BT++, A new BitTorrent GUI


BT++ (bee tee plus plus) is an improved client for the BitTorrent peer-to-peer file distribution solution. It is written, like the offical BitTorrent client, in Python and wxPython for maximum cross-platform compatibility. It should work on any platform that wxPython is available for.


Features for BT++ fall into two categories, completed and planned. In the completed list are multiple downloads in a single window, minimize to the system tray (win32 only), list style display of downloads and automatic re-starting of interrupted torrents without needing the .torrent link. Planned features include enhanced bandwidth throttling, better OS/browser integration and much, much more.


Here's a shot of the most recent (0.5.4 [alpha]) release:


Click here for the Win32client. Click here to view all versions available for download. These links will always point to the latest stable release. For source-tree access click here to browse the CVS directory. Or click here for the nightly CVS tarball.

About Developers/Contributors

Florian Wagner (sirelvis) <email> With assistance from:
Joshua Cantara (xamphear) <email>
Tobias Minich (belgabor)<email>

Original BitTorrent client: Bram Cohen <email>

License Information

BT++ is distributed under the GPL. BitTorrent is available under the MIT License. All portions of BT++ which are directly derived from BitTorrent ("core" folder in source distributions) are copyright Bram Cohen. All other portions are copyright Florian Wagner. The GPL is available here and the MIT License is available here.

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