Try it out
RubyTorrent is primarily a library. See doc/api.txt for an example of how to
use it in your Ruby applications. There are also a few executable scripts for
you to play around with.
rtpeer.rb: downloads a BitTorrent package.
rtpeer-ncurses.rb: a nicer, ncurses version of the same. (The standard Ruby
curses library appears not to play nicely with Threads, so we can't use it.)
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