InspIRCd is a fully modular IRC daemon with modular SSL (gnutls or OpenSSL), ziplinks (through zlib) support, advanced spam filters, flood controls, settable operator levels, and SQL login using PostgreSQL, MySQL, or SQLite.
|Tags||Communications Chat IRC|
|Operating Systems||Windows POSIX BSD Mac OS X Linux|
Release Notes: This is the first release in the 2.0 series and will be the starting point for the next iteration of InspIRCd. The changes are numerous and mostly focus on streamlining and upgrading the internal structure of the code to add better stability and a leaner codebase to work with. Some honorable mentions include a new build system, IPv6 reworking, new modules, enhancements to the socket engines, functionality fixes, and a lot more. This release is not recommended for production use, but aimed at those wanting to test and run the latest code and help make it stable.
Release Notes: This release fixes a crash bug in the alias module and a race condition in user quitting and some stability problems. Some minor cosmetic problems discovered since the last release were also fixed. It is highly recommended that users of 1.2.0 to upgrade to this version.
Release Notes: Several fixes were made for various bugs found since the last release, including a few memory leaks and possible crashes. Also, several minor bugs and annoyances found since the last release has been fixed and some enhancements and stability fixes were made to the socket engines. This is a recommend upgrade for all 1.1 users.
Release Notes: This is a recommended upgrade for all 1.1 users. It rolls up a number of fixes from previous 1.1 releases. A few highlights include fixes to CGI:IRC support, and modified core building for faster loading (and easier maintenance from package maintainers). A number of minor memory leaks, low risk crashes/race conditions, and minor usability fixes are also included.
No changes have been submitted for this release.