Release Notes: This release introduces many new features including a buddy list, new key shortcuts, and channel message verification.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release, and also enables users to edit the server list. Other minor usability improvements also introduced.
Release Notes: Tabs can be switched by pressing alt+1..9 and alt+left/right. All dialogs now have a common layout. Key generation now has a progress bar. The preferences system has been rewritten and simplified. The /set command has been rewritten and is working again. The config file format has been improved. A few command line options have been added. The default config file is now installed along with other data files. Many old bugs have been fixed and new ones written. The code has been cleaned up and partially rewritten. It supports and requires the SILC Toolkit 0.9.12.
Release Notes: This release has many feature enhancements and bugfixes.
Release Notes: This version features bugfixes, new features, and new translations. Bugfixes include for the server reconnection crash, the command history crash, and a couple of other kind of crashers. New features include nickname tab- completion. There are new Hungarian and French translations.
Release Notes: Silky 0.4.2 brings new bugfixes, one new translation, and more compatibility. A Russian translation was added. The annoying scrolling bug has been fixed. Silky now builds in OpenBSD. The RPM package has been modified, and it should now be compatible with at least RedHat Linux, Fedora Core, and Mandrake. It might also work in Mac OS X.
Release Notes: This release fixes some crashing bugs and introduces new features which include new commands like /msg, /query, and /config, as well as the wanted command history. Technical improvements include a new silc.m4 file which allows Silky to be built in environments where the SILC Client Library's headers and libs have been split into separate paths. The binary RPM build now uses shared SILC Client Libraries, which are provided in the separate libsilc package. The libsilc-devel package is provided for those wanting to compile the source RPM package of Silky.
Release Notes: New features include /commands and translations for Finnish, German, Italian, and Slovakian. A Windows executable installation package and RedHat/Fedora Linux RPM binary and RPM source packages are available. A source tarball is also available.
Release Notes: A nice installer for Windows is included. Silky is now able to send and receive MIME-encoded files, such as images and sounds, to other SILC users.
Release Notes: This release introduces channel and user management functionality. The color settings has been extended, and you can now also set the background color of the client. This version uses the new 0.9.10 version of the SILC Toolkit and also requires version 0.9.14 of the SILC Server.