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pircd

pircd is an IRC daemon written in Perl which aims to be compatible with existing clients. It is one of the few IRC daemons with SSL support.

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  •  05 Jun 2002 20:40

    Release Notes: This release fixes a few minor bugs and adds inverse klines. If you use channel keys, please upgrade promptly.

    •  15 Dec 2000 05:26

      Release Notes: This release includes SSL Support, bugfixes, ban support, increased efficency, flood control with configurable mechanics, nick chasing, and listening on multiple ports.

      •  22 Jan 2000 06:00

        Release Notes: Lots of bug fixes, some that could crash the server: Opers can now talk in channels, /NAMES works much better, removal of extra whitespace in the protocol, and implementation of nick history, /WHOWAS, and /KILL with nick chase.

        •  04 Nov 1999 04:42

          Release Notes: Fixes for a bug that allowed users to crash the server, and ops/voice tracking on channels.

          •  26 Jun 1999 06:49

            Release Notes: This version fixes a fairly unpleasent leak caused by users disconnecting, adds K: lines, and makes other internal changes for efficency and readability.

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