Release Notes: SSL, Unicode, and dynamically-loadable modules are supported.
Release Notes: Unicode support, in-proc and out-of-proc Modules, SSL, and other features were implemented.
Release Notes: Support was added for cross-process marshalling, ILog, moniker substitution, initial parents, channel timestamps, destroy(), multi-whisper, @folder, IServerEventsControl and IServerEventsSink, channel @saystring/@speechmod, lastcreate(), @adestroy, @acreate, @references, @aparent, help_executor, IQueryClient, IQuerySink for Async SQL, and chanobj(). Many bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: Dynamically-loadable modules patterned after COM were added. @hook is now allowed to work on exits, enter aliases, and leave aliases. A type-punning bug in mux_fpclass() was fixed. A hang in MUNGE() if given zero words was fixed. Various @restart scenarios between SSL and non-SSL and from 2.6 to 2.7 were fixed. The SSL/TLS engine was reworked to use a TLS-specific context for STARTTLS, rather than reusing the SSLv3 context. fun_wrap and linewrap_general were merged.
Release Notes: The UTF-8 string layer rewrite is done. Two forms of SSL (STARTTLS and separate port_ssl) were added. The output side of NT-style networking was refactored. The private use code points for Tengwar and Klingon were turned on even though these code point assignments are not official. The @eval command was added. Comtitle conversion was fixed.
Release Notes: This release adds Unicode support with the database using UTF-8 and supporting ASCII, ISO 8859-1, and UTF-8 clients. Earlier mail, comsys, and flat files versions are converted. CHARSET and NEW-ENVIRON telnet negotiations have been added, which may affect clients. PennMUSH-compatible TERMINFO() has been added to allow softcode access to the client's capabilities.
Release Notes: Firan mods, functions, commands, and configuration options were added. Bugs were fixed and performance was improved.
Release Notes: Functions, commands, telnet, and multi-character delimiters were added. Bugs were fixed and performance was improved.