Deluge is a BitTorrent customer written in Python. It is cross-stage, utilizing a front and back end engineering where BitTorrent, a product library written in C++ which gives the application’s organizing rationale, is associated with one of the different front closures (counting a content reassure, a Web interface and a graphical work area interface utilizing GTK+) through the venture’s own particular Python ties.
Discharged under the terms of adaptation 3 of the GNU General Public License, Deluge is a protected free and open-source programming.
Deluge was initially titled gTorrent, to mirror that it was focused for the GNOME work area condition. At the point when the principal rendition was discharged on September 25, 2006, it was renamed to Deluge because of a current task named gtorrent on SourceForge, notwithstanding the way that it was at long last coded to work on GNOME as well as on any stage which could bolster GTK+.
Deluge intends to be a lightweight, secure, and highlights rich customer. To help accomplish this, the vast majority of its highlights are a piece of module modules which were composed by different designers.