Release Notes: This release added support for multiple reserved names, application-mode cursor sequences, and a privileged /appoint override. It also fixed several bugs including some crashes, and detaches more cleanly at startup.
Release Notes: This release now uses configured directories, and most required functions now fail at configure time. The "restart" program has been replaced with the new "-cron" server option. The "most.cc" hack has been retired.
Release Notes: This release fixes a buffer overflow vulnerability present in all earlier releases. It also improves login processing with a 60-second timeout, Ctrl-D to drop the connection, prompting for password on invalid login names, dropping the connection after 3 failed login attempts, and fixes to prevent duplicate sessions.
Release Notes: This release fixes several portability issues. In particular, it builds on Solaris again, and adds NetBSD, AIX, IRIX, and SunOS to the list of supported platforms.
Release Notes: This release applies GCC-specific compiler options only to GCC compilers and increases the number of connections supported under Cygwin to 256.
Release Notes: This release adds a "configure" script to simplify the build process and improve portability. It also fixes the ANSI terminal-handling bugs related to line wrapping.
Release Notes: This release adds support for Cygwin on Win32 systems, and removes the GCC 3.x dependency on the "-lstdc++" library.
Release Notes: This release adds support for Mac OS X (Darwin) and GCC 3.1.1.
Release Notes: This is a portability release. The previous release was tested only on Red Hat Linux 6.1; this release should work with all newer Linux distributions, Solaris, and most BSD systems. It also now builds cleanly with GCC 3.0 (as well as GCC 2.95).
Release Notes: The bug that caused the previous "brown paper bag": release to not compile at all has been fixed (and explained). A demo system is now available for testing.