Release Notes: This release fixes a few bugs (mainly cosmetic) and adds merging of join/part/quit messages. For example, a series of consecutive joins will get merged into a single line like this: "=foo=bar=baz= have joined #metasyntactic". This is particularly useful in the event of netsplits. One problem to note is that of timestamps; the timestamp shown will be that of the most recent join (or part, or quit) in the merged block. As a workaround, quIRC refuses to merge lines whose timestamps differ by more than 5 seconds (this should be a long enough time to capture an entire netsplit event).
Release Notes: This release fixed several bugs and addsed a /ping command, which sends a CTCP ping (as well as recognising and decoding the response), and a --no-indent option to disable the hanging indent of text.
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: There is no one 'flagship' feature for this release; it just fixes plenty of bugs, including some issues with nickname tracking (e.g. for tab completion). Other changes include the '/set' command (for runtime reconfiguration) and a considerable amount of refactoring.