Efficient Usenet Downloader
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Latest commit 639e0b6 Jan 17, 2017 @hugbug hugbug #327: reverted non-strict par2-filename matching
To handle article subjects with non-parseable filenames. Also created a
functional test for this case.
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lib #291: eacfacc: fixed compilation error on Windows Oct 15, 2016
linux #192: use pkg-config for all required libraries Mar 22, 2016
osx fixed incompatibility with macOS El Capitan and XCode 7/8 Dec 13, 2016
posix Add the ax_cxx_compile_stdcxx macro locally Mar 20, 2016
scripts #309: allow sending e-mails to multiple recipients Nov 20, 2016
tests #327: reverted non-strict par2-filename matching Jan 17, 2017
webui #319: fixed automatic changing of pp-scripts when changing category i… Dec 30, 2016
windows fixed #254: installing multiple versions on Windows Aug 3, 2016
.gitattributes #4: corrected .gitattributes for line endings Jun 21, 2015
.gitignore #279: updated .gitignore Sep 17, 2016
.travis.yml #196: continuous integration via Travis CI Mar 29, 2016
COPYING added to repository Nov 28, 2007
ChangeLog updated version string to 18.0-testing Sep 9, 2016
Makefile.am #291: removed not used unit of par2-module Oct 12, 2016
Makefile.in #291: removed not used unit of par2-module Oct 12, 2016
README #102: updated compiling instructions (Windows only) Oct 21, 2015
README.md #196: badges in readme Mar 29, 2016
aclocal.m4 #189: added include for new macro file Mar 20, 2016
config.h.in #288: reading encrypted archives using nettle library Oct 3, 2016
configure #298: added compatibility with openssl 1.1.0 Oct 31, 2016
configure.ac #298: added compatibility with openssl 1.1.0 Oct 31, 2016
nzbget.conf #319: unified extension scripts settings Dec 14, 2016
nzbget.vcxproj #291: removed not used unit of par2-module Oct 12, 2016
pubkey.pem #51: added public key to repository Jul 10, 2015

README.md

NZBGet

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NZBGet is a binary downloader, which downloads files from Usenet based on information given in nzb-files.

NZBGet is written in C++ and is known for its extraordinary performance and efficiency.

NZBGet can be run at almost every platform - classic PCs, NAS, media players, SAT-receivers, WLAN-routers, etc. The download area provides precompiled binaries for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux (compatible with many CPUs and platform variants). For other platforms the program can be compiled from sources.