Version: 2.0.8


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Declared in "libtorrent/read_resume_data.hpp"

add_torrent_params read_resume_data (span<char const> buffer
   , error_code& ec, load_torrent_limits const& cfg = {});
add_torrent_params read_resume_data (span<char const> buffer
   , load_torrent_limits const& cfg = {});
add_torrent_params read_resume_data (bdecode_node const& rd
   , int piece_limit = 0x200000);
add_torrent_params read_resume_data (bdecode_node const& rd
   , error_code& ec, int piece_limit = 0x200000);

these functions are used to parse resume data and populate the appropriate fields in an add_torrent_params object. This object can then be used to add the actual torrent_info object to and pass to session::add_torrent() or session::async_add_torrent().

If the client wants to override any field that was loaded from the resume data, e.g. save_path, those fields must be changed after loading resume data but before adding the torrent.

The piece_limit parameter determines the largest number of pieces allowed in the torrent that may be loaded as part of the resume data, if it contains an info field. The overloads that take a flat buffer are instead configured with limits on torrent sizes via load_torrent limits.

In order to support large torrents, it may also be necessary to raise the settings_pack::max_piece_count setting and pass a higher limit to calls to torrent_info::parse_info_section().

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write_resume_data() write_resume_data_buf()

Declared in "libtorrent/write_resume_data.hpp"

std::vector<char> write_resume_data_buf (add_torrent_params const& atp);
entry write_resume_data (add_torrent_params const& atp);

this function turns the resume data in an add_torrent_params object into a bencoded structure

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write_torrent_file_buf() write_torrent_file()

Declared in "libtorrent/write_resume_data.hpp"

entry write_torrent_file (add_torrent_params const& atp, write_torrent_flags_t flags);
entry write_torrent_file (add_torrent_params const& atp);
std::vector<char> write_torrent_file_buf (add_torrent_params const& atp
   , write_torrent_flags_t flags);

writes only the fields to create a .torrent file. This function may fail with a std::system_error exception if:

  • The add_torrent_params object passed to this function does not contain the info dictionary (the ti field)
  • The piece layers are not complete for all files that need them

The write_torrent_file_buf() overload returns the torrent file in bencoded buffer form. This overload may be faster at the expense of lost flexibility to add custom fields.

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Declared in "libtorrent/write_resume_data.hpp"

this makes write_torrent_file() not fail when attempting to write a v2 torrent file that does not have all the piece layers
don't include http seeds in the torrent file, even if some are present in the add_torrent_params object
When set, DHT nodes from the add_torrent_params objects are included in the resulting .torrent file