BITTORRENT AND EMULE MODS !!INSTALL!! Full Version
As a popular open source program, eMule has many variants, usually called mods. Some mods started as forks from official eMule versions and then continued to develop independently rather than modifying newer official versions. An example of this type of mod is the obsolete eMule Plus. Since eMule Plus forked off before the release of v0.30, the first official version to include Kad, eMule Plus does not support this feature mainly because the project development has been abandoned for about 4 years. Other current mods follow official eMule releases and make their own releases based on each new release of the official version. Since distributed mods are required to publicly share their source code by the GNU General Public License, useful features created by mod developers can be quickly incorporated into an official version.
BITTORRENT AND EMULE MODS Full Version
VeryCD's easyMule is a popular eMule client among Chinese users. It has a simplified interface and lacks some advanced settings available in the standard eMule client. As of version 1.1 it only supports searching through the VeryCD database, though external eD2k links are accepted. Some criticized VeryCD for their misleading name "Dianlv" (Chinese: 电驴; pinyin: Diàn Lǘ; lit. 'Electronic Donkey'; generally the Chinese name for eDonkey or eMule) and the site emule.org.cn, which is named "Dianlv (eMule) Chinese Site" (电驴(eMule)中文网站).
Like all p2p protocols ed2k requires that you're connected to a peer that requests upload from you. The presence of incomplete peers isn't enough to assume there is a problem, it's likely they are already receiving as much as their bandwidth can handle. I've used the emule plugin for years, never tried the extreme version but I have witnessed difficulty uploading similar to a torrent with lots of seeders and few peers. Usually if you keep the tasks running they will upload and if any of the files are also shared in torrents you can upload to those bitcomet peers in the torrent swarms too. This is one feature that makes bitcomet unique, it can share using cross-protocol technology that as far as I'm aware no one else had developed.
I started the torrent and removed all bittorrent trackers so it wouldn't complete before finding emule peers. After it got past 10% I also disabled LTseed so it would rely solely on emule. I see two connections, both with about 50% but the reason I'm not uploading to them is they are probably the same computer and the connections are each of the two files in the torrent.
If you like you can try redownloading the torrent, start it, remove all the bittorrent trackers, disable DHT and disable LTseed so it will only download from emule and we can see if my upload speeds up. It will probably be best to shut down all other torrents so our test isn't competing for bandwidth.
Also as I mentioned before, I'm far from an expert on emule. In fact when I switched computers I didn't even install it until a member asked for help, but every time I use it, it works as expected. If a torrent has emule peers I download and upload to them. Most torrents I use don't have emule peers though and with this torrent with only two very slow peers they weren't any help, but if the torrent had no seeders and stopped at 99% those emule peers would allow me to complete the download and in turn seed to the rest of the bittorrent peers. That is the beauty of the cross protocol downloading, not only does it help your speed, but it can revive a dead torrent in situations like this.