Release Notes: Some commands were moved into plugins. Duplicate rule emission in the log has been fixed. ClientBot has been updated to use the new commands. A message flood control bug has been fixed.
Release Notes: Configuration files are in XML. Perl problems were fixed. The hub does not hang when kicking users from a script. Passwords are crypted. The account privilege system was totally revisited. Numerous incorrect type conversions were fixed. A crash which occurred when the -f flag was used without a parameter was fixed.
Release Notes: This release supports both libgcrypt and OpenSSL. Many commands are now cluster compatible (*kick, *ban). Ban by IP was included, and a bug that allowed users without nicknames to enter the hub waas fixed. New events were added for ban, kick, and hubinit. ClientBot now handles new clients and manages some of the '#' commands (making them cluster compatible).
Release Notes: The cluster port can now be changed. Bugs in log file rotation and the *banip functions were fixed. A timeout on dying connections was added. A compilation problem on Alpha was fixed. Some debug messages were removed. The crash occuring in -pbanip was fixed. The bug that sometimes prevented a user with an unpriviliged password-protected account from reconnecting was fixed. The German documentation was updated.
Release Notes: *kick commands have been partially rewritten. A duplicated multichat message problem has been fixed. The Perl handler has been rewritten. ClientBot has been greatly improved. The -hpstat command has been repaired. Duplicated hello/quit messages on the cluster have been removed.
Release Notes: A lock problem on *banip commands is fixed. Missing bot privileges have been added. An MOTD loading problem has been fixed. Perl scripts have been internationalized. glib2 is now the default glib version. Multi-chat hub command bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: *kick commands, public chat crash bugs, and numerous memory leaks have been fixed. A PERL command has been added to allow scripts to use all master commands.
Release Notes: In this version, the clientbot has mostly been rewritten to fix numerous bugs. The MD functions detection problem with the SSL library has been fixed. Updated search requests prevent malformed queries on the network. A communication problem occurring when two hubs communicate over a slow connection was fixed. A new script event was added.
Release Notes: Most of the code of the hub was rewritten. Numerous memory leaks, wastes of bandwidth, and minor bugs were fixed. The cluster feature was fully rewritten. Support for glib2 was added. Two new protocol extensions were added to handle shared file CRC (e-donkey 2000 CRC) and to provide file correction support. Multichat now works differently: the hub can now handle more than 1024 users by using poll() instead of select(). A bug that caused the hub to crash at the very early beginning of the login stage was fixed. Support was added for CPUs which do not allow unaligned memory access (such as MIPS or SPARC).
Release Notes: This release fixes compilation problems on *BSD, Cygwin, and SunOS, a compatibility problem with the MacOS X client, and problems in the +me command, VIP privileges, and embedded Python. An anti-fake client system has been added.