Release Notes: This version includes minor bugfixes with input, adds support for new /queryreply command, and adds support for automatic logging of conversations.
Release Notes: Integration of curses and non-curses versions.
Release Notes: This release fixes buddy list sorting, and also a version number display in the program.
Release Notes: This is an update of the 1.4 version (the last version released prior to the change to a curses-based interface) to use the newest libyahoo from GTKYahoo's CVS repository, as Ari's Yahoo Client 1.8 does. In the future, Curses-based versions will be numbered 1.x (x > 4) and non-curses-based versions will be numbered 1.4.x.
Release Notes: Ari's Yahoo clients works once again. It uses new libyahoo setup from GTKYahoo and a quick fix to the yahoolib configure.in file due to the lack of need for GTK. Custom status messages have been added. Several usability fixes, including a reported bug relating to pasting text into the program when it is running in an xterm were also added.
Release Notes: A fix for a bug when sending messages without /msg, and a new /clear command.
Release Notes: The new commands '/prev' and '/reply' were added. One-character aliases for commonly-used commands were implemented. Internal command processing was improved, and a cosmetic backspace bug was fixed.
Release Notes: A new curses interface, no more annoying prompts, use of /msg <ID> <message> to send messages without /query, and a known bug with backspace working but not removing the character backspaced over from the input window.
Release Notes: New commands: /help /status /add /remove. Password is now not displayed as you enter it. Username can be given either as a command-line argument or at runtime. Note that no guarantees are made about the /add and /remove commands, which haven't been thoroughly tested, but yahoolib's implementation of them was less than 100% reliable in any case.
Release Notes: Changed configure to correctly find libraries on Solaris (and most likely other platforms).