Bugs are like UFOs, it's not because you've never seen one
that they do not exist.
was written in Cocoa and for Mac OS X in 2002, to
improve the poor Internet browsing experience and
slow download speeds caused by servers softwares on
your machine or your network. And to accuratly
control your uploads and downloads streams. It had
then a tremendous success during the the 10.0 to
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created to fix network congestions, often caused by
your servers or some P2P programs, on Mac OS X.
brings features called "bandwidth throttling",
"traffic shaping" and "Quality Of Service" to Mac
OS X. These features are efficient ways to improve
your connection throughput in both download and
2.7 : (19 June 2003)
Great performance increase : consumes much less
CPU, in particular with User Interface
New Preference added : the "Priority Step" to
parameter the effect of priorities
Fix a bug for slow client upload : their priorities
is not set to the default priority but to the one
choosed by the user.
Added Direct Connect port and Fix Acquisition port
Check for new version online if you allow it.
New average calculation (mid term average, better
to show tendencies since TCP is fluctuant).
Fix a crash at launch.
: (17 April 2003) -
Fix the blocking and repetitive error "can't write
to the divert socket...". -
Fix a bug where some ports could not be entered in
the user interface. -
Fix of a Preference problem.
: (07 April 03) -
Enhanced the security of the code with root
New throughput management natively computed in
KB/s. Better accuracy. -
Fix a problem when not all ipfw rules were created
because of a privilege problem. -
Fix a problem where carrafix
New error messages when no route is
Fix a crash at launch due to a preference file
Better Services recognization. -
Slight speed optimization.
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