Projects / uhub


uhub is a high performance peer-to-peer hub for the ADC network. Its low memory footprint allows it to handle several thousand users on high-end servers, or a small private hub on embedded hardware. It uses the ADC protocol, and is compatible with DC++, jUCy, and other ADC clients.

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Recent releases

  •  08 Nov 2012 09:59

    Release Notes: This release improves SSL/TLS problems like high CPU utilization and some handshake detection errors. The build system now uses CMake, which replaces the old makefiles and Visual Studio project files. Several important fixes were made, including crash fixes and stricter ADC protocol compliance.

    •  29 May 2012 21:11

      Release Notes: This release adds plugin support. A number of plugins are provided, including authentication using SQLite, logging, and chat history. plugins can be written in C. This release also address several SSL/TLS stability issues. In addition, uhub now compiles and runs nicely on Windows systems, with Visual Studio Express 2010.

      •  01 Jun 2010 18:36

        Release Notes: This release primarily includes minor bugfixes for BSD and OS X users, adds support for redirecting users when failing to log in, and has some code cleanups.

        •  05 Apr 2010 18:53

          Release Notes: This release adds support for banning old ADC clients (pre-ADC/1.0), flood control, better OS X and BSD support, and many fixes.

          •  24 Jan 2010 22:56

            Release Notes: This release adds experimental SSL support in addition to many new user commands. Many crash bugs are fixed, along with other important bugs. The hub should also be faster with O(1) timeout handling and a rewritten network subsystem that no longer requires libevent.


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