Release Notes: This release primary completes the transition from callback-based dispatching to event-based dispatching. Other changes include use of improved Tk support in recent (1.0.1+) versions of Twisted, fixing the "Connect at Startup" button, and a re-arrangement of the config dialog.
Release Notes: This release restructures the mechanism by which events are passed around the code, includes a few minor UI modifications (input widget grabbing focus, output widgets refusing to accept focus, and additional keybindings), and uses the Psyco JIT compiler when it is available.
Release Notes: This release adds support for telnet NAWS negotiation, underlined text, and older releases of Twisted. Bugsfixes include proper selection of the current font in the config window, ever-overlapping windows for multiple connections to the same world, and a rewrite of some of the slower parts of the ANSI parsing code.
Release Notes: This is primarily a bugfix release that includes fixes for input lost to IAC NOP sequences, a workaround for games that send incorrect line delimeters, fixes for the "Add" and "Remove" buttons on the main window, improved ANSI color support, further MCCPv2 fixes, and Help menu item fixes. Additionally, all available font families are now listed in the config window.
Release Notes: New in this release is the ability to select font type/size, disable compression, and limit scrollback history length. A status bar has been added, and the configuration dialog now allows changes to be canceled instead of committed. For those options for which it makes sense, changes are now applied immediately to existing connections.
Release Notes: This release is mainly a bugfix release. It fixes an installer issue (failed import) as well as including a missing file that caused the Help menu to work incorrectly. This release also backs out some changes to the filter code, taking it back to the simpler behavior of previous releases.
Release Notes: This release primarily fixes a crash/hang bug which occurred when stdout was unavailable to be written to. Installation directions have been added to the README, a help menu has been added, the ever-growing .OGCrc bug is fixed, and there are two new command line options (version and verbose).
Release Notes: Features added in this release include MCCPv2 Protocol and basic sound (\a) support. Also available for this release is a native Windows installer and an improved Unix install script.
Release Notes: This release improves the config file support on Windows.
Release Notes: This release adds basic trigger support using the Python language, GUI configuration, and improved escape sequence handling. Already in OGC is full ANSI color code support (including flash support), support for multiple connections, persistent world information, and separate input/output widgets.