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this would be really usefull for mobile p2p and download managing
search for portable utorrent on google.
Saves all info to settings etc which are in the same directory
I have a utorrent portable version.... but I don't remember where download it!This is not problem because I can post it!
Usage: when you run the exe file (240KB) it ask you if you would like install it... you have to choose "No" then it will not install nothing...
Would you like test it???
Search the beta testing forum, there is Deluge Portable and also there is Utorrent launcher available and welcome to the community
your friendly neighbourhood moderator Zach Thibeau
Of course it's not as small as utorrent but it can download p2p, http, and others
Look here: http://www.portablefreeware.com/?q=halite&m=Search
Halite is a very good torrent manager.
It seems to be open source (Boost Software License, http://www.opensource.org/licenses/bsl1.0.html) and fairly small at 3 MB.
Another alternative I've found, although it's larger (some 14 MB) is G3 Torrent http://g3torrent.sourceforge.net/ which has also open source (MIT, http://www.opensource.org/licenses/mit-license.php)
It seems that for both, you should download some sort of zipped file (not quite easy to know which, some only contain zips, the .exe of one of them requires admin rights etc.) and then some "manual entry of relative path (eg. ..\..\personal\work.doc)" is required for Halite. Will see how to sort that out.
For Halite, I've gone with the Halite.0_3_1_1.x86.7z file, assuming it will be the most portable one.
I wonder why not one or both of these, or indeed any torrent clients, are already available as Portableapps. FWIW, they're not used only for illegal activities... (but also for openSUSE beta DVDs, for instance)
Due to some error in the download servers, I haven't been able to get the files, or I would have posted how to make them work (assuming I'd have succeeded).
For G3 Torrent, it seems to be the zipped binary file, g3torrent-1.01-bin.zip that you need.
You can unzip the file straight into the PortableApps main directory.
By default, it unpacks into a directory g3torrent.
For PortableApps to find the executable and add it to the PortableApps menu, use Options > Refresh App Icons.
Since you're portable, remember that e. g. a 4.x GB DVD torrent download onto a FAT32 partition would fail (or at least be halted) shortly before it's complete, since it busts the file limits of FAT32. Better check where you download things to, rather than look silly after waiting for a long download
Testing it while I write this, so far 0%... Which is odd, since by now there's a fairly substantial file in a subdirectory to the one I point the download to.
Any hints why this is so?
Frostwire (https://portableapps.com/node/11822) seems to work fairly well.
Also NODEZILLA, it's an open source BitTorrent but that allowed to send encypt file :
burda olmaktan mutluyum:)
it´s a very good
https://portableapps.com/node/8119 read that for uttorent. thank ryan mccue
for downloading, i highly recommend free downloader manager, as for torrent's i highly recommend utorrent.