libtorrent4j VS hellomello

Compare libtorrent4j vs hellomello and see what are their differences.

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libtorrent4j hellomello
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188 80
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5.5 0.0
6 months ago almost 4 years ago
C++ C++
GNU General Public License v3.0 or later Apache License 2.0
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libtorrent4j

Posts with mentions or reviews of libtorrent4j. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2022-01-26.

hellomello

Posts with mentions or reviews of hellomello. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2023-08-29.
  • Compiling Rust for .NET, using only tea and stubbornness
    4 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 29 Aug 2023
    Tangentially related, I've written a barebones assembler for Android .apk files once (strictly speaking, the assembler is for .dex files, but it also comes with a set of tools to package and sign .apk files). It's written mainly in Nim and provides enough primitives to allow creating Java "stubs" for native .so libraries, so that .apk-s can be built in Nim WITHOUT JDK AT ALL. The Android NDK is still kinda needed/useful, though IIRC mainly for access to adb, and especially adb logcat (which you'll need A LOT for debugging if you try to use this contraption).

    I'd love to One Day™ Rewrite It In Rust.

    The .dex assembler itself is at: https://github.com/akavel/dali — you may like to check out the tests at: https://github.com/akavel/dali/tree/master/tests to see how using it looks like.

    An example project with a simple .apk written purely in Nim (NO JDK) is at: https://github.com/akavel/hellomello/tree/flappy (unfortunately, given Nim's poor packaging story, it's most probably already bitrotten to the extent that it can't be quickly and easily built & used out of the box). I recorded a presentation about this for an online Nim conference — see: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wr9X5NCwPlI&list=PLxLdEZg8DR...

What are some alternatives?

When comparing libtorrent4j and hellomello you can also consider the following projects:

FileCentipede - Cross-platform internet upload/download manager for HTTP(S), FTP(S), SSH, magnet-link, BitTorrent, m3u8, ed2k, and online videos. WebDAV client, FTP client, SSH client.

wt-tracker - High-performance WebTorrent tracker

frostwire-jlibtorrent - A swig Java interface for libtorrent by the makers of FrostWire. Develop libtorrent based apps with the joy of coding in Java.

openwebtorrent-tracker - Fast and simple Webtorrent tracker implementation in C++

PhoneVR - Use Steam VR-enabled applications with your phone as HMD (Head-mounted display). The only Open-Source solution to similar commercial packages like VRidge, iVRy, Trinus etc etc.

bittorrent-dht - 🕸 Simple, robust, BitTorrent DHT implementation

dali - Indie assembler/linker for Dalvik VM .dex & .apk files (Work In Progress)

clr_lite

Misery - 3d programming is fun.

androguard - Reverse engineering and pentesting for Android applications

XAPKDetector - APK/DEX detector for Windows, Linux and MacOS.