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ncurses BitTorrent client based on LibTorrent from rakshasa
 rtorrent is a BitTorrent client based on LibTorrent.  It uses ncurses
 and aims to be a lean, yet powerful BitTorrent client, with features
 similar to the most complex graphical clients.
 Since it is a terminal application, it can be used with the "screen"/"dtach"
 utility so that the user can conveniently logout from the system while keeping
 the file transfers active.
 Some of the features of rtorrent include:
  * Use an URL or file path to add torrents at runtime
  * Stop/delete/resume torrents
  * Optionally loads/saves/deletes torrents automatically in a session
  * Safe fast resume support
  * Detailed information about peers and the torrent
  * Support for distributed hash tables (DHT)
  * Support for peer-exchange (PEX)
  * Support for initial seeding (Superseeding)
(new) rtorrent_0.8.9.orig.tar.gz extra net

rtorrent (0.8.9-2~bpo60+1) squeeze-backports; urgency=low
  * Rebuild for squeeze-backports.
    - Had to tweak the libtorrent14 b-d slightly so it would accept the
      backported libtorrent package.
rtorrent (0.8.9-2) unstable; urgency=medium
  * Urgency set to medium due to an RC bugfix. Closes: #645737.
  * debian/control:
    + Build-depend on the version of libtorrent that has IPv6.
  * debian/patches/series:
    + Reenable the IPv6 patch.
rtorrent (0.8.9-1) unstable; urgency=low
  * Imported Upstream version 0.8.9. Closes: #632314.
  * debian/README.source: Document the preparation of the package.
  * debian/control:
    + Update build-dependency version on libtorrent.
  * debian/patches:
    + Refresh patches.
    + Drop r1185.patch, already applied upstream.
    + Disable the IPv6 patch.
rtorrent (0.8.7-7) unstable; urgency=low
  * [5afc0f0] Don't depend on libtorrent's changelogs. Closes: #623260.
  * [a190a0a] Use correct make variable to avoid FTBFS with gold.
  * [d48e213] Use wrap-and-sort to normalize the debian subdir.
  * [003e77c] Use stricter build-dependency to avoid FTBFS and to
    pick up IPv6 support.
  * [bdec510] Make debian/copyright parseable by
    `config-edit -application dpkg-copyright`.
  * [7f1d2a6] Add years of copyright to my packaging of rtorrent.
  * [cf198ef] Make sure the package conforms to policy 3.9.2.
rtorrent (0.8.7-6) unstable; urgency=low
  * Use Steinar's IPv6 patch instead of the "cooked one". Closes: #618275.
  * Update the IPv6 patch metadata.
rtorrent (0.8.7-5) unstable; urgency=low
  * Add patch to fix segfault with xmlrpc commands. Closes: #605863.
  * Add patch to enable IPv6. Closes: #490277.
  * Update series file.
rtorrent (0.8.7-4) unstable; urgency=low
  * Upload to unstable.
  * Add files to ignore for git's puposes.
  * Don't remove the .pc directory as this confuses dpkg royally.
  * Remove patches that are not relevant anymore.
  * Leave the main tree unpatched to not confuse dpkg.
  * Remove the removal of test/Makefile.
  * Refresh debian/patches.
  * Put a .patch extension on the patches in debian/patches.
  * Build-depend on libxmlrpc-core-c3-dev instead of libxmlrpc-c3-dev.
    Closes: #563075, #615161.
  * Pass --parallel to dh, to enable parallel builds.
  * Unapply patches after build
  * Fix future FTBFS with ld.gold.
  * Since we are rebuilding against a new librtorrent, this closes: #564525.
  * Pass option --enable-ipv6 to configure. Closes: #490277.
rtorrent (0.8.7-3) experimental; urgency=low
  * Enabled xml-rpc features.
rtorrent (0.8.7-2) experimental; urgency=low
  * Added curses into B-D list to fix FTBFS in experimental.
rtorrent (0.8.7-1) experimental; urgency=low
  [ Rogério Brito ]
  * New upstream version.
  [ Dmitry E. Oboukhov ]
  * Standards-Version bumped to 3.9.1.
  * Fixed B-D (libtorrent-dev 0.12.7).
  * Installed forgotten manpage.
  * Excluded tests from build process.

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