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BitTornado T-0.3.12 has been released. Changes include bug fixes to the tracker and to btlaunchmany[curses], the Windows installers' being built using older versions of Python and wxPython to fix the problem with the client sticking in the task list, and the addition of a little sneakiness to help keep ISPs from killing connections to seed clients.
This will hopefully be the last of the T-0.3 series, because I'm seriously sick of wxPython. The T-0.4 series of clients will have an entirely new GUI based on GTK, similar to mainline BitTorrent, except built from scratch.
Today's release should fix the problem with clients hanging in the task manager. It should also fix problems on 64-bit processors.
The latest update should fix the problem with the client getting stuck in the task manager under Windows. The pause system has been rewritten, and no longer halts the engine; it should work properly without freezing up now on machines w/ limits on the maximum number of connections that can be kept open. A few other bugs have been fixed, though the GUI width problem hasn't (and may not until the GUI is rewritten). Another stupid bug, where the download time estimate isn't blanked when the client is paused, will be fixed in the next version.