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Re: Collapsing DVD and CD torrents into one

Behdad Esfahbod wrote:
Rahul Sundaram wrote:
Behdad Esfahbod wrote:
Jesse Keating wrote:
On Fri, 2008-10-17 at 14:51 -0500, Jon Ciesla wrote:
Does it work it bittorrent-curses?
I don't think so, but bittorrent-* from bittorrent.com is essentially
dead code to us, since they closed source any newer versions.  I don't
think we should consider it the 'least common denominator' anymore.
Then why don't you tell us what one can use from the cmdline as easily as

I agree with seth: mindlessness.  How am I going to explain to a
friend of
mine who wants to download Fedora then?  "Take the torrent from the
site, but
then only download the file with dvd in the name".

Why don't we also include nonfree codecs in the image and make some
cash while
at it?
Stop being rude without any provocation at all. Jesse Keating *is*
asking for feedback, so you can be courteous while disagreeing.

I didn't intend to be rude, sorry if it looked that way.  I was showing by
example that merging the CD and DVD images is making it hard for users to get
what they want without what they don't want.  I don't think the example was
too far.


To answer your question: rtorrent works from the command line.


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