Release Notes: This is another minor bugfix release which fixes problems that have surfaced when compiling with GNOME support, and compiling with the gcc 3.xx series of compilers. Lots of namespace tidying up and tidying for gcc 3.1 was done.
Release Notes: This release fixes many small bugs that were found since the 0.3.0 major release. It works better behind a firewall (port binding ranges can be specified). The problems with configure failing on Red Hat systems have been fixed.
Release Notes: This release has many major changes: custom away messages, spell checking in message boxes, white pages searches (detailed, by UIN and keyword), invisibility, window indication of messages, support for authorisation requests, auto-away on idle timeouts, more user information, and the ability to retrieve and update your own user information.
Release Notes: Bugfixes for sending messages more reliably and the GNOME applet.
Release Notes: Numerous bugfixes, improved history behaviour, and definite compile support for gcc 3.0.
Release Notes: This release adds support for direct connections, history-viewing support, optional support for a GNOME applet, support for dealing with authorization requests/responses, support for fetching away messages, support for character set translation, numerous bugfixes, portability fixes (OpenBSD, gcc 3.*, sstream), and these new settings: autologin, autoraise messagebox, autopopup messagebox, autoclose messagebox, autoreconnect, logging, font selection for messagebox, and network.
Release Notes: This is an interim release before the next major release. It includes lots of bugfixes and an update to fix a change on the server side that has stopped it from logging in properly.
Release Notes: Ability to fetch basic user info from servers, history logging, GUI tweaks, and fixes for many bugs with configure not catching missing libraries.