Release Notes: This release contains numerous minor changes, stability enhancements, and bugfixes. Some of the major changes include the addition of discrete movement types and the addition of transportation objects such as ships controlled by players. The server now sends spell information to the client for a more friendly display. Player stealing from other players can now be disabled by an option in the settings file. A new plugin interface was implemented. Shop specialization was added. Shops no longer all give the same prices, instead varying prices based on what they normally deal with.
Release Notes: Numerous bugfixes and stability enhancements have been made to the Crossfire X-11, GTKv1, and GTKv2 clients.
Release Notes: This release includes numerous bugfixes and stability enhancements along with many minor changes and improvements. Also added were new features such as the start of a quest tracking system, better support for readable objects, the addition of party/group based spells, improved smooth (graphic) sending code for the client, and map region support. New maps have been added, as well as various fixes. Also available is the addition of a pure GTKv2 client, including SDL and OpenGL drawing modes.
Release Notes: Major changes since last release include numerous bugfixes, including fixing some compile problems on some systems. There are DM improvements, and some new objects.
Release Notes: This release fixes memory leaks, improves sound support, and improves the command table.
Release Notes: Bugfixes were made, and Win32 support was improved.
Release Notes: This commit adds graduated colored stat bars to the GTK client. What this means is that the color of the stat bar goes smoothly from red to yellow to green depending on what percentage of your hp/sp/grace/food is compared to your maximum. To use this, you need to go to the config pane and hit the 'gradually change stat bar color' button.