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: Significant changes were made to the rendering back-end (storing of unprocessed logical lines), allowing display settings to act retroactively. The -n option was added to /msg. Some minor text bugs were fixed. Configuration handling was generalized with generated code. Display of timestamps (in a variety of formats) was added with /set ts and /set utc. Quiet mode was added, which suppresses many informational messages and minor diagnostics. The output from "quirc --help" is more informative.
Release Notes: In version 0.6.0, private messaging tabs were added. Version 0.6.1 fixes a crash bug with the /sort command.
Release Notes: The configuration file (.quirc) can now contain multiple servers and associated channels to auto-join on startup. Global and server-level /ignore can also be automated in this manner. New commands /left and /right were added to reposition entries on the tab strip.
Release Notes: This is the initial announcement on freshmeat. The main new feature of this release is tabs and the concomitant ability to join multiple servers and channels.