DC++ 0.865 is out and marked as stable

DC++ 0.865 has been released with zlib and OpenSSL libraries have been updated. The compression issue found in the previous version has been fixed therefore upgrading to version 0.865 is highly recommended.

DC++ 0.864

DC++ 0.864, along with changes in share filtering and an addition of testing notifications, fixes a stability issue regarding processing of search results. The issue is introduced in the previous release so immediate upgrade for users running version 0.863 is highly recommended.


Tests with the 0.864 version of DC++ have uncovered a transfer issue (see https://bugs.launchpad.net/dcplusplus/+bug/1656050) so the release has been removed. It never made it to the “stable” status.

Please keep using version 0.863 for now.

DC++ 0.863

DC++ 0.863, along with minor changes, fixes a stability issue in the 32-bit builds. Furthermore it contains additional optimizations for the benefit of users running DC++ on 32-bit operating systems. DC++ needs SSE3 support from this release on which means it requires Intel Core or AMD A64 X2 or newer CPUs to run. Some steppings of older processors will still work though.

Immediate upgrade for users running 32-bit operating systems is highly recommended.