Version 4.0 of lyntin

Release Notes: This version features distutils support, reordering of the directories, a refactored hook system, removal of code supporting Tintin method of variable evaluation, network- level filtering of data for MCCP and other network data modules, a new configuration system, gags support regular expressions, a bunch of new commands, and a bunch of bugfixes.

Other releases

  •  22 Nov 2003 23:24

Release Notes: This version features distutils support, reordering of the directories, a refactored hook system, removal of code supporting Tintin method of variable evaluation, network- level filtering of data for MCCP and other network data modules, a new configuration system, gags support regular expressions, a bunch of new commands, and a bunch of bugfixes.

Release Notes: This version features a re-written hook system, an overhauled UI system, an overhauled manager system, use of distutils, and drops support for the tintin evalmode, tweaks network code, adds fixes to the Tk UI and text UI, adds a new configuration system, fixes session-end handling, and includes lots of changes to make plugins easier to write and work with.

  •  06 Mar 2003 11:39

Release Notes: This release focuses mostly on code cleanup and some refactoring. It adds a new #grep command for the databuffer, a new scheduler (and #schedule command), and a #bell command. Some documentation and the session disconnect cycle have been fixed. Upgrading is recommended.

  •  11 Jan 2003 15:48

Release Notes: Fixes for the problems with telnet control code negotiation and the thread contention problems in the Tkui, better ANSI/Xterm color support, regular expressions for highlights, and some other minor fixes and changes throughout the code-base.

  •  21 Dec 2002 20:28

Release Notes: This is a complete re-write from the original 2.x code base. It has been in development for some 14 months now. Users of previous versions are recommended to upgrade to this new version.

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