nslr Posted May 22, 2011 Report Share Posted May 22, 2011 Hi, everyone!For some time now, I've been missing the possibility to easily auto-load torrents into uTorrent and label these torrents with no user interaction.Reading through these forums, I see, that I'm not alone, but with no other solutions readily available, I decided to make a small app of my own!It's written in C#.net 3.5, and is as open-source as the libraries I use (Only Jayrock at the moment).Setup:When this small console application is started the first time, users must input the following:uTorrent WebUI username, password and host-information (IP:Port).If the IP is different from "localhost" or "127.0.0.1", the user must also input a local directory for the app to look for torrents in.This means, that it is possible to run this app on a different PC than the one hosting uTorrent!NOTE: This functionality has only been partially tested on a local network, and not at all over the internet. Theoretically, both should work just fine.How it works:Per default, if running on the PC with uTorrent, the app looks for new torrents in SUBFOLDERS of the "Directory to watch" folder. Whenever a new .torrent-file is added to ANY subfolder, the torrent is loaded into uTorrent, and given the label SUBFOLDERNAMEA little image to explain: Source and binaries available here:Source@GITHubBinariesWhen downloading the binaries, just extract the contents to any folder and run "uAL.exe"I'm not planning on making it any more advanced! If anyone would like to, please port it to PERL or Python for better multi-platform support.Only tested on Windows 7 (both 32 and 64 bit), using the latest version of uTorrent 3Updates:2011-06-05+ [feature/setting] Stop the torrent when done downloading+ [debug] Tell the user what went wrong when failing to connect+ [bugfix] Several bugs ironed out. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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