Release Notes: The build scripts were updated, some more debug code was added, and the test suite was improved.
Release Notes: Ban and invite lists are kept in sync between servers now, optional support for IDENT lookups has been added, and the IRC daemon can run inside a chroot environment now.
Release Notes: A compatibility fix for mixed networks with original ircds has been added, and the optional and non-default support for TCP wrappers has been corrected.
Release Notes: A bug that could cause the server to abort when using INVITE has been fixed, and the protocol documentation has been enhanced.
Release Notes: The ability to bind the daemon to a specified IP address as well as to limit the number of possible incoming connections from a single IP address has been added. The behavior of BAN has been fixed, and minor corrections have been made.
Release Notes: In this version, a mode propagation bug between servers has been fixed, and the build system has been enhanced. GNU Hurd is now supported.
Release Notes: New IRC commands (such as CONNECT, DISCONNECT, TRACE, and HELP) have been implemented. The documentation has been enhanced, and support for TCP Wrappers and "Rendezvous" (on Mac OS X) has been added. In addition, numerous bugs have been fixed, and the build system should be more portable.
Release Notes: Bugs in the AWAY, KILL, WHOIS, and MODE functions were fixed.
Release Notes: Many bugs have been fixed and a lot of features have been added. Channel modes "l" and "k" have been implemented. server-server-links can be compressed now. The IRC commands TIME and REHASH have been added. Servers can now user asynchronous passwords to identify each other. connection-pools are fully dynamic now.
Release Notes: Bugs under A/UX, in logging, and in socket handling have been fixed. Textual user and group names can be used in ServerUID and ServerGID now (in addition to numerical IDs).