The bittorrent package

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A library for making Haskell bittorrent applications easy.

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Dependencies aeson, base (==4.*), base16-bytestring, base32-bytestring, base64-bytestring, bencoding (>=0.4), binary, binary-conduit, bits-extras, BoundedChan (>=, bytestring (>=, cereal (>=0.3), cereal-conduit (>=0.5), conduit (>=1.0), containers (>=0.4), cryptohash (==0.10.*), data-default, deepseq, directory (>=1), entropy, filepath (>=1), hashable, HTTP (>=4000.2), IntervalMap, intset, krpc (>=0.3), lens, mmap, mtl, network (>=2.4), network-conduit (>=1.0), old-locale (>=1.0), pretty, pretty-class, resourcet, SafeSemaphore, split, stm (>=2.4), text (>=0.11.0), time (>=0.1), transformers, unordered-containers, urlencoded (>=0.4), vector [details]
License BSD3
Copyright (c) 2013, Sam Truzjan
Author Sam Truzjan
Maintainer Sam Truzjan <>
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Uploaded Mon Nov 25 04:30:39 UTC 2013 by SamTruzjan
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A library for making Haskell applications which use bittorrent protocol easy. This package aims to be a fast thin layer and at the same time provide both:

  • Concise high level API for typical usage scenarious.
  • More straightforward API if you need more fine grained control.

Currently it provides serialization and deserealization of core datatypes, some widely used routines and core types.


See list of implemented BEPs.


For documentation see haddock generated documentation.

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This library is written and maintained by Sam T.

Feel free to report bugs and suggestions via github issue tracker or the mail.