from Usenet dramatically, thanks to its friendly Web-based user interface and advanced built-in post-processing options that automatically verify, repair, extract, and clean up posts downloaded from Usenet. It also has a fully customizable user interface, and offers a complete API for third-party applications to hook into.

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Recent releases

  •  14 Jun 2011 19:29

    Release Notes: End-of-queue actions were fixed. A problem in which the generic sort failed to recognize years surrounded by underscores was fixed. When running the Wizard in German, the last page no longer crashes.

    •  31 Aug 2010 10:06

      Release Notes: Many bugfixes and small improvements, category support, and Swedish and Danish translations.

      •  21 Mar 2010 13:07

        Release Notes: The UI now supports English, French, Dutch, German, and Swedish. A start-up wizard was added. On-the-fly par2 checking was added. Configuration changes now take immediate effect. Job priorities, individual job pausing, and job renaming were implemented. Flexible server setup was added. The Plush and Smpl skins have been improved. The "Mobile" skin was added (and replaces iPhone-skin). RSS supports more sites and has generally improved. TV/movie sorting was expanded. Mac OS X integration was improved. HTTPS support was added for the Web UI. Email templates were added. An extensive API for utility developers was added.

        •  26 Mar 2009 22:20

          Release Notes: Various par2-repair problems were fixed for Mac OS X. A long queue display problem was solved for Mac OS X. news-group and newzbin-category were fixed for SABnzbd-category conversion.

          •  14 Jul 2008 20:25

            No changes have been submitted for this release.


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