Projects / TorrentParse


TorrentParse is a PHP script that parses Bittorrent torrent files using the BDecode and BEncode libraries. The information it outputs is useful for visitors visiting the site because it displays information about the torrent files. TorrentParse GTK is aimed to be a cross-platform program similar to TorrentSpy (Windows-only). It can do most things that TorrentSpy can, except make torrents and check completed downloads.

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Recent releases

  •  24 Jan 2005 22:50

    Release Notes: PHP bugs with gzip have been fixed, and there is a new system for recognising torrent endings.

    •  05 Jan 2005 16:07

      Release Notes: Code cleanup was done. Filesizes are now human readable.

      •  05 Jan 2005 16:04

        Release Notes: Code cleanup was done. Scraping of Trackers. New torrent attributes were added. Filesizes are now human readable. Spaces between filenames were eliminated. A bug with certain filenames was fixed. pathurlencode() was added.

        •  01 Dec 2004 21:43

          Release Notes: Seeds and Peers checking is enabled with gzip support. Estimated download bandwidth is added. You can download a torrent file from a URL with the cut/copy/paste function. Parse() is added to replace EndDialog. Drag and drop is enabled. The file selector remains at the last folder. fopen has been changed to file_get_contents due to performance. It has been tested on Linux, and changes made. There are numbers on tracker URLs and filenames $array['httpseed'] for webseed. URLDecode has been added for remote torrent parsing.

          •  02 Oct 2004 20:17

            Release Notes: The checkarray() function was removed from the EndDialog() function in parse.php.


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