Release Notes: This release incorporates significant changes to the internals of buffer rendering. This has already made most display options retroactive (e.g., maxnicklen, nick prefixes, quiet mode) and will make further UI improvements easier. However, it's likely that a few regressions and papercuts have slipped through the testing, so this release is considered unstable.
Release Notes: This release fixes several serious bugs in 0.8.3, chiefly to do with keymapping.
Release Notes: This version can be run under non-ANSI terminals, since it uses terminfo to determine the required escape sequences. Some non-standard input keys (such as Ctrl-cursors) still default to a hard-coded string, but you can still re-map them with ~/.quirc/keys.
Release Notes: This release adds asynchronous name lookups with getaddrinfo_a(), preventing interface lockout while resolving server names. For systems without getaddrinfo_a (which is a glibc extension), the macro ASYNCH_NL in osconf.h can be used to disable its use.
Release Notes: This release fixes several bugs in the mode handling introduced in 0.8.0, and adds more mode-related features.
Release Notes: This version understands modes (mostly, anyway) and the Prefix parameter of ISUPPORT (numeric 005).
Release Notes: This release fixes several small issues, like dealing with SIGWINCH, an option to suppress setting the window title (in case you're not in an xterm), fixing some compile warnings on Fedora, and some configuration options relating to username and fullname. Support for server passwords was added, with the option --pass=<passwd> (and corresponding entries in ~/.quirc/rc).
Release Notes: This release adds configurable keymapping (ie. interpretation of escape sequences sent by the terminal) by means of the file '~/.quirc/keys'.
Release Notes: This release consists mainly of bugfixes, including some backported from openSUSE. The problems with the gitless source tarball (due to version number magic) are now fixed, as is a bug where /sort would leave a different tab selected, and an edge case where tabs could be rendered with zero width. There are also a couple of new features: Conference Mode (/set conf +) hides joins, parts, quits, etc. (which is useful for busy channels), and messages beginning with "/" can now be sent with "//".
Release Notes: The generated config code was improved, including a new generated reference table (in HTML). The /away and /afk commands were added. Some minor display glitches were fixed, as well as an error that produced spurious "read on a dead tab" messages. The rc (configuration) file was moved from ~/.quirc to ~/.quirc/rc, in preparation for scripts (which will be stored in ~/.quirc/).