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  •  25 Mar 2014 22:40

Release Notes: This bugfix-only release doesn't contain new features, but fixes a few "glitches" in ngIRCd 21 which have been reported over the past few months.

  •  19 Aug 2013 23:48

Release Notes: This is a bugfix release only. Some protocol problems have been fixed, as well as building ngIRCd on Cygwin.

  •  26 Aug 2012 18:15

Release Notes: This is a bugfix release. All changes are cosmetic (typos in comments and log messages) or fixes to the build system; there have been no functional changes.

  •  26 Feb 2008 13:34

Release Notes: Some IRC protocol bugs regarding the JOIN, MODE, and WHO command have been fixed.

  •  16 Oct 2005 16:46

Release Notes: This release fixes a few bugs in 0.9.1, and enhances the reliability of the IRC daemon.

  •  24 Dec 2004 22:13

Release Notes: The build scripts were updated, some more debug code was added, and the test suite was improved.

  •  05 Feb 2004 09:17

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.

  •  19 Jul 2003 22:47

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.

  •  24 Nov 2002 11:58

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).

  •  03 Oct 2002 13:14

Release Notes: The server no longer tries to write to an already closed socket, some server messages have been fixed (dirxproxy works now), the test suite has been enhanced, and an RPM spec file has been added.

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