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I am totally not sure what you are trying to do here. I checked your example and you have a file path that never change and try to run on the same.iso file. If this is what you are trying to do, how does it work? Does it open two copies of the torrent’s files? I don’t know how you are trying to do this, but I will try to explain how it would work.
A basic torrent file looks like this:
There are parts of the file:
The name of the file (20140704-0615-12345-0:1)
The time it was created (20140704-0615-12345-0:0)
The hash of the file.
Information about the files, and how many seeders and peers you have.
Information about the hash (database on peers).
In the code, you can get the information out of the torrent with something like this:
var info = torrent.Info = torrent.Info.Database.Peers.GetPeers(hash);
That is all you need to get the information. You can pretty much assume that if you create an instance of a torrent object for a hash, that you will always have the information in the database, and only needs to be called when the file changes, or you don’t have the information before hand.
Since you are only trying to find the.torrent file without having it in a torrent client, you should use System.IO.Path, and search the path you specify for the file. You can create a function in your code like this:
string getFile(string path)
// replace the path with the correct path
var fileName = “20140704-0615-12345-0:1″;
var extension = Path.GetExtension(fileName);
var path = @”D:\Users\RandomUser\Desktop”;
return Path.Combine(path, fileName + extension);
Which would return the file “20140704-0615