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Searching for someone who can create a binary for the latest KTorrent [MAC OS-X Maver

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I have been a longtime end user of Kubuntu.
Since a few years i have myself a macbook, and am missing the quite well known Bittorrent-client KTorrent.

Is there anyone who would be willing to make a package for KTorrent? I would even be willing to pay something so that it is fun.
If there are more humans who would like to have one, then please +1 for this.
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Originally Posted by nizza View Post
I have been a longtime end user of Kubuntu.

If you're a linux user as well as a Mac user, you should know that unix/linux-based apps are mostly modular - meaning they require libraries of code written by other people. Creating that app for OS X would also require porting the KDE environment and several libraries to OS X.
On the other hand, maybe someone has already done that. There are 3 "ports" systems I know of (and probably more).
Look them up online. Just be aware, getting one app will require downloading at least 10, probably more like 30 different packages.
Hope this helps.
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