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 File comments for:  Network » Ftp » download.lha

Download

Description: File download utility: http, https and ftp
Download: download.lha
Version: 1.5
Date: 09 Nov 17
Category: network/ftp
FileID: 10364
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Comment by: pvanni (2.238.147.73)At: 09 Nov 2017, 15:14File version: 1.5
I think the the high CPU usage comes from the frequency
of the video refresh, for big files I think the program
has to update the video not every byte
 
 
Comment by: anonymous (91.68.221.99)At: 24 Oct 2017, 07:10File version: 1.4
I'm using SFS/02 and CPU gets very high when downloading at high speed (more than 1MB/s on X1000).

Thanks for your answer :-) (I'd wished to have been able to ask you this by mail but I did not find it :-( ).
 
 
Comment by: Tuomas (77.86.211.251)At: 24 Oct 2017, 00:52File version: 1.4
Only SFS2 and NGFS supports such big files.

I tested with one of the many CPU dockies and it was around 0-14%, occasionally it jumped to 24% and then back in a flash. (X1000)
 
 
Comment by: Tuomas (77.86.211.251)At: 24 Oct 2017, 00:36File version: 1.4
Quote: "Would it be possible to add support for files bigger than 2GB ?"

Do you have an example of such file which is free download ?
 
 
Comment by: Tuomas (77.86.211.251)At: 24 Oct 2017, 00:26File version: 1.4
Quote: "Would it be possible to add support for files bigger than 2GB ?"
???

Quote: "why is it using so much CPU time ?"
???
 
 
Comment by: K-L (91.68.221.99)At: 23 Oct 2017, 22:21File version: 1.4
Thanks for this excellent tool. Would it be possible to add support for files bigger than 2GB ?

Another question : why is it using so much CPU time ?
 
 
Comment by: tommysammy (79.195.219.72)At: 07 Oct 2015, 05:56File version: 1.1
Works well here. Many thanks
 
 
Comment by: samo79 (93.147.204.106)At: 06 Oct 2015, 13:30File version: 1.1
@TSK

Tested with SMTube and works perfectly, thanks !
 
 
Comment by: TSK (77.86.211.251)At: 05 Oct 2015, 23:44File version: 1.0
@samo79
From version 1.1 it's possible to play the beginning of a file while the rest of it is still being downloaded.

@tommysammy
This is a command line utility (even there's a progress bar window). Pause/stop = CTRL+C, for reconnect start downloading again (there's builtin resume support).
 
 
Comment by: tommysammy (185.2.32.236)At: 04 Oct 2015, 08:02File version: 1.0
Please add Pause, Stop, Reconnect in the next release
 
 
Comment by: samo79 (93.147.204.106)At: 26 Sep 2015, 18:06File version: 1.0
Actually a file downloaded with this tool can be played *only* after it is downloaded at 100%, however often people would like to play a file (for example a video) even during a download, just to watch it as soon as possible or for any other reason :-)
Do you think it could be possible to modify your tool in order to make it possible ?
 
 
Comment by: zzd10h (81.80.208.70)At: 21 Sep 2015, 10:19File version: 1.0
I included your Download program in SMTube package.
Thank you Tuomas for this tool !
 
 
Comment by: TSK (77.86.211.251)At: 20 Dec 2014, 17:24File version: 1.0
There's one already.
 
 
Comment by: Severin (146.90.16.18)At: 10 Jun 2014, 18:33File version: 1.0
I use Download for some regular automated downloads.
Is it possible to add a quiet switch to stop it opening the gui?
 
 

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