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I am looking for an LTO tape library. Do you have one to spare?
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Mon, 25 Jun 2012
[ 04:07:05 dougb ] Original commit 
libtorrent-rasterbar-16 net-p2p  Deleted files touched by this commit C++ library implementing a BitTorrent client
Upgrade to version 0.16.1:

 * fixed crash when providing corrupt resume data
 * fixed support for boost-1.44
 * fixed reversed semantics of queue_up() and queue_down()
 * added missing functions to python bindings
   (file_priority(), set_dht_settings())
 * fixed low_prio_disk support on linux
 * fixed time critical piece accounting in the request queue
 * fixed semantics of rate_limit_utp to also ignore per-torrent limits
 * fixed piece sorting bug of deadline pieces
 * fixed python binding build on BSD
 * fixed possible crash when enabling multiple connections per IP
 * change default of rate_limit_utp to true
 * fixed FreeBSD build
 * fixed web seed performance issue whith pieces > 1 MiB
 * fixed unchoke logic when using web seeds
 * fixed compatibility with older versions of boost (down to boost 1.40)

Remove the patch from their svn repo that was incorporated into this version

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