Limewire App For iPhone/Touch

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  1. aasimbeck

    aasimbeck New Member

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    I know this has been brought up serveral times, but obviously the Gnutella network is the most popular P2P network, and since we already have the itunes app on the ipod can we modify the app to work on the gnutella network, this would be great because the itunes app registers all the music you download, plus it puts on it your computer upon next sync. So We Pretty Much All Know That Java Is In Desgin Stages For Ipod/iPhone and limewire Relies Heavily On The java Platform.

    here is limewires Developer Homepage

    Ok i have compiled a list of sources that may be a help!

    Gnutella Protocal Development

    Limewire Gnutella Supernode Development

    official Gnutella Developer Forum

    Meta Information For Gnutella

    Keyword Routing

    Handshake Protocol

    Here Are Some Source Codes For Limewire

    These Resources Are From The Gnutella And Limewire Networks Please Visit Here Or Here
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    F0N3Y New Member

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    Wow, if limewire becomes and app it will me amazing.
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    aasimbeck New Member

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    Yeah ive kinda been trying too, ive been trying to install mac os x on my computer for 6 am this morning and i think i finally got it so i can download cocoa and develop apps btw i clearly stated that i am willing to help as much as possible so maybe you shopudl think before you post, oh and the triple post thing was cuz the mod changed my title the first time cuz of mispelling
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    no, you should think before you post. you now have 3 threads. 3 threads YOU have to check on for replies each time. you could of simply stuck to one thread, and then edit the whole post (including topic, yes you could do that without having a moderator do it).

    this is irrelevent. do you even know any computer languages to write applications? read my above comment.

    again, close thread, for not knowing how to use a forums' functions properly.
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    You know why....this thread is closed.
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